International Telecommunication Union
A growing number of governments now benchmark the status of broadband in their national broadband plans.
This toolkit provides stakeholders with guidance on developing a digital skills strategy. It is intended for policymakers, along with partners in the private sector, non-governmental organizations, and academia.
"I’m taking everybody’s privacy away!” Robert Scoble, Entrepreneur in Residence at Upload VR, declared during his Centre Stage debate at Web Summit 2016.
International Telecommunication Union's flagship annual Measuring the Information Society Report reports that the world is getting more and more connected and reveals that there are still huge investment opportunities for the private sector to co
A range of policy options are available to maximize access to broadband and to maximize its benefits. Policymakers must regularly review and revise regulatory frameworks to encourage the development of broadband and ICTs.
An Indian government-funded project to provide 2G mobile coverage to unserved areas in India’s North-East Region received no bids from telecom operators.
“Sometimes Europeans see that we have good phones and ask, ‘Why does a refugee have a phone?’ These phones are like our visas. If we lose our phones, we lose our lives.”
-- Boutros, a Syrian refugee
The 2016 State of Broadband Report published by the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development offers plenty of good news, data, and insights on the deployment of broadband worldwide and developments in the next generation of mobile broadban
On September 15, the United Nations Broadband Commission issued the latest edition of its flagship State of Broadband report, a unique global snapshot of broadband network access and affordability, with country-by country data measuring broadband
India has overtaken the United States to become the world's second largest Internet market, with 333 million users, trailing China's 721 million.