In the race to go digital, businesses judge India’s Silicon Valley Bangalore the best host among 45 cities worldwide. Business leaders in Bangalore, now called Bengaluru, expressed the highest confidence in their digital environment based on people and skills, financial environment, innovation and entrepreneurship, new technology development, and ICT infrastructure, according to a report from the Economic Intelligence Unit, published Tuesday.
“India’s cities may suffer more than most from infrastructure deficits, pollution, poverty and other ills, but when it comes to the environment for digital transformation, their executives are remarkably optimistic,” analysts led by Denis McCauley wrote in the report. “By contrast, developed cities account for eight of the 10 lowest readings in the barometer.”
San Francisco came in second followed by two other Indian cities Mumbai and New Delhi while Tokyo, Yokohama and Berlin brought up the rear. Most in demand are people with skills in digital security, according to the report, followed by big data analytics. These beat demand for cloud computing skills, social media, and artificial intelligence. Read More…
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