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The digital revolution sees Africans working on technology and network connections to increase their efficiency.
Africans are already known for their hard work the world over, and with newer improved techniques and strategies that is sure to improve productivity, the GDP of African nations are sure to grow manifold in the next decade. The only question is how they would adopt to the new technology to bring in the enormous growth in the continent.
How is Digital Revolution the Answer for Africa? The digital revolution will not only help the continent to develop but also prove itself in the globe, in turn giving a tough competition to global leaders. In fact, the digital revolution will help in improving the infrastructure and educational facilities in African nations, driving in employment, with more opportunities.
The fact that African nations are focusing on harnessing new technology is indeed a welcome sign.
The digital revolution includes everything from Big Data to IoT and the cloud, and if African nations could focus on them, the returns are huge. If you look back at the few centuries, it is technology that has driven the world forward, and nations on their road to prosperity.
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The digital revolution will bring in a new life to African industries and fade out all the traditional methods. The new methods are going to be effective and efficient and will help Africa be ready to transform and willing to enter the digital world.
Africa is focused on improving its human resource skills to ensure it creates its own niche in the global market.
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