Digital technologies are becoming an important instrument for reducing the epidemic. Many governments, companies and societies are learning how to use them. The problem, however, is the lack of prior benchmarks which could be invoked, as well as barriers of an ethical and social nature.
A large percentage of banks will have to face the threats resulting from the dynamic processes of digitization in conditions of a global economic crisis. This will force them to transform their traditional business models.
Croatian Minister of Economy Darko Horvat announced that this year the government will abolish more than 300 administrative processes that undermine entrepreneurs’ procedures and will save more than HRK600m.
At the end of July 2018, the Russian daily Kommersant informed about a draft of legislation that, if approved, would oblige smartphone and computer producers in Russia to pre-install domestically developed software and applications.
First there was the steam engine, then electricity, then automation, and now, increasingly, the internet and big data. The difficulty in the case of Poland is that the third industrial revolution still hasn't really settled in.