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information technology in Communications topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinformation technologyinforˈmation techˌnology noun [uncountable]  TCTD (abbreviation IT) the study or use of electronic processes for gathering and storing information and making it available using computers
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information technologyThese include microelectronics, veterinary science, law, fire safety engineering and information technology.In-house information technology people began to shift from building customized applications to helping their companies choose wisely among open systems vendors.Indeed, the relatively brief history of information technology has already demonstrated the dangers of even short-term forecasting.Moreover, we can safely assume that information technology and biotechnology will get cheaper, more interesting, and more prevalent.But the information technology division is to be sold off.Second, the information technology market is becoming increasingly complex.