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Through the years we have seen how technology is changing and is becoming more advanced, influencing all social, economic, educational and business fields, companies, persons, such progress has enabled businesses through ICT, have significant changes in their internal and external organization, allowing them to have constant communication with each and every one of your employees, departments, suppliers, customers and even among companies to share information and to coordinate their activities and operations. The industrialization process has been aimed at the standardization of equipment with which to carry out these processes, all this is reflected in the automation of equipment, which are becoming more sophisticated by combining hardware and software allowing higher performance, more effectively and efficiently, and achieving faster in meeting the needs of users. A negative aspect to consider is that this has decreased the skilled labor to operate the equipment, which have displaced workers or have left no sustenance for their families. But also gave guidelines for companies and workers themselves to train and be placed at the forefront of technology.
ICT has enabled the industry to develop and standardize both the hardware and the systems that manage them, intended to improve the processes we see in this way as the old computers were more mechanical and did not require software to operate today are fully automatic and programmable, with the emergence of the Internet, communication networks and databases is easier to provide good equipment maintenance and repair to more quickly and easily. Regarding the standardization of software we see today businesses can easily acquire what we call software packages to operate and develop ...

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...ity, ease of use, and diminishing size of technology devices. The usability of technology will increase as will the simplicity of interfaces and perhaps even become integrated biologically. Just as automobile engines are no longer within the capabilities of the home “shade tree mechanic,” technology will be complex to troubleshoot and integrate, much of it becoming a “throw away” product like basic calculators today when they stop working. The integration of technologies will expand, including communications, computing, audio, video, handwriting and speech recognition, facial recognition, virtual keyboards and virtual screens, while becoming much smaller and more powerful. Devices the size of today's smallest phones will have projection capabilities permitting viewing on virtually any screen size desired as well as through glasses and contact lenses.
Maria Roberts.


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