Implementing ICT’s in Third World Countries
In today’s world, technology is not only a luxury but an essential part of life.
Technologies are becoming organic and can be found almost anywhere and in anything.
Fifty years ago, the first digital computer took up an 1800 square foot room and consumed
160 kilowatts of electrical power. Today, the digital watch that can fit in the palm of your
hand, is faster, and runs on a battery the size of a dime. Nothing in history has advanced
at such a rapid pace compared to computers and technology. Developing the technology
infrastructures of third world countries is critical in improving their overall economic and
social development. America has been on the forefront of technological advancements,
but is the rest of the world keeping up?…..Read More