The answer is obvious: one.
While the most powerful technology, the internet, is free, it’s also one of the most underutilised, the Times of Indian reported on Monday.
It is a common problem.
The article says the IT sector, the world’s largest, has suffered from an underutilisation of information technology since 2010, when the country saw its biggest cyberattack.
While some of this was due to poor infrastructure, most of it was due, in part, to the fact that India had been spending too much money on IT infrastructure, including cloud computing.
India has now managed to reduce this by a third over the past three years.
The report goes on to say the IT industry’s share of the national income grew to just over 10% in 2016-17, and is expected to grow to 18% in 2023-24.
The government is now looking to accelerate this.
It has launched a major programme to boost the IT workforce, including in sectors like digital media and digital marketing.
It also launched a pilot programme to build out data centres and data centres infrastructure in the country.
While this may sound like a big idea, it may not work for the IT giant, Microsoft, the report says.
The US tech giant is in the process of buying Indian data center company Tata, and has been eyeing the country as a way to grow its data centres.
Microsoft is also working on a major data centre in the U.S., but its deal is reportedly only for five years.
Microsoft has invested in Indian companies, such as Reliance Communications, which is building a new fibre-optic network in Mumbai and is working on new data centres in the city.
The company’s CEO Satya Nadella told the Times that India is a global leader in technology and has the potential to be one of its own.
The Times of Indians also reported that the government had allocated $5.2 billion for the internet in the budget for 2017-18.
The plan is to invest more than $50 billion over the next five years to modernise India’s infrastructure.
The country also has some of the fastest broadband connections in the world.
According to the Indian National Broadband Corporation, it has over 600Mbps of capacity, compared to a U.K. network of about 30Mbps.
The Times said it has been able to offer a data package that costs less than $20 a month, but it said this is due to the government’s investment.