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I was recently on Kangaroo Island enjoying a much-needed vacation and came back surprisingly relaxed and refreshed. It was quite the contrast to my time-off in Singapore, where I work. I was trying to figure out the reason, when it suddenly dawned on me: Kangaroo Island is a naturally tech-dead zone.
While heavyweight blue-chip Indian tech companies are busy staging digital revolutions in offshore markets, our digital infrastructure back at home remains a crumbling sub-optimal affair. But even as conversations on going digital start to increasingly mainstream, there are questions on how exactly does one go about it? For the digital opportunity, it seems, is riddled with a veritable minefield of dilemmas and challenges.