Sharing economy is an umbrella term for an emerging form of economy in which tangible and intangible resources are shared using digital platforms.
Internet search engines such as Google Search are well-known examples of digital platforms. These platforms act as matchmakers between different market actors, e. g. connecting internet users with website operators and advertisers.
An economy that is exclusively or primarily based on digital products and services is referred to as digital.
Digital skills describes the knowledge and skills required for the use of information and communication technology as well as digital media.
Digital Health encompasses all applications and measures based on the potential of modern information and communication technologies (ICT).
In the fourth industrial revolution, computerised machines communicate via the internet and along the entire value chain in order to independently self-organise.
Intellectual property describes independent intellectual goods that are protected in such a comprehensive way by the legal system that their owner can prevent their use by others.
eLearning (electronic learning), meaning computer-based learning, is understood as teaching and learning with the help of various digital media.
A business model is called digital if digital technologies fundamentally influence how a company does business and generates revenue.
Nowadays, agility refers to a new form of project and organisational management that was originally conceived for software development.