NZ scores another middling rating for IT readiness

NZ trails Australia and Estonia but heads off France and Belgium

New Zealand has placed 22nd in a global study of network readiness undertaken by the World Economic Forum.

The Networked Readiness Index measures the ability of countries to leverage ICT opportunities and maps the enabling factors of such capacity including the regulatory environment, government leadership and vision and among others.

Denmark topped the rankings, with the US in seventh and the UK in ninth positions. Australia took 15th spot while New Zealand trailed Estonia and Ireland but pipped France and Belgium.

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