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Summary of ICT White Paper 2014

Cat: ECO
Pub: 2014
#1501b
Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communications (MIC)
15130u/18117r
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Summary of ICT White Paper 2014

情報通信白書 2014

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>Top 0. Introduction:

 

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>Top 1. Mobile phone and Internet penetration:

  • Mobile phone penetration in 2012: 89.5%
  • Internet penetration in 2012: 35.4%

Mobile penetration 2012:

mobilepenetration

Internet penetration 2012:

internetpenetration

>Top 2. Mobile Money Services:

Trend of Mobile money services:

mobilemoneyservice

>Top 3. Comparision of ICT Investment:

  • Robert Solow's Paradox: in 1980s, productivity gains were negligible despite ICT investment.
    • Today, many reports have confirmed that ICT does in fact increase productivity and contribute economic growth.
  • Japanese ICT investment levels are lower than those of EU and US.
    • Japan was exceeded by US and UK from 1990, and by Germany from 2000.
Trend of ICT Investment:

ICT_investment

>Top 4. Relationship of investment on ICT or Organizational change - HRD:

  • ICT is a growth engine for Japan and further ICT usage is imperative.
  • ICT (low)+Organizational change & HRD (high) is more effective than ICT (high)+Orgainzaional change & HRD (low)
organization_humancapital

ICTcontributedProfit

>Top 5. ICT Growth Straegy II:

  • Japan should seek to:
    1. Creation of new and innovative industries.
    2. The world's afest and most disaster-resilient society.
    3. One-stop public services for anyone and from anywhere at any time.

ICTgrowthstrategyII

>Top 6. Roadmap for broadcasting:

  • 4K broadcasts started in Jun. 2014 as the first step toward 4K and 8K of ultra HDTV.
  • 8K braodcasts will start from 2016.

broadcast_development

>Top 7. Major players in ICT industries:

  • Japanese major ICT related companies: Sales as of Mar. 2014 ($B):
    Hitachi 96; Sony 78; Panasonic 77; Softbank 67; Toshiba 65; DoCoMo 45; KDDI 43; Fujitsu 48; KDDI 43; Mitsubishi-Elec 41; NEC 30; Sharp 29; NTTData 13
  • World major ICT related companies; Sales in ($B):
    Samsung 224; Apple 176; AT&T 133; Verizon 124; IBM 103; Amazon 77; MS 65; Google 62; Cisco 50; Ericsson 36; Oracle 28; SAP24; Kokia 18
  • Overseas expansion by Japanese ICT industry:
    1. Electrical devices 61.2%
    2. ICT devices 59.5%
    3. Precision devices 56.4%
    4. Information services; 39.5%
    5. Communications: 39.3%
  • Major player of ICT industries

shareofICTindustry

 

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ICTcompetitivenessrankingWEF

  • Strength and weaknesses of Japanese companies:
    • Strength:
      1) Functionality and quality of products & services.
    • Weakness:
      1) Price competitiveness
      2) Speed of decision making

>Top 8. ICT International Competitiveness Enhancement: (Jun. 2014)

  • Japan stands at a a historical crossroads as fara sa sustainable growth. The report visions by 2020:
    1. To aim knowledge-driven & information-driven nation (Smart Japan)
    2. To stimulate ICT international expansion by public-rivate coopeartion.
    3. To encompass infrastructure, disaster management, content, medical care, education, resources, e-Government, and financing. (Keywords: safety, security, & hosipitality)
    4. To promote industry, government, and academia collaboration. (all-Japan)
    5. To encourage VC; to establish ICT showcases (Japan brand); to develop ICT personnel.
    6. Numerical target of overseas sales in ICT field; ¥17.5T ($175B) by 2020 (5 times more than 2012)

8.

Outlook of globalization by ICT Industry %
Exports 31.3
Investment: 100% 21.6
Investment:50%-99% 18.4
Investment: <50% 12.8

>Top 9. Value generated by big data:

  • Soaring volume of digital big data: 1.8 zettabytes in 2011 to 40 zettabytes in 2020.
  • Due to proliferation of social media and cloud services. And wearable devices and M2M and IoT technology.
  • Deviecs long considered unrelated to communicaions are expectd to becom entwinde with communcations generating massiv data.
  • Most common responses of big data:
    1. don't know howo to use data.
    2. no internal system to analyze and use data
    3. difficult to assess the cost benefit ration of data use
    4. costs to analyze and use data
    5. data sets are scattered and difficult to analyze.

