The computer was Born and raised in the hands of the armed forces, and gained popularity in the hands of the consumer economy, its pioneers and its members. However, its greatest value may prove to neither military nor commercial.
"Computers first applied to complex mathematical issues, for which the military wanted to find appropriate solutions, such as explaining the turbulence of atomic explosions, or predicting the launch of artillery shells," says John Young.
They were subsequently put to work in civic tasks involving the management of amounts of information such as calculating the salaries of large companies, or scheduling answers to statistics questionnaires, for a quarter of a century.
Computers have been seen as strange machines that are not understood and occupied only by geniuses, but computers have changed, so has the role they play, are no longer the preserve of the class of professionals, and have begun to achieve their purposes as regulators in an age of information.
In contrast, the Internet has emerged as a new marketing medium full of future promises. It is wise to observe and learn from the experiences of others in this area, as well as to treat these information media with caution.
The Internet began in the 1960s when the U.S. military decided that it needed secure means to move its information around the world, developed a series of computer links known as ARPA Net, which made it dispense with relying on a single route for its inquiries or intelligence, and academics soon saw the possibilities of the Internet to connect and communicate with each other, and to share research and ideas. Computer enthusiasts also welcomed the enormous potential of the Internet for similar reasons. Thus, for 20 years, the Internet has been known and used by three categories: the American military, academic centers, academics, and computer enthusiasts.
In the 1980s, large companies started using the Internet, while in the 1990s commercial and industrial companies of all kinds and sizes began to connect to the Internet. It is the number of computer networks operating in 90 countries in the world today that make up the Internet, with an increasing and rapid growth in the number of new networks entering the Internet.
Bob Norton says "until the early 1990s, the Internet was mainly used by academics and computer enthusiasts, today, interest in the Internet is growing on a large scale, particularly among businessmen and commercial companies with the Internet project, offering greater and greater opportunities in telecommunications, information gathering, marketing and business transactions".
The Internet is not a huge computer that brings everything together to one central place, but a global network of diverse organizations and institutions, including government departments, universities, and commercial companies that have decided to allow others to connect to their computers and share information.
There is no exclusive owner of the Internet, and the closest that can be described as the governing body of the Internet is many voluntary organizations such as the Internet Society.
Anything from flowers to professional corporate services and software, some sophisticated online marketing commercials can be marketed online, others lack experience and ingenuity, but they are all test ads and the best of them provide you with useful information, as well as their marketing role.
Online marketing strategies include:
1) Lists of goods, items, descriptions, and prices.
2) Announcements of new products, and press releases about them.
3) Promotional information about specific and special sales.
4) View market studies, customer research.
5) Collecting customer service information.
The first companies that looked at online marketing capabilities found a large global market, and filled news group members with advertising and advertising. However, this method was not appropriate because these companies received so many angry calls and complaints, which hindered the operation of their computers, and some of them had to abandon the idea.
Kathy Smith says, "the least expensive form of online advertising is targeting groups, but this approach should be used with caution, especially since it takes time to identify target groups".
The business community initially faced the problem of the Internet having a moral charter, making it a network of private groups, with common interests and interests, operating in accordance with the principle of mutual assistance without commercial gain. The first attempts by the world of commerce to sell goods and services on the Internet were met with anger from the Internet community, and even one business was initially removed from the network.
The business community realized the potential of the Internet in the 1990s, with 70-80% of new internet subscriptions now being boosted by three key elements: rising sales of personal computers, the development of the Arab world wide web, the promotion of the Internet through the media, and the business community realizing a mass market accessible over the Internet.
It has opened up the Internet and will continue to open up enormous internal ways in our personal, working and scientific lives.
To illustrate this aspect, we ask the following questions about the future of the Internet.
1) Do most large companies encourage the conduct of business transactions by remote communications?
2) Will security and security measures and secure online cash exchange be available?
3) Will government policies for the Internet appear.
4) Can you get high-speed, high-speed, performance and capacity cables in the future?
5) Can online business operations be guaranteed at high performance levels?
Therefore, the environmental and human costs of their production and use, and the costs that drive the computerization of the world, should be taken into account. These devices have become the main consumer of electricity in industrialized countries.
The computer industry, which has grown so rapidly that it has become one of the largest and most powerful in the world, its environmental impacts. If these instruments are to help us establish a sustainable society, all these environmental problems must be addressed .
One of the reasons for the interest in the effects and production of computers is that both computer technology and the computer industry have evolved at staggering rates. Computers are heavily concentrated in industrialized countries. The computer industry, including software, estimated to be worth $360 billion worldwide per year.
The computer sector is distinctly different from traditional industries; the small size and high value of its products make it cheaper to charge them long distances; and the widespread use of computers in international telecommunications has given manufacturers the flexibility to locate production.
The computer is loose technical cannon, a device with enormous potential to change the environmental and economic health of the better or for worse. It is noteworthy that we understand little about the ecosystems of our planet or about the millions of species of organisms that make up these systems.
The computer offers an enormous ability to collect, store and organize information, which can help us understand the global environment through observation and modelling.
One form of industrial control is the follow-up to pollution, i.e. the identification of toxic substances being released, in any place, in quantities and before.
In addition to being able to provide an effective means of storing and retrieving information, computers can speed up and facilitate the collection and facilitation of such information. A wide variety of environmentally important data is still few. According to a study by the World Resources Institute, there is global control of pollution flows across state borders, ultraviolet radiation or acid rain.
In addition to the capabilities of computers, they help to design a wide range of products, with low environmental impacts. Computer networks provide vast resources and reliable comprehensive information, are cheap and affordable to ordinary citizens and it allow people to scrutinize large sets of environmental data, looking for the information they want.
The production of computers is not as clean as green attitudes suggest, the electronic industry uses a large number of toxic or environmentally endangered substances, many of which seep into work sites and the environment. Computers have also not reduced the environmental impacts of those who use them.
The environmental impacts of computers have had physical effects on those who use them, because thousands of people now suffer from wrist infections, staring at computer screens for long hours also causes vision problems and to the injuries associated with spending long hours in front of the computer keyboard.
In conclusion, I say, from the very beginning, man was and still is a toolmaker and the importance of any tool lies not in its technical charm but in how it is used.
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