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  1. 1. Prospects of development of ICT
  2. 2. Prospects of development of ICT  ICT can be potentially used in the following sectors. Note that the following list is given in general but not specific to our country. Some of the sectors may be already familiar to you in your everyday life.  Education  Heals care/medicine  Agriculture  Banking  Business/trade and commerce  Transport  Manufacturing  Travel and Tourism  Environment  Gender  Culture
  3. 3. ICT in Education The usage of concepts in ICT in the education sector also varies on its application such as, ICT as a subject (i.e., computer studies) ICT as a tool to support traditional subjects (i.e., computer-based learning, presentation, research) ICT as an administrative tool (i.e., education management information systems/EMIS) ICT as a medium of knowledge exchange
  4. 4. ICT in Education Accordingly, as a student who follows this course unit, you are dealt with the above first category; ICT as a subject. However, you will be able to get more familiar to use the computer for your studies not only this course unit but also the other courses you follow at OUSL by using your computer as a tool to support your studies. This category is often referred to as e-learning. We will discuss e-learning in detail in this presentation.Below is a description, as it is worth getting a brief idea of what e-learning is before go to the next sections.
  5. 5. E-Learning As per a definition given in an international journey, e-learning, sometimes termed computerbased training (CBT), internet-based training (IBT) or web-based training (WBT), includes all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching, including educational technology. The information and communication systems, whether networked learning or not, serve as specific media to implement the learning process. Accordingly you can see that the term e-Learning is really just an umbrella term which covers a wide set of electronic educational applications and processes. Mostly, the electronic technology used here is the use of computers with the accessibility to the internet. You will be able acquire and develop your knowledge so that you will be able to demonstrate the particular topic learned which proves that it has positively influenced in your behaviors. You may consider the OUMoodle (http://ousl.nodes.lk/) which is the Learning Management System used in the Open University as a major learner support tool.
  6. 6. E-Learning The advantages of e-learning with respect to both teaching and the learning parties can be considered as; Cost effective Saves time without sacrificing quality Minimizes travel cost Can be accessed from anywhere any time in the world Consistent course delivery Individual instruction
  7. 7. ICT in Business/Trade and Commerce Nowadays, the business IT specialist applies ICT in their organizations to achieve their commercial objectives. It makes them be quick, cheap, and more attractive to the client of their business. One of the major applications of ICT in businesses is the existence of industries where buying and selling of products or services done through internet or other computer networks. This area is called Electronic Commerce or E- commerce. You will learn what e-commerce is deeply in of this material. However, again for your benefit, a brief description of e-commerce is given below before moving on to the next topic. Online shopping and electronic payments can be considered as the most famous examples of e-commerce. In online shopping, the seller creates their sales outlet in the web while the buyer brows and purchase products with mouse clicks. For an example, Amazon.com (See figure 6.1 below) is a famous online shopping destination where you will see the sale details of thousands of goods and services.
  8. 8. ICT in Business/Trade and Commerce Figure 6.1: Interface of the Amazon shopping place (www.amazon.com) Suppose that you need to buy a mobile phone online from amazon.com, there should be a mechanism to make your payment online to the supplier. This mechanism is known as electronic payments. Paying through your credit card is an example for an electronic payment. This type of e-payments very effective and you do not need worry about the safety as the reliable shopping destinations such as Amazon.com have taken sufficient safety measures.
  9. 9. ICT in Banking Nowadays, for almost all operations in a bank are done with the help of the computers and the internet or any other network. Basically, the banks store all their customers account details on computers. This allows them to easily find out account information on their customers, and make changes to their account balance easily, for things such as when money is put in and withdrawn from the bank. Have you ever used an ATM card? Hopefully the answer is yes. Use of ATM cards is one of the operations used in the banking sector with the ICT. You may know that you can perform some of your banking activities without the physical movement into the bank. In another words, you do your banking online. This facility is known as E-Banking. You may visit https://www.commercialbk.com/comworks/default.asp (See figure 6.2 and 6.3 below) to access the online banking facility of the Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC. You may do banking with authorized access by logging to the site with your credentials.
