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  15. 2 When You Turn on your Computer Unit A Desktop 1 Vocabulary desktop to appear icon background picture colour\color number a number of to include recycle bin control panel to turn on\off to boot up to click to double-click folder file to contain to a
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  18. Lecture 15. Prospects of development of ICT Purpose: To view the prospects of development in the IT market. Explore electronic payment infrastructure and logistics. Basic questions: 1. Prospects for the development of IT market: the development of free software. 2. Formation of the ecosystem of IT support for small business and startup companies. 3. The acceleration and incubation programs. 4. The development of the necessary infrastructure and logistics of electronic payments. 5. Prospects for the development of e-technology.
  19. Lecture -14. Information Technologies in the professional sphere. Industrial ICT Purpose: To study the principles of software to meet the challenges of specialized professional sphere. Basic questions: 1. Software for solving specialized professional sphere. 2. Current IT trends in the professional field: medicine, energy, etc. 3. The use of search engines and electronic resources for professional purposes. 4. Security issues in industrial ICT. The term technology is of Greek origin and means a skill, while the word logos implies – a
  20. Lecture-13. E-technologies.Electronic business.Eletronic training. Electronic government Purpose: To study the principles of e-business and e-government concept Basic questions: 1. E-business: The basic model of e-business. 2. Information of e-business infrastructure. 3. E-learning: the architecture, structure and platform. Electronic textbooks. 4. E-government: the concept, architecture, services. Formats of e-government in the developed countries. Electronic commerce (e-commerce, or EC) describes the buying, selling, and exchanging
  21. Lecture -12. Smart Technology Purpose: Examine the use of smart technology services, teleconferencing and telemedicine. Basic questions: 1. Internet of Things. 2. Big Data. 3. Technology Block Chain. 4. Artificial Intelligence. 5. Using Smart-services. Internet of Things can be realized in three paradigms—internet-oriented (middleware), things oriented (sensors) and semantic-oriented (knowledge). Although this type of delineation is required due to the interdisciplinary nature of the subject, the usefulness of IoT can be unleash
  22. Lecture -11. Multimedia technologies Purpose: Explore the core technologies of various representations For information in digital format. learn to use multimedia applications development tools. Basic questions: 1. Presentation of text, audio, video and graphical information in a digital format. 2. Basic technologies for data compression. 3. 3D representation of virtual reality and animation. 4. Tools of multimedia application development. 5. The use of multimedia technologies for planning, description of business processes and their vizualitsiya.
  23. Lecture -10. Cloud and mobile technologies Purpose: To study the principles of cloud computing, familiarize yourself with the basic terms and concepts of mobile technology. Basic questions: 1. Data Centers. 2. Trends in the development of modern infrastructure solutions. 3. The principles of cloud computing. 4. Virtualization Technology. The Web-service Cloud. 5. Basic terms and concepts of mobile technology. Mobile services. 6. Standards of mobile technology. Principles of cloud computing Cloud computing is one of the
  24. Lecture-9. Internet technologies Purpose: Learn the basic concepts of Internet technology, DNS services Basic questions: 1. Basic concepts of the Internet. 2. Universal Resource Identifier (URI), and its purpose parts. The DNS service. 3. Web-technologies: HTTP, DHTML, CSS and JavaScript. 4. E-mail. Message Format. 5. SMTP protocols, POP3, IMAP. Actually, the Internet consists of a set of the local and wide area networks belonging to the different companies and the enterprises, working according to the most various protocols, co
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