Increase of big data:

  • 13.5 exabytes in 2013:

bigdata

9. Type of Big Data: (%)

Info. on customer 50.2
Accounting info. 42.8
Documentation, logs 41.7
Transaction records (POS...) 33.8
Statistical info. 19.0
Image info. 14.7
Credit info. 14.3
Various system logs 13.5
Website content (own) 13.2
Questionnaire data 12.3
Website visit logs 12.3
Experiment record 11.4
Website content (company) 7.4
Data from sensor 5.3
GPS info. 3.2
Twitter on Facebook 2.9

>Top 10. Geospatial Information System (GIS):

 

  • As of 2013, 40.4% of prefectural governments, along with 44.8% of municipal governments had introduced integrated GIS.

Promising fields for GIS: 2014

Disaster management 82.5%
City infra. 57.6
Tourism 55.5
Healthcare, welfare 53.9
Security 49.4
Trafic 40.9
Education 37.8
Energy & Environment 33.8

Problems for expanding GIS: 2014

Tough financial conditions 59.9%
Cannot be used across divisions 47.6
Lacking promotion systems 43.5
Lacking employee skills 41.1
Lacking personnel 40.4
Cannot provid GIS to public 36.8
Have no specific usage 34.4
Concern about data update 32.7

>Top 11. Promotion of Open Data:

  • Open Gov Data Strategy in Jul. 2012:
  • Declaration of Most Advanced IT Nation:
  • G8 Summit in 2013; G8 Open Data Charter.
    1. Roadmap of Open Gov. Data Strategy
    2. Unrestricted secondary use of public data.
    3. Int'l standard machine-readable data format
    4. Trial version during FY2013 (Data catalog site; DATA.GO.JP
    5. Full scale operation from FY2014

 

Sensitive personal data:

Type of info. very impo relativ. impo
Address 58.5% 21.6%
TEL number 57.7 22.8
Personal ID # 55.2 18.7
eMail address 49.2 28.1
Biological info. 49.0 21.8
Name 45.3 24.0
Date of birth 33.4 31.5
School name 32.3 32.1

Public Data considered for publication:

Statistical data 23.0%
Disaster management 22.0
Sightseeing information

18.0

Geographical map 17.0
Public facility 17.0
Crime prevention 16.0
Healthcare & welfare 15.0

stateofopendata

>Top 12. Current state of ICT industry:

Market size

  • Fixed telephone has falen consistently since 2008.
Market size of all industries 2012 ¥924.0T 100%
ICT industry 81.8 8.9
Whole sales 59.8 6.5
Transport equip 52.4 5.7
Construction 52.4 5.7
Transport 40.6 4.4
Retail 37.6 4.1
Iron & Steel 27.8 3.0
Electrical equip 26.2 2.8
ICT Industry Sales 2012 ¥42.5T 100%
Telecom service 15.7 37.0
SW service 11.6 27.3
Info. process service 6.0 14.2
Private broadcast 2.2 5.2
Internet service 1.9 4.4
Newspaper 1.6 3.7
Publication 1.2 2.8
Cable broadcast 0.5 1.2

>Top 13. Penetration rate for ICT devices: (2013

Mobile phone 94.8%
Computer 81.7
Fixed line telephone 79.1
Smart phone 62.6
FAX 46.4
Home game (internet) 38.3
Portable music player (internet) 23.8
Tablet 21.9
household_penetration

>Top 14. Personal concerns of internet usage:

  • 2013; n=8534
disclosure of personal information 81.4%
computer virus infection 76.7
trustworthiness of e-payment 47.4
unsolicited email 46.5
unsure how far security measures be taken 45.0
false billing & other internet fraud 42.9
one's own understand of internet usage 34.5
authentication technology 16.1
illegal & harmful information 15.5
vilolation of IP rights 13.0
internet addiction 10.2
unsure of email is sent or received 8.2
confilict with comm. partners 7.7
  • Info. security measures at houiseholds: 2013 (n=11603)
Taken measures 77.6%
  anivirus SW 58.4
  security service 27.7
  not connect to untrusted connection 22.4
  passwords on devices 14.6
  set adminstrator 3.1
have not taken measures 22.4

 

  • Info. security measures at enterprises:
    2013 (n=2123)
Implemented measures 98.5%
  antivirus SW on CP 87.2
  antivirus SW on server 66.0
  ID & password 55.3
  firewall 44.0
  security patches on OS 35.7
  access log 29.3
  proxy server 22.3
  moniter access line 11.0
  authentication technology 10.7
  antivirus response 10.3
  intrusion detection system (IDS) 9.1
  outsource security mgmt 8.3
  Web app. firewall 7.5
No implemented measures 1.5

>Top 15. Use of cloud services:

  • Online usage by local governments:
FY OL usage ratio
FY2008 27.6%
FY2009 36.1
FY2009 41.0
FY2010 40.0
FY2011 42.6
  • Cloud service usage:

cloudservice_usage

 
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