Information And Communication Technology
(ICT) refer to the symbiotic existence of Information technolgy and communication technology.
As suggested by the
, in the beginning there were only telegraph and telephone (before computing machines that were implemented during second world war).
At the dawn of the ICT revolution in the early 70s,
machines and analog based communications were separate concerns. Now the distinction between the two worlds are sometimes blurred.
Although great economic success of
has been made possible by ICT advancements (notable achievements include G
lobalBook processes of the financial institutions decades ago), ICT without the
element has often resulted in the
A history of data communications
Technology convergence (2004)
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