New study published by the European Commission underlines the importance of pursuing technological openness for the future Ubiquitous Information Society

What does the future of a connected Information Society look like and how should we prepare our overall ICT strategy and related policies to become the globally leading knowledge society? On 7th of December 2009, the Commission made public some key policy considerations to these difficult questions by presenting the final results of a study of the evolution of the connected future information society and promising policy choices. The study projects the economic, societal and business model impact of expected technology trends which underpin the emerging ‘Ubiquitous Connected Society’. Based on this assessment it suggests policy issues and considerations for the post i2010 strategy. More

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