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Gareth Davies is an accountant. They make money by saving companies money. He can work from using many different types of technology that aid him in everyday work. He can work from home using the computer and laptop

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Gareth Davies is an accountant. They make money by saving companies money. He can work from using many different types of technology that aid him in everyday work. He can work from home using the computer and laptop to store all his work and uses a remote desktop connection to help him connect with his workplace to let him access files at his workplace. He uses a mobile phone to help him keep in contact with clients, family etc. He uses email for mainly the same reasons as the mobile. He uses his laptop, home computer mobile and email for work. He also uses his laptop, home computer, mobile and email for personal uses as well. Technologies he uses: The Internet Gareth Davies uses the Internet for email and research on anything he needs. ...read more.

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This has helped him with his work by spending less money on diesel and more time with the work by searching the Internet instead of wasting time on looking for items in local shops. Technologies he uses: Digital Camera Gareth Davies used to use a normal camera and take the photos that he took to the local developing station and wait hours for them to be developed but now he has recently bought a digital camera so when he takes pictures if he fills up the memory card or not he takes it home and puts the memory card into the computer and he prints the pictures out straight from the computer instead of waiting its instant. With a normal camera you can have a better quality picture and it can be blown up to an abnormal size with a digital camera when you try to enlarge it you cant see it as well. ...read more.

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Gareth Davies uses a mobile phone for many reasons and not one of them is games. He uses it to contact many of his clients and family it helps him to check up on business and clients and this has a big effect on his working style because if he uses the nearest pay phone then he will eventually run out of time and be cut off and there may not be a pay phone around and he wont be able to contact anyone anytime but with the mobile he can. He used to just use the nearest phone when he makes a call the person on the other end might not be there and when there is a conversation going on he might not be able to hear the other person as clearly as on the mobile and this is because of random background noises. Impact of ICT on Adults Carl.Davies 10 GTA 5/8/2007 ...read more.

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