INFORMATION SOCIETY

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INFORMATION SOCIETY

  1. 1. RESEARCHING WORK, ORGANIZATION ANDPUBLICPRESENTATION ABOUT THE TOPIC “INFORMATION SOCIETY”
  2. 2. An information society is a society where thecreation, distribution, diffusion, use, integration and manipulation of information is a significant economic, political, and cultural activity. The aim of the information society is to gaincompetitive advantage internationally, through using information technology (IT) The knowledge economy is its economiccounterpart, whereby wealth is created through the economic exploitation of understanding. People who have the means to partake orparticipate in this form of society are sometimescalled digital citizens. This is one of many dozen labels that have been identified to suggest that humans are entering a new phase of society.
  3. 3. 2. Expectations and realities of Information Technology. Applications of information technology in the scientific, technical and communications fields.Applications of Information TechnologyEvery day, people use computers in newways. Computers and other electronicdevices are becoming increasinglyaffordable. They continue to be morepowerful as information-processing tools aswell as easier to use. Humans are continuallybecoming dependant on IT-enabled devicesfor carrying out simple tasks likeremembering a phone number to complexones like flying a fighter plane.Information Technology has applications inalmost all aspects of our life. Some of theimportant ones are: Science and Engineering Bunisses and Commerce, Education, Governance Medicine, Entertainment
  4. 4. A virtual community is a social network ofindividuals who interact through specific social media, potentially crossing geographical and political boundaries in order to pursue mutual interests or goals. The purpose of virtualcommunities is used for a variety of social and professional groups.
  5. 5. Types of virtual communities Internet message boards An online message board is a forum where people can discuss thoughts or ideas on various topics. Online chat rooms Shortly after the rise of interest in message boards and forums, people started to want a way of communicating with their "communities" in real time. Virtual worlds Virtual worlds are the most interactive of all virtual communityforms. In this type of virtual community, people are connected by living as an avatar in a computer-based world. Social network servicesSocial networking services are the most prominent type of virtual community. They are either a website or software platform that focuses on creating and maintaining relationships. Ex.: Facebook. .
  6. 6. 4.SOCIAL NETWORKING ON THE INTERNET.EVOLUTION,FEATURES AND TOOLS AVAILABLE ON THE SOCIAL WEB, TENDENCIES.
  7. 7. DEFINITI ONA social networking is a onlineplatformthat focus in social relationsamong the people who shareinterest or activities.It is consists of arepresentation of each sociallinks and variety of additionalservices.
  8. 8. The most social network is e-mail and instant messaging
  9. 9. THE MAIN TYPESThe main types are the ones that are connected with friends Facebook ,Twitter, Google + are worldwide and then for example Tuenti in Spain
  10. 10. TYPICAL FEATURESSocial networking sites share a varietyof technical features that allowsindividuals to:•Construct a public/semi-public profile.•Articulate list of other users that theyshare a connection with.•View their list of connections withinthe system.
  11. 11. ADDITIONAL FEATURESSome social networks haveadditional features, such as•The ability to create groupsthat share common interestsor affiliations .•Upload or stream live videos.•Hold discussions in forums.
  12. 12. TENDENC ESIn most mobile communities, mobile phone users can now:•Create their own profiles.•Make friends.•Participate in chat rooms.•Create chat rooms.•Hold private conversations.•Share photos and videos.•Share blogs by using their mobile phone.
  13. 13.  Intranet is an internal private computer network or connection of one or more computer networks, whose use and access is restricted to an organization and its employees or members.
  14. 14.  The structure of an intranet is similar in principle to the Internet. Both use a server-client structure and both networks transfer data using Internet protocols. However, they fundamentally differ due to the vast difference in networking scale and complexity.
  15. 15.  An intranet is built in an organization, to enable resource sharing and provide a rapid communication channel that efficiently connects team members and peers. Corporate intranets have restricted access controlled by user ids and passwords, which are not accessible to anybody on the outside.
  16. 16.  The Internet, sometimes called simply "the Net," is a worldwide system of computer networks - a network of networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission, get information from any other computer (and sometimes talk directly to users at other computers).
  17. 17.  Internet is a global network which has information sharing on a global level as its goal. Internet is more open in the sense, that everything shared here, is accessible to every person connected to it, all over the world.

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