David Hawk, Minna Takala, and Alok Chakrabarti
ICT has been sufficiently developed to become another commodity infrastructure but there is more to it. It is argued that the technical dimension will not really be a key factor in future development and that further growth, development and change is coming from the perceived potential in novel and innovative human-directed applications of the technical infrastructure. This shift from ICT to ITC is explored.
David Hawk, Minna Takala, and Alok Chakrabarti, "Information & Communication Technology Divergence in the Context of Information & Communication Technology", Proceedings of the INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and Management Science, at San Antonio, Texas, November 5-8, 2000.
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