ICT, Information and Communication Technologies, are the set of tools related to the transmission, processing and digitalized storage of information. ICT can be classified into three types of categories:

  • Networks: the communication systems that connect multiple computers.
  • Terminals: the points where the information can be accessed.
  • ICT services: the type of technologies used for communication.

This seems insignificant to us, when we already know concepts such as community manager, digital marketing, social networks, online stores or digital systems. These concepts were unknown just over 10 years ago but the process to reach this point has been lengthy.

Nowadays, ICT are so essential that they go unnoticed. However, there are still countless businesses that do not have, for example, a website to sell online or showcase their products. However, thanks to the pandemic, many of them have been able to continue with their business by taking a leap towards digitization. The digital world has no limits and ICT is the most disruptive element of the modern economy.

But... Why is the use of ICT important?

ICT can not only create innovative businesses, but also help traditional companies to adapt to digitalization. And why not talk about our habits, for example, ten years ago there was hardly the possibility of buying online and today products are delivered at your doorstep, with a single click.

The digital world has no limits and there are countless technological tools that make this possible. These tools can help some businesses to be active 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, without the need of having a person behind; automation solutions can do the job themselves.

The Master's Degree in Information Systems Management at the University of Salamanca, together with the BISITE Research Group and the collaboration of large companies such as Telefónica, Indra or Viewnext, aim to train specialists capable of addressing the new technological paradigm.



Do not miss the opportunity to learn from the best professionals, registration and enrolment at: http://tic.usal.es/english


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