  10. 10. ICT in Banking  Figure 6.2: Online banking with Commercial Bank PLC Figure 6.3: Online Banking with Bank of Ceylon
  11. 11. ICT in Medicine  ICT is used in many ways related to the Medicine sector. E-Medicine is one of such facility. E- Medicine is an online clinical medical knowledge database with a collection of thousands of articles, images, videos which support you to browse and get knowledge in any matter related to the medicine field such as details of diseases, drugs, medications, health news, first-aid guides, etc. Further, you can get the answers for your own health care related question as well. eMedicineHealth (http://www.emedicinehealth.com, see Figure 6.4 below) is an example for such online medicine database. These knowledge databases usually get updated regularly to provide an updated knowledge to the client.
  12. 12. ICT in Medicine Figure 6.4: Interface of an e-medicine database
  13. 13. Prospects of development of ICT  1.Prospects of development in the sphere of the IT market: development of the free software. Forming of an ecosystem of IT of entrepreneurship and support small startup of the companies.  The free software (SPO, eng. free software also software libre or libre software), free software software, where users have rights ("freedom") on its installation, start-up, free use, study, dissemination and change (improvement) and distribution of copies and results of any changes. If the software has the exclusive rights, the freedom, are declared using the free license.  As a free (freeware) and free software, SPO can be used to obtain and usually free (but the distributor can charge for the obtaining of his copies, delivery channels, media CD-ROMs or additional services). However, freeware is usually distributed as executables without source code is proprietary, and to be free (free software), recipients must be available in source code from which you can create executable files together with the appropriate licenses. Due to the fact that the word "sale" and called the original sale, and distribution of copies for the money, and paid licensing (usually proprietary conditions), some still believe free software is a subset of the free.  Often distinguish between free and open source software (open source) — although the availability of source code for the SPO is required and many open programs are both free. The choice of the name is often associated with the language and purpose of vacancy or openness.
  14. 14. Prospects of development of ICT  The free software movement began in 1983 when Richard Stallman formed the idea of having freedom to use the software (eng. software freedom) users. In 1985 Stallman founded the free software Foundation to provide organizational structure to promote their ideas.  The business model of the SPO, as a rule, based on the principle of empowerment — for example, new objects of application, training, integration, configuration or certification. At the same time, some business models which work with proprietary software that is not compatible with free software, especially those that force users to pay for the license to legally use a software product.
  15. 15. Industrial ICT. Programs of acceleration and incubation. Programs of acceleration and incubation. Accelerator — a company the business of which is to help other companies (residents of the accelerator). Accelerators offer residents a structured program that helps the team to hone the business model to get the necessary contacts and increase sales. The program lasts from 3 months to half a year. The accelerator typically is a coworking space, where resident companies can be during acceleration. The business model accelerator Accelerators make the receipt of shares in the company and the subsequent sale of this stake, so often work in conjunction with the venture Fund (the Fund makes investments, the accelerator educational program, networking, infrastructure). For example, the accelerator received a share in the amount of 10% of the project N. a Project N went through the acceleration program, has grown to become a significant player in the market. Google decided to buy the startup for $10 million In this case, the accelerator receives 10% of the purchase amount is $1 million.
  16. 16. Industrial ICT. Programs of acceleration and incubation. Program incubation – assistance in the development, promotion and financing for established small innovative or entrepreneurial companies. To obtain resident status for the incubation program small businesses must meet the requirements: • be registered as a legal entity or individual entrepreneur • period of activity of a small business entity with the state registration till the moment of submission of the application should not exceed one year not carry out the following activities: • financial, insurance services • retail and wholesale trade •building • medical services • catering • real estate transactions • production of excisable goods • production and sale of minerals • gambling. During the implementation of the incubation program provided office space or workplace, and end up consulting services on business issues.
