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Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) describes the remarkable, new data computing and telecommunications tools evolving in our modern world, their current uses, and the directions in which they are developing.

ICT impacts nearly every aspect of our world today, including the ways in which we interact with one another, manage our lives, and operate our economies.

Every bank, manufacturer, retail and service provider, school, healthcare, energy and transportation system relies on information and communications to coordinate its operations, reach its customers, and interact with its suppliers.   

Governments are using ICT to more effectively and efficiently deliver their services, including: libraries, housing, voting, licensing, law enforcement, courts, emergency and disaster recovery.  Thus, every country, industry, business, and individual, at work and at home, depends on ICT to direct their daily and long-term projects.

When combined with other, more traditional industries, ICT technologies create new products and services frequently known as “smart phones,” “smart homes,” “smart appliances,” “smart cars,” “smart thermostats,” “smart energy grids,” and “intelligent transportation systems.“

ICT provides some creative solutions to issues facing our modern society that are quite positive and important to explore.

TeleFuture International, Inc. (TFII) describes how ICT is currently being used in both developed and developing countries, the economics surrounding ICT, and the laws guiding the technologies.

We seek to inform readers, investors, researchers, business strategists, and regulators to understand the latest advances in ICT in order to use the technologies to their fullest potential.

Sharon provides consulting, speeches, and blogs concerning answers for:

Why ICT is important  |  What it looks like  |  How it can be used  |  What are the costs and benefits  |  What are the challenges  |  How can it help eliminate disparities  |  How it is funded  |  Which laws control ICT

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