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IT LECTURE 1
Transcript of IT LECTURE 1
to give form
To have knowledge is to have a clear and correct idea about something.
Data is not Information, Information is not Knowledge, Knowledge is not Wisdom
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010
American or European gesture of "goat"
Don't Get Me Wrong – The Global Gestures Guide
"Good" or "excellent" in the UK, U.S., South Korea, South Africa
"One": France, Poland, Switzerland
"The vulgar insult": Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq
What is it?" Or "What do you want?" In Italy
"Little" or "somewhat" in the Congo
"Beautiful" or "good" in Turkey
"One moment" in Egypt
"Excellent" in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Switzerland
“The vulgar insult” in Brazil
"Get out of here!" In the Czech Republic, Denmark, the Netherlands
"Let's here!" In Ghana, the Philippines, Vietnam
Attributes of information
If information is not available at the time of need, it is useless
Mode and format:
It should be updated time to time
Rate of transmission or reception of information may be represented by time required to understand a particular situation
relation with level of management and operational need
should be complete as possible
COST Benefit Analysis :
degree of importance
the measure suiting the organization may be carefully selected
loss or non processing of data
incorrect data measurement and calculation methods
Value of information:
Cannot be quantified
daily ,Monthly, annual report
Information must have a purpose
cause to believe
Still photographs are the most powerful weapon in the world,
Information has no form..