Digital Economies

The digital economy is the economic activity that results from billions of everyday online connections among people, businesses, devices, data, and processes. The backbone of the digital economy is hyperconnectivity which means growing interconnectedness of people, organisations, and machines that results from the Internet, mobile technology and the internet of things (IoT).

The digital economy is taking shape and undermining conventional notions about how businesses are structured; how firms interact; and how consumers obtain services, information, and goods.

In the digital economy, all customers – business-to-business as well as business-to-consumer alike – want to interact with businesses when and where they want and in a fashion that is most convenient for them, while the future of work requires flexible, global enterprise organisations to manage dynamic ecosystems of talent and enable next-generation digital business processes, even when distributed across various places and time zones.

The impact of Covid upon the gaming community.

9 July 2023

With the impact of lockdown came the abundance of digital communities. An intersting read from the Guardian.

InGAME EIA Assessment Funded by AHRC

8 July 2023

InGAME is one of nine Creative Industries Cluster Programmes established by the Arts and Humanities Research Council in 2018. Its purpose is to increase the scale and value of the Dundee video games cluster through collaborative research and development. It […]