In the Networked Society, connectivity is the starting point for new ways of innovating, collaborating and socializing. With the Networked Society Essentials, you can explore how this connectivity is creating freedom, empowerment and opportunities that are transforming our world.
Ericsson’s Networked Society City Index provides an inspiring contribution to urban development around the world. The 2014 index examines and ranks 40 world cities, providing a framework for measuring ICT maturity in relation to social, economic and environmental progress.
Patrik Regårdh, Head of Ericsson's Networked Society Lab, discusses the results from the latest edition of the Networked Society City Index.
New ICT-related services are radically changing the business landscape for many industries. As we take a look at these industries in transformation, we will explore how the combined forces of IT and telecoms are disrupting traditional ways of thinking, giving rise to new products and services, as well as improvements in efficiency. The question isn’t whether your industry will be transformed, but how soon it will happen.
Today, more people live in cities than in rural areas, and by 2050, about 70 percent of the world’s population is expected to reside in urban areas.
By transforming our cities, we can improve the lives of billions of people along with the health and future of the planet itself.
Working life is changing for millions of people around the world. Mobile and digital technologies are expanding into more and more areas of society, business and private life. They are changing the way businesses are organized, as well as how we work, collaborate and share. What areas are changing and what trends do we see?
As technology continues to transform our society, those responsible for our current systems of learning and education are facing overwhelming pressure to adapt.
Education technology, connected learning and the rise of the Networked Society are transforming the established concept of learning, teachers’ roles and even the nature of knowledge itself.
In the Networked Society, Ericsson is the leading advocate of Technology for Good. By using broadband to address poverty, human rights, climate change and other challenges, we want to ensure our technology is a force for lasting, positive change.