Dragana Trifkovic, Director of the Center for Geostrategic Studies at the International Economic Forum in Yalta
Digital economy is the term that emerged in the nineties of the 20th century as a revolutionary idea of how the internet could change the business. It is defined as an economy based on digital technologies, including digital communications networks (the Internet, private value-added networks, etc.) computers, software and other related information technologies. It is a convergence of computer technology and telecommunications through the Internet. Digital networking and communication infrastructures provide a global platform where people and organizations interact, communicate, collaborate and search for information.