information and communications technology

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information and communications technology ‎(uncountable)

  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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