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LIVING IN THE IT ERA (LITE) 2 ND SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021 Prepared by: RONA M. PUNZALAN Instructor MODULE IN LITE-LIVING IN THE IT ERA Credits : 3 units ( 3 hrs / week) Pre-Requisite : None Week 1 Lesson Title: Introduction To Living in the IT Era Lesson Objective: At the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to: o Know when the digital age took place o Identify the different types of communication from early time up to the present. o Know the role and importance of ICT What does it mean when we say Digital Age? Reference:
Bosamia, M. P. (2013, December). Researchgate. Retrieved from _of_In formation_and_Communication_Technology_in_our_Everyday_Life Senanayake), A. (2015, May 22). shareslide.net. Retrieved from - information-and communication-technology Introduction Gaining traction in terms of providing outsourcing services not only for customer support but also for outsourcing tech services to different foreign businesses. What's promising about the Philippine IT industry is that it's still growing and it's the perfect time to outsource your business' tech needs. 6 Reasons why the Philippine IT Industry is Booming (and why you should take advantage today) 1. The Philippines is going through tech evolution Local and foreign investors are starting to enhance their businesses to pave way for more tech innovations in the country. Information-based products and services are becoming more popular; more apps are being produced by the day and with possible integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and sensory technology — one can expect more changes in the not-so-distant future. E-commerce is highly in demand too; nowadays, people have a constant desire for customized shopping and payment methods. 2. When it comes to technology, brand marketing has never been more challenging, especially with all the available channels they can tap into There are countless opportunities thanks to tech, and as long as there are consumers and businesses, tech will never die — especially not in the Philippines, which is considered the "Fastest Growing Smartphone Market in ASEAN". It's got the government's support. The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is the executive department of the country that is in charge of developing, planning, and promoting information and communications technology (ICT) to further national growth and development. They are said to prioritize the provision of public free Wi-Fi access, a national ICT Portal, and a National Broadband Plan to deploy fiber optic cables and wireless technology to further expand 3G, 4G, and LTE services throughout the country. When even the government is involved in its growth, the Philippine IT industry is surely intentional in terms of growing and expanding its reach.

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