How many billions of the European Recovery Fund will be allocated to digitisation? We’ll find out soon enough.
Tomorrow, in fact, the Government will present the .Linee guide for the definition of the National Plan for Recovery and Resilience, document with which it defines the objectives to be achieved with the investment of 209 billion foreseen for Italy from the
It is known that the plan consists of six guidelines, or clusters, among which stands out, in the first place, the digitization, combined with innovation.
The digital theme is followed by those concerning the green revolution and ecological transition, mobility infrastructure, education and training, equity, social and territorial inclusion and health.
It is known that the elements of the plan cover all sectors of the national economy.
As regards digitisation, the guidelines tend to the widest possible connection of the population with the overcoming of the digital divide and concern the computerization of the public administration, the completion of the national fibre optic network, further interventions for the development of 5G networks, strengthening of the cy
The objectives of digitisation are those of the guidelines on green economy (transport decarbonisation, improvement of energy efficiency of buildings, investments in circular economy), sustainable mobility, training (digitisation of education and cabling in the European Union) and the European Union’s external dimension. In sum, clusters must work to implement equity and social and territorial inclusion, with labour policies and youth employment.
Digitalization of PA with cloud and data center
In the intentions of the executive, the consequences of the implementation of the plan will have to be a doubling of the annual growth rate of the national economy, to be in line with the European average of.6%, and an increase of ten percentage points of the employment rate, also here
This is undoubtedly an opportunity not to be missed for the digital revival of the country, which has been relegated to the last posts in indicators relating to the digital transformation of Europe for too long.
In particular, it is on the cloud that a significant part of the future technology will be played, as evidenced by research conducted by Microsoft and The European House
The study, presented at the recent conference in Cernobbio, calculated that against a process of modernisation and optimization of public administration data centers enabled by the adoption of cloud solutions, it is possible to generate savings of up to 1.2 billion euros per year.
The high costs of transition to the cloud are the first obstacle to the implementation of this technology for 32.1% of the companies that have adopted it, which rises to 42.9% if we consider the only Pmi.
If the Italian SMEs reached the UK’s cloud adoption level • the most advanced country in Europe • would grow by an average of 0.22% year-on-year, vs. a 0.4% growth recorded in