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Adults in employment This is a report on how my step dad, rob cook uses ICT at his work place which is build base in Nottingham. This is a builder's yard but he works as a lorry driver. Rob uses ict a lot in his workplace and here are five examples of what he uses: 1.mobile phone 2.internet 3.Laptop 4.satellite navigation system(gps) 5.e-mails Rob uses his mobile in lots of different ways at work. One-way is for phoning back to his boss to find out information i.e. what's my next job. This saves time a lot, as he doesn't have to go all the back to build base to get his next job this saves a lot of time. ...read more.


His laptop helps him in more then a few ways he can show the customer the different types of equipment and stuff he sells with out having to carry around loads of catalogues. He can also do ruff quotes on it for the customers. This helps him and the business a lot as it speed the process up. This is more beneficial to his company then it is to him as it helps the customers make up there minds quicker and he can get in touch with the companies site so he can show the other customers what is for sale and what prices they go on sale for. ...read more.


It also tells the company where the driver is at that exact moment so they can check if the driver is slacking or not. He uses email for writing quick notes to his boss and he can send quotes for his laptop to the customers computer he also uses it to send documents to his boss and other people. His email system meets his needs as he can write notes to his boss and make sure he gets them in a short amount of time, which is useful when he has lots of work to do in little time. It is more reliable then leaving a note on his table as he might put something on top of it and not see it. Kieran Bryan khctc 9015 ...read more.

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