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Synonyms for IT

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

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In Pakistan the aim is to make 11,000 students part of Huawei ICT Competition 2019-2020.
According to him: 'It is a known fact that the rate of ICT development and adoption across the world have been translating into economic growth and sustainable development.
ICT's Manager of Public Relations and Membership Mark Hanna recently announced his retirement, after 17 years at ICT, effective Nov.
Speaking at the event recently, Kacgae primary school head, Ms Kebahilwe Tshwaane said the school had made strides in ICT and it was befitting to host ICT day to promote ICT to the members of the community.
Over the past 30 years, we have made many efforts to train ICT talent by sharing our knowledge and best practices.
As the preferred ICT partner of Philippine enterprises, Globe Business provides a comprehensive range of ICT solutions for the country's top BPO firms.
The Constitution limits the investment in these industries to only Filipino nationals, particularly in terms of the practice of these professions such as those needed in ICT services.
Barcenas also noted that the extent of DICT's authority over other components of the ICT sector remain unclear.
Interestingly, no major scandal of ICT Police and no major mishandling by ICT Police were registered in the last five months.
In other words, over half (53%) of all European enterprises that recruited or tried to recruit ICT specialists had difficulties in filling these vacancies.
As part of the deal both companies will establish the first Joint ICT Academy among operators in Saudi Arabia and to minimise the gap between the vision 2030 talent demand and the supply in the ICT industry.
In addition to ICT access and ability, Martin (2003) adds motivation as another important factor necessary for using ICT to learn.
However, ICT capital deepening is not the only channel through which ICT can affect the growth of aggregate labour productivity.
It is Unesco's only prize in the field of ICT in education and seeks to recognise organisations and individuals that are embracing ICT as a pedagogical ally and in turn make learning more effective.
A national executive committee council has been formed to spearhead the rolling out of ICT infrastructure across the country as the completion of the Konza headquarters has been scheduled for November.