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ICT

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(education)

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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Steven Hughes in April said Core ICT was just over PS60 million of this.
What are the risks to sustainability and the 'future proofing' of the MoH's core ICT systems, including in particular the FMIS, HRIS and PATIS?
The original budget for the 10-year contract was a minimum of pounds 220m, with pounds 82m reserved for core ICT services and pounds 138m for ICT projects.
Through the upgrade, Shizuoka Telecasting has not only enhanced its core ICT systems for higher quality and reliability, it has also enhanced its ability to deliver operational stability 24x7 with the addition of features such as early-warning indicators to help prevent problems thus supporting business continuity.
Extracting core ICT indicators using entropy method", The Information Society, Vol.
The centre, in partnership with Nortel Networks and St Helens College, is offering the latest training in core ICT areas such as networking technologies, system security and e-commerce.
At SCEWC, the company introduced core ICT solutions designed to accelerate the development of smart cities, including: its Intelligent Operation Center (IOC) powered by cloud and big data; city management solutions based on Internet of Things (IoT); and advanced public service solutions developed in collaboration with global partners.
Mohamed Ahmad Al Qamzi, chairman of the board, said: "The TRA is building the core ICT regulatory framework for the UAE's burgeoning knowledge economy.
Batelco is serving the hotel's core ICT requirements based on leading brands such as Avaya and Cisco.
The council does not spend PS120 million on core ICT costs - as as been reported elsewhere.
Buoyed by strong local demand Russian businesses are expected to increase their core ICT spending, or at least maintain it at the same levels in 2013.
Tenders are invited for Ncad Is Seeking A Single (Vendor Neutral) It Managed Services Partner To Not Only Provide Support And Maintenance On Core Ict Systems (As Listed Below) But Also To Work Closely With The It Manager In The Upgrade Of Systems And The Integration Of New/Future Systems.