By Vijay GanesanPublished November 01, 2018 12:01:27The next wave of the global IT revolution is coming.
With the advent of cloud computing and virtualization, the possibilities are limitless.
But the current era of digital innovation is changing the way businesses do business.
And, if you want to understand what’s coming next, you need to go back to India.
As India prepares to host the first International IT Expo in 2021, a major event that will showcase the latest innovations and business models, I spoke to people from India and abroad who have a direct stake in this industry.
The Indian IT Industry in 2021: What you need the experts to knowTo be a successful business in India, you have to have a competitive advantage and an efficient business model.
This means a strong business network and an ability to generate revenue.
These are two fundamental pillars that every Indian IT company needs to have.
So what is the Indian government doing to prepare the country for the next wave?
One of the big initiatives that the government is taking is to create a ‘digital ecosystem’ and ‘digital hub’.
It will give a digital identity to the Indian people.
This will be a mechanism for companies to identify each other and set up contact details for each other.
This is an idea that has been gaining traction in the last two years.
A number of tech giants have already set up digital hubs across the country.
A key element of this is the creation of a ‘Digital India’, which will be the backbone of the digital economy.
We have already seen how this can make a big difference for Indian startups and startups in the US, UK, France and Australia.
So how does the government intend to harness this digital ecosystem?
A number will come from the IT Ministry, but the real focus is on creating an ecosystem for the digital industries.
The idea is to make it easy for businesses to access information, connect with people, create opportunities, and even provide a platform for a shared identity.
For this, the ministry will create a central portal called ‘Digital Indians’ that will be able to be accessed by all businesses, from all over the country, with the same ease as a bank account.
The ministry is also hoping to use this portal to promote digital commerce.
In a country of around 80 million people, there are many people who cannot afford a smartphone or a laptop.
The government will ensure that every business is able to connect with the digital India and create a seamless digital experience.
There will also be a push towards ‘Digital Citizenship’ – this means that a digital citizen will be registered with the government, and will be required to complete an online registration.
This will be an essential element of the Digital India project.
If people have a digital footprint, then they can connect with their digital family, businesses and institutions.
This would also be one of the first steps in the digitisation of the workforce.
As more and more people work from home, there will be greater opportunities for digitalisation and the creation and sharing of digital data.
This would allow people to be productive, connected and empowered.
The idea is that every citizen can be digitally connected to their digital network.
Digital citizenship is a key part of this Digital India plan.
It will allow every citizen to be digitally linked with their local community and to their local business.
This is the way to transform the Indian economy and the digital future for all.
But what is all this about?
What does it mean for businesses?
For a lot of companies, this is a big question mark.
The Indian IT sector has been a slow-growing sector for the past five years.
The average annual growth rate in this sector has fallen to about 5 percent in 2017.
The industry’s growth has stalled in recent years, especially when compared to other emerging markets.
The sector is one of India’s largest, with over 2,000 IT-related companies.
In 2017, the sector employed over 13 million people and employs more than 4 million people across India.
In 2019, it will have only around 10 percent of its workforce.
The government is hopeful that this digitisation will change that, and to encourage more startups and small businesses to open up in India.
However, the problem is that many of these small and medium enterprises are just starting out and may not have the resources to take on a new business model like the Indian one.
For them, this could mean a loss of profits.
This might also mean that some of the companies that have already invested will not be able for a long time to grow.
So the focus of the government on digital citizenship and ‘Digital Citizens’ will be to create more opportunities for these companies to succeed.
What will be important to understand about the Digital Indians initiative is that it will be run through a national programme, the Digital Citizenship and Digital Citizens Development Programme.
The focus of this programme will be on creating a digital ecosystem, where businesses can connect and exchange data.
The aim of this will be for