information and communications technology

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information and communications technology (countable and uncountable, plural information and communications technologies)

  1. (computing) The processing of data using computers, and the movement of data between computers.
  2. (computing) The creation of computer systems and applications, especially those that move data around a computer network, between clients and servers, or over the Internet.
  3. (computing) The computing and communications department of an organization.



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