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Global Digital Economy - The Crucial Role of E-Health, E-Government and E-Education

Global Digital Economy - The Crucial Role of E-Health, E-Government and E-Education


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Executive Summary

Our future rests on E-health and E-education

With the rise of digital platforms, the world is rapidly changing. In newspaper and book publishing, TV and radio, film, music, and other forms of media, we see that the walls that protected organisations within traditional models are crumbling. Yet, despite the obvious need to move with the times, many professionals and organisations are still grappling with the digital economy and questioning the impact it will have on them – or, even worse, are ignorant about it. In many cases, their own consumers are well ahead of them. The public sector is also seriously affected; it should learn from the problems in other areas, especially book and newspaper publishing. Healthcare and education are classic examples here.

Throughout the world, a significant portion of GDP is spent on healthcare. New technologies are increasing life expectations and improving our lifestyle. The cost of this, however, is enormous and it is difficult to finance these huge advancements through the public health systems. BuddeComm believes that the alternative to not embracing e-health is to accept a significantly inferior healthcare service in the future. Countries that are lagging in broadband infrastructure developments are going to face, not just a telecoms dilemma – but, more importantly, they are going to face a health crisis.

In countries with a clear policy for an advanced broadband infrastructure (i.e. National Broadband Networks/NBN), we see e-health emerging to allow us to enjoy these advances in medical technology at more affordable costs. On truly high-speed broadband networks, E-health is rapidly shaping up as one of the key killer apps. Millions of people around the world can potentially benefit from e-health applications. Cost savings through e-health are expected to be between 10% and 20% of total healthcare costs.

Education is another sector where digital economy plays a vital role. The use of IT and telecommunications technology within educational environments is set to increase dramatically as high-speed fibre-based broadband becomes more widely available. Simultaneously, the capability of internet services devoted to distance education is set to increase enormously over the next decade as well.

With smartphones and other mobile devices proliferating around the world, people are finding more and more uses for these tools that have become practically an extension of the self. In health and education, the use of mobile devices opens up unforetold possibilities. Without a doubt, the future of the world is tied to this small revolutionary tool, which has radically changed the way we think and interact with our environment. The potential of mobile devices is staggering – they are with us everywhere, able to provide performance support, knowledge checking, real-time diagnosis, medical recordings, and countless other services.

Critical elements for the future of the global digital economy include Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Big Data. Without a doubt, there is much interest throughout the world in the M2M market. But what we are seeing is only what is happening on the surface. Most of the M2M activities are taking place unnoticed. As for Big Data, despite its potential advantages (particularly in the healthcare sector), there are still concerns surrounding privacy. While the Big Data that is floating around somewhere in clouds is becoming increasingly critical to business operations, very few companies have a good understanding of where their data is at any given time.

Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

 

1. The Social and Economic Impact of the Digital Revolution

1.1 The digital economy what is at stake for you?

1.2 Advertising important to media industry

1.3 Collapse of the traditional media industry

1.4 Market insights

1.4.1 From calls to applications

1.4.2 Expect delays and roadblocks

1.4.3 Fragmentation, consolidation, mergers and acquisitions

1.4.4 Where are the new opportunities?

1.4.5 Think international

1.4.6 Media and Telco's adapting business to the new Digital Economy

1.4.7 Copyright and the Internet back in the Spotlight

1.5 Whatever happened to media convergence?

1.5.1 Convergence substitution

1.5.2 New business models for media content required

1.6 Media companies need to disaggregate and rebuild

1.6.1 Brand key in online media

1.7 The challenges for newspaper publishing

1.8 Brief case study: The book publishing industry

1.8.1 Digital e-readers/e-books

1.9 The anomaly of the mass media

1.9.1 Analysis of media trends

1.9.2 Digital and Mobile Media Apps, Social Networks, Entertainment and Gaming

2. Global E-Health and M-Health Market

2.1 E-Health and M-Health Insights and Statistics

2.1.1 Healthcare next sector on the block for e-transformation

2.1.2 E-health

2.1.3 The disruptive e-healthcare market has arrived!

2.1.4 Healthcare is a massive global industry

2.1.5 Key market directions

2.1.6 Healthcare analysis no outcome, no income'

2.1.7 M-Health

2.1.8 Privacy and security a key concern

2.2 Examples of E-Health Projects, Applications and Initiatives

2.2.1 Introduction

2.2.2 Examples of projects and applications

2.2.3 Conclusion: There simply is no alternative to e-health

3. Global E-Education and E-Learning Market

3.1 E-education

3.1.1 E-education statistics

3.1.2 Self-Paced E-Learning (SPEL)

3.1.3 Learning Management Systems (LMSs)

3.1.4 Corporate e-learning

3.2 Education system will hit economic crisis point

3.2.1 Education is not keeping up with social changes

3.2.2 Economic costs will force the system to change

3.2.3 Governments will be forced to stop costs spiralling out of control

3.3 What is happening with e-education?

3.3.1 Education transformation will guide e-learning

3.3.2 Internet media companies moving the sector forward

3.3.3 Self-learning in developing economies

3.3.4 Gamification

3.3.5 Schools as platforms for individual learning

3.4 Tele-education the quiet achiever

3.5 E-education: part of smart, trans-sector community

3.5.1 Mobile learning

3.5.2 Cloud computing and e-education

3.5.3 Tele-presence and e-education

3.5.4 Skype in the classroom

3.5.5 Off-net video in the medical field

3.5.6 E-learning and Open Source

3.5.7 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

3.5.8 Virtual worlds for education

3.5.9 Crowdsourcing

3.6 Digital education approaching reality

3.7 E-government

3.7.1 Web-based government

3.7.2 Benefits of e-government

3.7.3 Barriers to e-government

3.7.4 Fibre key to e-government

4. M2M and Big Data to Play an Important Role

4.1 2014: touted as the year of M2M, but ...

