Information Technology Infrastructure Development coverby Zibusiso Ncube ’92

At the turn of the century, technological development was occurring at a rate that boggled the mind. These technological developments were bringing better standards of living to all, yet the gap between the rich and the poor was becoming more pronounced. Developing governments, fearful of foreigners, often enacted repressive laws hampering the development of an information technology infrastructure. Today in developing countries, computers are being introduced to many public schools, whereas earlier, computers were accessible only to private schools or those areas supported by governments for security reasons.

ISBN-13: 978-3639251913. Published by VDM Verlag Dr. Müller; 2010.