a large-scale communications network providing a variety of often interactive services, as text databases, email, and audio and video materials, accessed through computers, television sets, etc.
the concept of a worldwide network of computers capable of transferring all types of digital information at high speed
another name for the internet
A term that describes all of the infrastrucure, including cable, satellites, and assorted hardware, that allows information to be transferred at great speed over large distances to all people.
Note: The term implies an analogy between the construction of an information infrastructure in the Internet age with the construction of the interstate highway system constructed in the last half of the twentieth century.
noun 1. a computer system or set of components for collecting, creating, storing, processing, and distributing information, typically including hardware and software, system users, and the data itself: the use of information systems to solve business problems. 2. an integrated set of informational components: the incredibly complex information system of DNA.
- Information systems factory
(ISF) An equivalent to an SEE. [Simultaneous Engineering Environment or Software Engineering Environment?] (2000-12-30)
noun 1. the development, implementation, and maintenance of computer hardware and software systems to organize and communicate information electronically. Abbreviation: IT. noun 1. the technology of the production, storage, and communication of information using computers and microelectronics IT noun See infotech information technology The technology involved with the transmission and storage of information, especially the […]
- Information technology governance
business The structure, oversight and management processes which ensure the delivery of the expected benefits of IT in a controlled way to help enhance the long term sustainable success of the enterprise. (2009-04-27)