4.1.1 M2M hype and reality

4.1.2 M2M and connected devices

4.2 Internet of Things' (IoT)

4.2.1 The Internet of Things will thrive by 2025

4.3 Who will dominate the IoT market?

4.3.1 IoT standardisation developments

4.4 Telcos and the science of Big Data

4.4.1 How to manage and secure Big Data

4.4.2 Privacy a key issue for Big Data

4.5 From SCaDa to IoT

4.6 Sensors

4.6.1 Sensor applications for a smarter world

4.6.2 Micro-electronic-mechanical devices

4.6.3 Nanotechnology

4.6.4 Commercial IoT products

4.7 Radio-frequency identification (RFID)

4.7.1 RFID a business revolution

4.7.2 Rapidly maturing technology

4.7.3 Spectrum allocation

4.8 Application examples

4.8.1 OpenFlow the programmable network revolution

4.8.2 Behavioural Attitudinal Geolocation

4.8.3 Deep Packet Inspection (DPI)

4.8.4 Cloud Computing an essential element of the Internet of Things

4.8.5 Ubiquitous Complex Event Processing (U-CEP)

4.8.6 Cognitive computing

4.8.7 Wireless Networks

4.8.8 Smart grids

4.8.9 Cosm

4.8.10 Smartphones

4.8.11 e-entertainment

4.8.12 IPv6

4.8.13 Opportunistic computing

4.8.14 E-Science

5. Regional Overviews

5.1 North America

5.1.1 USA

5.1.2 Canada

5.2 Latin America

5.2.1 Case studies Argentina

5.2.2 Case studies - Brazil

5.3 Europe

5.3.1 E-Health developments

5.3.2 ePrescriptions

5.3.3 Telemedicine

5.4 Africa

5.4.1 Tracking Ebola

5.4.2 Ubuntu Alliance

5.4.3 GSM promoting mHealth solutions

5.4.4 USAID and local MNOs supporting mHealth

5.4.5 Case study South Africa

5.4.6 Case study Uganda

5.4.7 Case study Nigeria

5.4.8 Case study Kenya

5.5 Middle East

5.5.1 Overview

5.5.2 E-Government

5.5.3 E-Education

5.5.4 E-Health

5.6 Asia

5.6.1 Overview

5.7 Pacific Region

5.7.1 Australia

5.7.2 New Zealand

 

Chart 1 Health expenditure ratios selected countries 2009 - 2011

Chart 2 Global investment in e-government 2010 - 2016

Exhibit 1 Statistical snapshot of e-books

Exhibit 2 Price fixing allegations

Exhibit 3 Snapshot of health care spending around the world

Exhibit 4 Video consultancy covered by Australian Medicare

Exhibit 5 Advantages of e-health

Exhibit 6 Examples of popular health related websites

Exhibit 7 Use of the internet for health information among French young adults

Exhibit 8 Quality of healthcare information on YouTube

Exhibit 9 Digital healthcare appointment systems

Exhibit 10 BuddeComm insights on m-health

Exhibit 11 Healthcare monitoring for the elderly

Exhibit 12 mPowering Frontline Health Workers

Exhibit 13 E-Health project examples

Exhibit 14 South Korea: stimulating broadband by spending on e-education

Exhibit 15 Sample of e-learning ASP market participants

Exhibit 16 A shared vision of the future of education

Exhibit 17 Advantages of e-learning

Exhibit 18 Top 20 most popular Learning Management Systems (LMSs)

Exhibit 19 Connect To Learn

Exhibit 20 New Media Consortium (NMC)

Exhibit 21 Examples of open source e-learning projects

Exhibit 22 Definition: E-Government

Exhibit 23 Examples of Web 2.0 tools available to governments

Exhibit 24 Examples of common web based e-government applications

Exhibit 25 Open Government Partnership (OGP)

Exhibit 26 The first major M2M alliances

Exhibit 27 The OneM2M initiative

Exhibit 28 RFID spectrum frequencies and application examples

Exhibit 29 Smart shopping

Exhibit 30 Lifetime customer relationships

Exhibit 31 Many Eyes e-science web site example

Exhibit 32 GigaPort3

Exhibit 33 Top 10 e-government countries in Asia - 2014

Exhibit 34 South Korea rankings in UN global e-government survey: - 2008; 2010; 2012; 2014

Exhibit 35 South Korea e-government stages: 1980s present

 

Table 1 Global media ad spending 2012 - 2016

Table 2 Top ten countries for media ad spending per person 2012 - 2014

Table 3 Global digital ad spending 2012 - 2016

Table 4 Global advertising spending market share by major types 2012 - 2014

Table 5 Most popular formats for receiving news in the USA 2013

Table 6 Growth of e-reader sales 2009 - 2015

Table 7 Health expenditure ratios selected countries 2009 - 2011

Table 8 Global e-learning market value 2010; 2012; 2015; 2018; 2020

Table 9 Self-Paced E-Learning market by region 2013; 2016

Table 10 M-Learning market by region 2013; 2016

Table 11 Global investment in e-government 2010 - 2016

Table 12 Global M2M connections 2010 - 2014

Table 13 Global spending on Big Data 2013; 2018

Table 14 Singapore's ICT industry revenue 2012 - 2013

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