3 edition of Mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries found in the catalog.
Mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries
Ahmed Gad Abdel-Wahab
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ahmed Gad Abdel-Wahab and Ahmed Ahmed A. El-Masry, editor|
|LC Classifications||HE8635 .M66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781616928186, 9781616928209|
|LC Control Number||2010027731|
Information and communication technology (ICT) is an extended term for information technology (IT) which stresses the role of unified communications and the integration of telecommunications infrastructure (telephone lines, cable networks, wireless signals), computers and software. ICT enables users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate data. Evolution of Cellular Technologies Introduction relative adoption of wireless versus ﬁxed line is even more dramatic in the developing world. For example, in India, wireless penetration is more than four times that of ﬁxed modulation, and other key technologies that led to the development of the ﬁrst mobile communication Size: KB.
information and communication technology (ICT) innovations, it has become possible to use those technologies to eliminate or greatly reduce barriers to access to justice in those countries. This recent spread of mobile technology in developing countries has literally transformed communication habits. The. Mobile phones support various modes of communication and interaction, have fewer adoption barriers, and are more prevalent than other available technologies in developing countries. However, mobile phone interventions are not without many challenges such as mobile infrastructure, electric infrastructure, access to mobile devices, and Cited by: 9.
This book tells a story about Information and Communication Technologies’ diffusion in 46 economically backward countries between and , offering to the reader a fresh perspective on the Author: Ewa Lechman. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are electronic tools used to convey, manipulate and store information. The exponential growth of Internet access and ICTs greatly influenced social, political, and economic processes in the United States, and by:
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Free shipping for many products. The diverse coverage of mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries presented in this book will contribute to a better understanding of all topics, research, and discoveries in this developing, significant field of study.
In eight emerging and developing countries, about nine-in-ten or more own mobile phones, comparable to the 90% of Americans with cell phones. Unlike other technologies, people in sub-Saharan African nations, including Nigeria, Senegal and Ghana, use mobile phones at similar rates to the rest of the emerging and developing world.
Mobile Telephony and Economic Growth in Developing Economies. In A. Abdel-Wahab, & A. El-Masry (Eds.), Mobile Information Communication Technologies Adoption in Developing Countries: Effects and Implications (pp. ).Author: Heli Virta, Kaisu Puumalainen, Anni Tuppura.
The Critical Mass of Wireless Communications: Differences between Developing and Developed Economies. In Abdel-Wahab, A., & El-Masry, A. (Ed.), Mobile Information Communication Technologies Adoption in Developing Countries: Effects and Implications (pp. ).Cited by: 2. developing countries have only begun to receive the benefits of its influence.
The E-Adoption in Developing Countries collection highlights innovations and approaches towards the implementation of technologies and web applications in developing countries.
This compilation of 16 scholarly titles. Title:Mobile Information Communication Technologies Adoption in Developing Countries: Effects and Implications Author:Ahmed Gad Abdel-Wahab Publisher:IGI Global ISBN ISBN Date Pages Language:English Format: PDF Size MB Description:The mobile technology field is expanding with innovative research and discoveries that expand to all walks of life.
The present study aims to evaluate the impact of information and communication technology (ICT) on the economic growth of selected developing countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region by using a panel Generalized Method of Moment (GMM) growth model over the period – The results extracted from the econometric model show that Cited by: 8.
Mobiles for Development (M4D), a more specific iteration of Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D), refers to the use of mobile technologies in global development strategies. Focusing on the fields of international and socioeconomic development and human rights, M4D relies on the theory that increased access to mobile devices acts as an integral cornerstone in.
to the use of information and communication technologies to benefit education in developing countries. By doing so, it is one modest attempt to highlight particular initiatives, studies and emerging trends that we think, based on our regular interactions with government officials, NGOs,File Size: 1MB.
E-Government is a hot topic. The integration of Information and Communication Technologies into public service delivery worldwide offers a number of promising opportunities.
This text refers in particular to the benefits derived from ubiquitous access to and delivery of government services to citizens, business partners and employees. This book analyses the fundamental technical and non.
Information and Communication Technologies for Development. Strengthening Southern-Driven Cooperation as a Catalyst for ICT4D 15th IFIP WG International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, ICT4DDar es Salaam, Tanzania, May 1–3,Proceedings, Part I.
The book provides a global view of mobile communication technologies penetration, adoption and use. It is global because of the widespread deployment of such technologies worldwide, as the authors by: Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is viewed as both a means and an end for development.
With roughly two-third of the world economy based on services, and the rise of India, Philippines, and other nations as global IT players, many developing countries have accepted ICT as a national mission. Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective (Information Revolution and Global Politics) The book provides a global view of mobile communication technologies penetration, adoption and use.
Further, it sometimes provides a slightly shallow view on a topic, especially when addressing developing countries (allegedly the main 3/5. In: Mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries: effects and implications.
Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, PA., United States, pp. ISBN Adoption of new and emerging communication technologies such as 4G and 5G Penetration and Growth Prospect Mapping Software Defined Radio (SDR) Market. Mobile technologies and rich media: expanding tertiary education opportunities in developing countries.
In: Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad and El-Masry, Ahmed Ahmed A. eds. Mobile Information Communication Technologies Adoption in Developing Countries: Effects and Implications. ICT Information and communication technologies These include rapid advances in mobile technologies and applications, a rise Competing health system priorities was consistently rated as the greatest barrier to mHealth adoption by responding countries.
Health systems worldwide are under increasing pressure to perform under. Abstract. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have penetrated even some of the poorest developing countries. These include the sudden increase of mobile phone use, advent of the internet with its introduction of globalised social networking sites, information and communications technology (ICT) services and saturation of computerised by: 3.Core Functions Other Functions; 1.
Health information and data includes medical and nursing diagnoses, a medication list, allergies, demographics, clinical narratives, and laboratory test results. 5. Electronic communication and connectivity enables those involved in patient care to communicate effectively with each other and with the patient.
2. Results management manages electronically all Cited by: 3.(SMEs), the analysis of the impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) on SMEs in emerging countries was conducted.
The paper seeks to develop the conception of adaptive business process management on SMEs in the developing countries. Keywords: information and communication technologies, mobile technologies,File Size: KB.