  17. 17. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  E-logistics is the management and optimization of information flows that arise in the supply chain management of products from producer to consumer. The review considers the main components of e-logistics: the international system of commodity numbering codes, electronic data interchange (EDI), global data synchronization network (GDSN), the role of international and local product catalogues.  "E-logistics" – a study of current trends in development of logistics management e-logistics and the mastery of techniques and approaches in designing and managing the supply chain using modern information, communication and computer technology (ICT).  Examines theoretical and applied aspects of electronic logistics as part of overall concept of supply chain management with the use of active learning methods (discussion problems, case studies and group work
  18. 18. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  Payment system — a set of procedures enabling the transfer of funds.  It is generally understood that through payment systems money is transferred. If we approach translation from a legal point of view, in most cases there is a transfer of debt: means that the payment system should one of the customers, it becomes must to another client.  Payment systems are a substitute for cash transactions in the implementation of domestic and international payments and is one of the basic services provided by banks and other specialized financial institutions. The biggest service of this kind is the system SWIFT — society for worldwide interbank financial telecommunication, an international interbank transfer system information and make payments.  Advanced forms of payment systems are the financial procedures carried out via ATMs, payment kiosks, POS terminals, and cards with a stored cash value transaction in the foreign exchange markets, futures, derivatives and options.
  19. 19. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  Electronic payment systems are a sub-set of payment systems that ensure the implementation of electronic transfer of payments through the payment network or the chips.  In an average day through the payment system of Kazakhstan is of 119.3 thousand transactions in the amount of 753,8 billion tenge.  The largest payment systems are WebMoney — system of instant payments, Yandex.Money, Qiwi payment service, payment terminals (indoor and outdoor).  WebMoney is a universal tool for calculations in the Network, the whole financial relationships, which today are used by millions of people around the world. Kazakhstan takes the 4th place in the number of registrations and probably other indicators too. Kazakhstan is ahead of only Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.  Yandex.Money is the largest electronic payment system in Runet, which offers simple secure methods of payment for goods and services. Are the offices of Alliance Bank and branch transfer system CONTACT, as well as terminals Quickpay. Most Kazakhstanis pay via Yandex.Money online game, entertainment, extra opportunities in social networks and online advertising.
  20. 20. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  Qiwi payment service designed to pay for everyday services from mobile communications and utilities to Bank loans.  The peculiarity of Qiwi service is that payments can be made in cash in the network of QIWI payment terminals and via the Internet service and the app for mobile devices. In fact, the user can make a payment from your account in the system being in a convenient place and in convenient time.  At the moment, with the help of the payment system in Kazakhstan will be possible to replenish the account in favor of the 157 companies-providers such as utilities, Internet, cellular communication, IP- telephony, various products through catalogs, including the services of the three thousand companies that are connected to QIWI-wallet.  Also on the territory of Kazakhstan has a QIWI-purse in two languages.  Payment terminal — a hardware-software complex providing reception of payments from individuals in self-service mode. For a payment terminal is characterized by a high degree of autonomy in its work.  Using terminal you can pay for mobile communication, utility services, Internet service providers, repay loans, replenish the Bank account.  Kazakhstan companies providing services in the field of payment terminals: Quickpay, Taulink of Asia Terminal ComepayCyberPlat, TelePay.  .
  21. 21. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  . Quickpay — the company was founded in 2003. The company started its activity as a software developer. For the first time in Russia the company developed software for touch-screen payment terminals on the operating system "Linux". In 2007, the company entered the market of Kazakhstan. Taulinkcompany started its activity in the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2006 by the commercial launch of the first business decisions within the international telecommunications exhibition KITEL-2006. System for accepting payments TAULINK represented in more than 8 200 sales and service outlets in 507 settlements of Kazakhstan. "Asia Terminal" company exists on the market since 2006. Under the brand "Asia Terminal" has been known since 2008. Is the production of a full (closed) cycle – from design and cutting to sales, software and service.
  22. 22. Industrial ICT. Development of necessary infrastructure of electronic payments and logistics.  . Comepay (Kampey) — the company was founded in 2006, operates in the market under the registered brand name "Comepay" and is one of the leading companies of the Russian Federation for reception of instant payments. Organized more than 2000 service providers — from utilities companies to leading domestic banks that are connected to more than 38 000 points of payment and more than 25 000 payment terminals. "CyberPlat-Kazakhstan" company was founded on 15 September 2005. The first payment was made in April 2006. Currently, the network of points of reception of payments on the territory of Kazakhstan has more than 3,100 outlets, which carry out reception of payments in favor of mobile operators and Internet service through the payment system CyberPlat. TelePay — the company exists since 2004. The system used the latest in telecommunications and banking technology. Recently introduced payment system Wooppay is more than just an electronic wallet. This is an indispensable tool in addressing any daily concerns, leisure, shopping or travel planning. This — Multibank system. This means that you can choose which of the banks-partners of the system. The money credited to your purse, lie in the chosen Bank and their electronic rights are in your wallet that provides 100% security for your money.
