Digital Agenda Scoreboard - country presentation for Italy
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  • 1. Digital Agenda Scoreboard 2013: Italy
  • 2. Basic broadband for all by 2013 Standard fixed broadband* availability adding wireless, EU coverage is 99.97% *xDSL, Cable, FTTP and WiMax; Source: Point Topic 2
  • 3. At least 30 Mbps for all by 2020 NGA* availability (54% of EU homes) But only 12% of EU rural areas are covered * Next Generation Access (NGA): VDSL, Cable Docsis 3.0 and FTTP; Source: Point Topic 3
  • 4. Fixed broadband take-up Fixed broadband lines penetration in the EU 28.8% (lines as a % of population) (equivalent to 72.5% of EU homes subscribing to broadband) Source: Communications Committee 4
  • 5. Share of High-speed broadband 20% of EU fixed broadband subscriptions are NGA Source: Communications Committee 5
  • 6. Fixed broadband lines by speed 14.8% of EU fixed broadband subscriptions are at least 30 Mbps and 3.4 % at least 100 Mbps Source: Communications Committee 6
  • 7. 22% of Europeans have never used the Internet, 70% are regular Internet users (at least once a week) (2012) Source: Eurostat 7
  • 8. Levels of computer skills (2012) Source: Eurostat Moreover: in 2011, only 53% of European labour force judged their computer or Internet skills to be sufficient if they were to look for a job or change job within a year (Eurostat). 8
  • 9. ICT Professionals Source: Empirica calculations based on Eurostat Labour Force Survey, 2011 9
  • 10. Difficulties in recruiting ICT professionals 40% of EU Enterprises that recruited ICT specialists, had difficulties in filling IT vacancies Source: Eurostat 10
  • 11. Citizens engaging in eCommerce (domestic & cross border) (% of all citizens, 2012) Source: Eurostat 11
  • 12. eCommerce: SMEs selling online (% of all SMEs, 2012) Source: Eurostat 12
  • 13. eGovernment •Electronic interaction by citizens* with public authorities (2012) Source: Eurostat *Citizens aged between 25 and 54 Source: Eurostat 13
  • 14. eGovernment Take-up of eGovernment by SMEs (2012) While most large enterprises already use eGovernment services the take-up by SMEs is slow Source: Eurostat 14
  • 15. To find out more visit www.ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/scoreboard 15