BVDW criticises German govt digital agenda

Tuesday 29 July 2014 | 10:18 CET | News
German digital economy federation BVDW has criticised the first draft of the federal government's digital agenda for lacking concrete plans. Factors critical to success, such as data security measures and digital infrastructure plans, were not addressed sufficiently, it said. The BVDW took a positive view of the plans to turn the national IT summit into a platform for digital agenda action.

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