  23. 23. Industrial ICT. Prospects of development of E- technologies.  The state program "Information Kazakhstan - 2020"  The decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 1 February 2010 № 922 "Strategic plan of development of Kazakhstan till 2020"  Тhe purpose of the Program: creation of conditions for transition to Basic information society.  Program objectives:  1) the Development of it  2) ensure the availability of information and communication infrastructure  3) automation of the activities of state bodies and e-services  4) open government  5) the Development of domestic information space.
  24. 24. Industrial ICT. Prospects of development of E- technologies.  Target indicators:  1) the share of the ICT sector in GDP in 2020 - 4 %  2) quantity updated standard curricula of it professions in accordance with professional standards: technical and vocational UNIVERSITY in 2020 – 6  3) the level of digital literacy in 2020 - 80 %  4) density of Internet users per 100 inhabitants in 2020 - 75 %  5) the coverage of digital terrestrial television of Kazakhstan's population in 2020 – 95%  6) the coverage of the state radio channels in the FM band "Kazakh radio" and "Shalkar", in 2020 - 95%  7) the effectiveness ratio of use of information technologies, which developed the target architecture (ROA- return on IT assets) to the year 2020 – 30  8) the level of Kazakhstan's development index of "e-government" in 2020 - among the first 25 countries  9) index the e-participation of the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2020 - among the first 20 countries  10) the number of available local media in Kazakhstan to 2020 – 2280  11) the proportion of the population satisfying the basic information needs at the expense of the domestic media (according to sociological research), in 2020 – 53%
  25. 25. Industrial ICT.  References  1. June J. Parsons and Dan Oja, New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 16th Edition - Comprehensive, Thomson Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc Cambridge, MA, COPYRIGHT © 2014.  2. Lorenzo Cantoni (University of Lugano, Switzerland) James A. Danowski (University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA) Communication and Technology, 576 pages.  3. Craig Van Slyke Information Communication Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (6 Volumes). ISBN13: 9781599049496, 2008, Pages: 4288  4. Utelbaeva A.K.,Utelbaeva A.K. Study guide for lectures on discipline “Computer science”, Shimkent 2008, 84 pages. 
  26. 26. Industrial ICT.  References  1. June J. Parsons and Dan Oja, New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 16th Edition - Comprehensive, Thomson Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc Cambridge, MA, COPYRIGHT © 2014.  2. Lorenzo Cantoni (University of Lugano, Switzerland) James A. Danowski (University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA) Communication and Technology, 2015, 576 pages.  3. Craig Van Slyke Information Communication Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (6 Volumes). ISBN13: 9781599049496, 2012, Pages: 4288  4. Utelbaeva A.K.,Utelbaeva A.K. Study guide for lectures on discipline “Computer science”, Shimkent 2008, 84 pages.  5. Business Fundamentals: Hands-on training manual / Ed. YB Rubin, M-2014  6. Mushroom VD Business Basics: A Tutorial. - M .: Finance and Statistics, 2016  7. Fundamentals of business activities. Financial management. Marketing / Ed. VM Vlasova - M .: Finance and Statistics, 2015.  8. Указ Президента Республики Казахстан от 1 февраля 2010 года № 922 «О Стратегическом плане развития Республики Казахстан до 2020 года» 
  27. 27. Industrial ICT.  Resources: 1. http: //refleader.ru/jgeujgrnayfsyfs.html 2. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 3. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/ http://www.intuit.ru/studies/courses/673/529/lecture/ 4. http://www.openbookproject.net/courses/intro2ict/hardware/internal.html 5. http://www.irma-international.org/chapter/supporting-self-regulated-learning-ict/13429/ 6. http://bookboon.com/en/it-programming-ebooks 7. http://www.e-booksdirectory.com/listing.php?category=475 8. http://www.freebookcentre.net/

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