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Topic: COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-PART1 BY:              RASHIDA MUSA YUSIF

Computer is an electronic machine, which has the capacity of accepting data and instructions; Process the data based on the instruction given to it within a very short time and produces it as an output in the very form required by the user. The computer works like a human body system examples: we hear with our ears, we see with our eyes, we smell with our nose and feel with our bodies (these represent an input device in computer). Then, man thinks with the brain (that is processing in

Computer), while speaking with the mouth and working with our hands stand for output devices in computer.

ASMA’U AMINU UMAR

Computer becomes the man’s highest technological achievement on this planet earth that revolutionize almost human endeavor be it partially or completely. This is due to the simple fact that every other technological improvement only comes to seek its linkage to the computer if want to do better. All others have come and gone, but the computer has come to stay till of course the end of the age.

                Computer and information technology – part 11 PRESENTED BY:

 

          Auwal Nasidi Sadiq                       Different societies embrace the computer technology due to the advantages it has over the former ways of carrying out their operations. At first, it was assumed that the computer was meant to replace human beings but in the actual sense, it was

meant to aid and complement man’s efforts to solving complex problems and problems that seems to be beyond human ability. This present world is commonly referred to as computer age. Journey that would take days or weeks in olden days can take an hour or even minute today. Passing a message from one country to another which could take days or months before, is now done in a matter of seconds. Also, you will not only hear someone talking to you from another continent but you can even see him live as he speaks to you. Technology made all this possible.

BILKISU SULE UMAR

 

    >MAIMUNA YAHAYA JIBRIL

Human being can do what a computer can do, but the computer does it faster and more accurately. Therefore, to be relevant in this modern society one must keep abreast with the new development in computer technology because it becomes the parameter used today to measure the level of illiteracy. That is to say if you cannot operate a computer you are simply describe as “illiterate” no matter the chain of degrees you have acquired.

COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – PART 111 PRESENTED BY:

ALIYU USMAN SHU’AIBU

 

The influence and importance of information technologies ICTs throughout the economy and society can’t be ignore. The former United Nations secretary –General Mr. Kofi Annan stated that “if harness properly ICTs have the potential to improve all aspect of our social economic and cultural life.

ICTs can serve as an engine for development in the twenty-first century (Kofi Annan 2003).

However, the considerable gap exists between developing countries and developed ones in term of the contribution of ICTs to the creation of wealth. The gap tends to widen between developed countries, the technology suppliers and the receiving developing countries. At the same time the gap between the elites and the grass root communities within these developing countries is also expanding in term of their access to ICTS. If measures are not taken to make ICTs both affordable and easy to use, access to them will be insignificant in developing countries like Nigeria.

 

Presented by UMAR HAMISU SALISU

 

 

 

 

Computer and information technology – part 1v PRESENTED BY:

The disparity in access to ICTs between countries and communities is caused by many factors which include: inadequate infrastructure, high cost of access, inappropriate or weak policy, insufficiency in the provision of telecommunication network, language differences, and lack of locally created content (murtala 2004).