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The State of Digital (Scotland) Survey, 2012

State of Digital Scotland Survey 2012Energise 2-0, in partnership with the Scottish Council for Development and Industry, University of Strathclyde Business School, Kube Networks and Eureka Solutions, are undertaking a ‘State of Digital (Scotland) Survey, 2012′. Survey results will be benchmarked against similar studies undertaken in other countries.

The overall aim of the survey is to:

  • Evaluate the progress made by Scottish companies in their use of Digital Technologies
  • Determine the gaps and areas of improvement for the main audiences of the survey
  • Support policy development in this area
  • Monitor progress and identify changes in behaviour and impact over time. The survey will be repeated on an annual basis

Initial results will be presented during the Keynote Session at ‘Digital Glasgow’, Glasgow for Business Week.

We would like to invite Scottish businesses, the public sector and Not-for-Profit organisations to participate in the survey. It should take no longer than five minutes to complete.  All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence. No reference will be made to individuals or individual companies in any published results.

You can access ‘The State of Digital (Scotland) Survey’ here - https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/stateofdigital

We thank you, in advance, for your cooperation in the survey.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us if you have any queries at this stage.

Take care

Dr. Jim Hamill and Alan Stevenson

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  • http://www.itfact.co.uk Jackie Hitchen

    Hi there. Just listened to your podcast via Eureka Solutions site I really enjoyed!! it. I have just became self employed about 2 weeks ago after working in FE for a good number of years as an IT lecturer and then more recently as a VLE Administrator. In order to go self employed I thought I’d need to have a website which I created/ populated using a template. I knew I would also need to have Twitter and Facebook pages/accounts. I am in the process of creating a google + and linkedin pages too. I have been researching various organisations to make them aware of my services and have noticed a distinct lack of social media links on their sites. I have also created a short survey asking about types of services etc. using surveymonkey, I have also added (hidden at the moment) community forum to my site (was hoping to aim this at academic staff in FE and HE) to support them with using and adding content to their VLE courses however, could use it for providing other types of support. I didn’t bother too much before with Facebook and Twitter but realised that this is paramount (just not got many followers yet – any tips?) I feel all social media should be explored and utilised to its full potential as well as blogs, forums, chatrooms and surveys, this would allow businesses to gain new clients/business and be more in touch with existing customers. The great thing about all of the social media etc. is that they are free!

  • Jim Hamill

    Thanks for your comments Jackie. Hope the new venture goes well. Take care. Jim H