"We will have to build this up person by person. It is worth having a big ambition and if I can get a thousand people to volunteer and have an impact on another thousand, then that's a start," she told the BBC.
As part of this she intends to set up a "people's taskforce", made up of individuals from the economic group she has targeted, who will give their opinions on future strategies.
Ms Lane Fox has also been in talks with retailers to see if any are prepared to provide a package of services and offer bonuses for those who go online.
Electrical retailer Comet has agreed to offer a service aimed specifically at older people.
She told the BBC she remained "passionate" about her role.
"I get frustrated when I feel I get back only negativity. I don't see this as a controversial issue," she said.
"The projects I have visited prove that technology can provide a route out for people in a spectacular way and I hope to bring continued focus on the issue," she insisted.
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