We have taken steps on the way to the future that cannot be resumed or undone. The importance of electronic technology is now ingrained in every fiber of our society, from the lowest station to the coveted office of our country’s president.
The importance of electronic technology flourishes with abandon, doubling every fourteen to twenty-four months, constantly becoming what we will never live without, thanks to the growth of technology. Time-consuming tasks that once took hours or even days are now accomplished in minuets.
Computers and the Internet provide various new methods that have been incorporated for dealing with normal business activities, growing and being personalized to the point of being strongly integrated into current structures.
Without the importance of electronic technology, routine tasks that only take a few moments, thanks to the computer, would otherwise have taken hours or even days for the mere compilation of information.
The importance of electronic technology in communications is where news is most in demand. As one of the fastest growing industries in the world, the cell phone has revolutionized the way we live and communicate with each other and with the world.
Everyone wants to be informed when a new innovation in the mobile phone industry is unveiled. The addition of the Internet, along with GPS navigation systems, has sent the staggering communications industries to the bank under the weight of the money they earn.
Technology in the health care system alone has had long lasting effects. The speed and storage capacity of computers has simplified and increased the efficiency of archiving systems, which is only the tip of the technological iceberg.
Many hospital systems connect entire departments, from their physicians to accounting, pharmacy, and billing departments. All of them use a system called HIS. HIS is a (hospital information system). HIS is software used by all hospitals and integrates most of their departments.
I believe that the breakthroughs in the field of electronic technology in the education system need to be further explored. The outrageous cost of a good college education borders on criminal theft.
By placing an unattainable price for some on the education of their choice, the education system not only steals their future, but deprives society of their potential contribution.
Source by G.W. Moran