Telework has reigned in many companies in recent months and is expected to continue or increase until the global health problem is solved. Working from home is not synonymous with business digitalisation, in fact, many companies have had to do it on the go to avoid compromising 100% of their activities.
However, both businesses and society at large need to improve their digital skills. According to the DESI data for 2020, "The Spanish population is not sufficiently skilled in basic digital skills: only 57% of the population between the ages of 16 and 74 has such skills, compared to 72% in Sweden".
Much remains to be done in this regard, and training is an essential element for progress in this area. Both young people and working professionals must continually learn new digital skills in order to keep up with the latest technological solutions.
It is not enough for a company to incorporate technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Blockchain or others, if it does not have qualified personnel for measuring, analysing and redesigning solutions or assessing the usefulness of a solution.
The report of Adigital -the Spanish Association of Digital Economy- made in June 2020, recommends, among other things, the implementation of a digital education plan and the development of a training and technology plan for workers. Regarding those plans, the Bisite Research Group and the University of Salamanca offer several degrees oriented to the training in new technologies, such as:
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