The second issue of the journal for 2020 has been published. It is completely open to reading on a new digital platform (texts in Russian with English metadata and abstracts).
The work of a group of Moscow authors Tatiana Ershova, Alexander Raikov and Yuri Hohlov is aimed at building a system for monitoring the needs of the real economy in digital technologies and platforms. An approach to formalized needs assessments based on the terminology of the user domain and automated real-time market tracking is proposed. The article by Walfried Treyer, Doctor of Technical Sciences, examines the place and forms of placing digital platforms in the organizational structure of the “digital economy”. Doctor of Economics from Nalchik Gumar Batov explores the peculiarities of the formation and development of the digital infrastructure of the North Caucasus Federal District.
The article by Maxim Yurevich, Natalya Ekimova and Evgeny Balatsky is devoted to the study of new promising trends in economics related to digitalization processes (the use of big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning). Natalia Elchaninova investigates the legal issues of ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure.
The article by Anastasia Dobronravova and Varvara Chumakova discusses the features of media literacy of rural residents of Russia based on data collected in 5 field expeditions to rural areas in 2012-2018 (Kostroma region, Rostov region, Republic of Tatarstan, Irkutsk region, Tambov region).
The article by Yulia Lektorova and Andrey Prudnikov presents the experience of a regional high-tech company, one of the world’s top 100 startups, in the field of communication promotion of an IT product in a highly competitive environment.
The scientific article by Anna Shirokanova and Olesya Volchenko is devoted to the problem of the attitude of residents of European countries to the state monitoring of the public space online and electronic personal correspondence.