information technology

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Synonyms for information technology

the branch of engineering that deals with the use of computers and telecommunications to retrieve and store and transmit information

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En 1986 Richard y su hermano fundaron ITAL Business Computer Systems, que comercializaba sistemas de computacion.
Acquiring a franchise is a great way for people to gain the skills they need to successfully open and operate a business, but it often requires "basic training" in business education--customer service, daily operations management, business computer systems, inventory control, costing and pricing, and meeting regulatory obligations--as well as specialized training for the goods, services, policies, and practices of the individual franchise system.
Other Asian companies have also picked up the baton with research into the interaction between humans and machines and how to manage the ubiquitous interconnected home and business computer systems that will become the norm in the next few years.
I suggest finding a local dealer who specializes in custom-designed business computer systems with a proven reputation.
However, almost daily you read how home and small business computer systems stay vulnerable simply because so many don't have anti-virus update schedules firmly in place.
A questionnaire was administered to all entering freshmen students enrolled in GBus 128, Business Computer Systems in the fall 1998, to gather the data for this study.
Ruben Roy, who is studying business computer systems at Seneca College, was very happy there was a career fair aimed at the Aboriginal job-seekers.
JENNIFER KREIE, PhD, is an assistant professor of accounting and business computer systems at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces.
This means that all important data are recorded in business computer systems, making the computer systems very valuable.
Respondents reported that employee training diminished crimes and computer abuse, such as harassment via e-mail and personal use of business computer systems.
A large computer manufacturer, for example, created an expert system to advise service personnel on how to set up and configure complicated business computer systems to best fulfill customer needs.
later Legacy Storage Systems), a manufacturer of small business computer systems which played a significant role in the development of data storage products.
The business started out offering advice and support for individual projects on behalf of industry contacts, but as demand increased, this quickly evolved into a full programme of support including retail consulting, merchandising, business computer systems, stocktaking and stock valuations.
Unix is the system that drives key business computer systems controlling such things as accounts, data bases, management systems and customer relation records.
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