Information technology is widespread in developed countries and is embedded in both the education sector, lifestyle and work environment. Literate people can also synchronize and familiarize themselves with the very dynamic pace of technological development with more and more innovations coming after regular intervals.
Latest Technology With Sophisticated Models Are Available In All Workplaces And At Home
The latest computers, microchips, and related technology are available on a large scale with sophisticated models available in hospitals, educational institutions, amusement parks, shopping centers, workplaces, and even at home. There are extreme technological compliance and the level of information about technology among children and toddlers.
In The Case Of Developing Countries
There Is Relative Variation With Respect To Technology. Some countries are fully developed while others are semi-developed with many advances occurring in the field of technology.
The use of information technology is more concentrated at workplaces, higher education institutes like universities and in the homes of higher to higher-middle class people. Men and women are more inclined to computer use in the work environment while the children of the only elite class can use it for gaming and informational purposes.
Due to fewer literacy levels in these countries, people have less information about computers so reliance on computer expertise, relating to both software and hardware issues is increasing. Thus the computer industry has flourished with leaps and bounds and more and more techno-solution businesses are evolving in these countries.
Computers Have Also Helped Reduce Socio-Economic Pressure
For people throughout the world and it is very multidimensional in terms of productivity. Job users, usually use it for routine office work, recording, reporting, data entry, and creating, designing, building networks and related work.
Home users, on the other hand, use it as a medium to communicate, create, change and disseminate information with family …Read More