Twenty-four million pounds is to be spent preventing the growth of an information underclass in south London. Aztec, south west London's Training and Enterprise Council, estimates that around 70% of companies employing 10 people or fewer have no IT strategy. With the money raised from the public and private sector it aims to reduce the number of small businesses and individuals who do not understand or have no access to information technology. Point Digital, a partnership between Aztec, Kingston University and South West London's Business Link, has been set up to assist local businesses in buying IT facilities and forming an effective IT strategy.
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