the Information Technology Revolution

host on "Open Line" (Moody Broadcasting Network). As previously discussed, each wave of technology creates a set of waste previously unknown by humans. The technological ability to do something is not the same as a moral imperative to. Machlup divided information use into three classes: instrumental, intellectual, and pastime knowledge. Created in the image of God, human beings have spiritual dimensions.

Talking about IT, Information technology (IT as defined by the iata, is, "The study, the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware." IT deals with the use of electronic computer and computer software to convert. The many chemical processes we use to make products fit this description of technology. This shows a dramatic shift in the way youth see their future unfolding. Talking of life, about fifty years, back the line, no one was familiar with what is called. As Reid Hoffman asserted in his best-selling book, The Start-up of You, "people ought to treat themselves as a start-up." This means that we need to develop a high tolerance for ambiguity and a readiness to redirect or adjust our course with the changing environment. Computers are a wonderful tool, but Christians should constantly evaluate their impact as we live through the information revolution.

In essence, technology is the systematic modification of the environment for human ends. Technology often enables organizational and bureaucratic group structures that otherwise and heretofore were simply not possible. Today, the term information technology has ballooned to encompass many aspects of computing and technology and the term is more recognizable than ever before. Unless better methods of security are found, professional criminals will begin to crack computer security codes and gain quick access into sensitive files. 15 More recent estimates have reached the following results: 16 the worlds technological capacity to receive information through one-way broadcast networks grew at a sustained compound annual growth rate of 2007; the world's technological capacity to store information grew at a sustained compound annual growth. Now most people have access to information because of increasing numbers of personal computers and increased access to information through the Internet. Computer crimes are often nothing more than fraud, larceny, and embezzlement carried out by more sophisticated means.