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For introductory courses in computer concepts often including instruction in Microsoft Office.Explores the promises and challenges of information technology, along with its effect on businesses, people, society, and the future.Tomorrow's Technology and You explores information technology on three levels:Explanations: Clearly explains what a computer is and what it can (and can't) do; it clearly explains the basics of information technology, from multimedia PCs to the Internet and beyond.Applications: Illustrates how computers and networks are and will be used as practical tools to solve a wide variety of problems.Implications: Puts technology in a human context, illustrating how digital devices and networks affect our lives, our world, and our future.Previous Editions:Tomorrow's Technology and You, Eigth EditionComputer Confluence: Tomorrow's Technology and You, Seventh Edition
Table of Contents
|About this Book|
|Our Digital Planet|
|Hardware Basics: Inside the Box|
|Hardware Basics: Peripherals|
|Software Basics: The Ghost in the Machine|
|Graphics, Digital Media, and Multimedia|
|Database Applications and Privacy Implications|
|Networking and Digital Communication|
|The Evolving Internet|
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