Yesterday, i read an article which appeared to leak a preview of the long-awaited National Digital Strategy for Scotland (updated).
I really do hope that i am 'jumping the gun' here but the article did raise alarm bells for me.
Based on comments from a Government spokesperson, it appears that the updated strategy will focus on four main areas - a commitment to data sharing; collaboration across the public sector; the appointment of a Digital Leader; and industry, academia, government collaboration on the digital agenda.
Is that it? Is that our National Digital Strategy?
For the sake of the Scottish economy, employment and future competitveness, i really do hope that i am wrong here.