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ICT

(1) (Information and Communications Technology) An umbrella term for information technology (IT) and telecommunications. In the past, computers and telecom were separate departments within an enterprise. Starting in the 1990s, they began to merge into one entity. The term is more widely used in Europe than in the U.S. See IT.

(2) (International Computers and Tabulators) See ICL.
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The Bahrain ICT Report 2016 aims to present relevant and important information such as the progression and achievement in the ICT sector.
ICT Dgte is a group of BPOs/KPOs, the Academe, ICT Professionals, and Partner Government Agencies in Dumaguete City and Negros Oriental.
Understand how the United Kingdom financial markets enterprise ICT landscape is set to change in 2015 to prioritize your target market.
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We are creating our competitive edge in the ICT sector every day for these students who learn and compete in their local and international academic environments.
As far as pupils with special educational needs are concerned, ICT have offered a lot to this special category of the school population.
Writing in Sustainability at the Speed of Light, Rejeski says that ICT will enable complex data systems of a scope previously impossible.
The narrower trade deficit in 2001 came about because of a larger fall in imports than exports of ICT goods.
It also elaborates the key drivers and challenges faced by the overall healthcare sector while implementing ICT solutions.
Top ICT spenders in the UK Pharmaceutical Industry; Estimated ICT budget breakdowns in 2015
Green ICT refers to the approach in reducing the energy and other resources consumed and the emissions and other waste produced across the ICT lifecycle from manufacture, procurement and use of ICT in an organisation to its re-use.
Very often, staff have not had time to think too deeply about how to use ICT, yet are under pressure to start using it.