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The work-related, social and personal impacts of ICT on an adult in employment. The adult that I shall be investigating will be my uncle, Sajid Kohya. My uncle is a Chartered Accountant working in London

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The impact of ICT on an Adult in Employment, including the effects on his/her working style I shall be studying and talking about the work-related, social and personal impacts of ICT on an adult in employment. The adult that I shall be investigating will be my uncle, Sajid Kohya. My uncle is a Chartered Accountant working in London. His job includes many things, mainly investigating the culprits of bankrupt businesses. He uses a number of different types of ICT related hardware and software. I will be showing how all this relates to his work-related, social and personal life during his employment. 1. Work-related: Sajid uses many different programs. ...read more.

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So, in evaluation, the computerized system is far better than the old paper-based system because much time is saved which results in the life of Sajid being made a lot easier. 2. Personal issues: Sajid uses Microsoft Access to run a. personal telephone diary to store all of his family and friends numbers. If he was using a hand-written diary, then it would easily have got lost and adjustments on the diary would be very hard to make. On access it is easy to edit, and, if backups are made, then the Microsoft Access diary would not get lost. An advantage of the computer diary would be that the diary could be easily stored, without using big books, and it can be edited easily without scribbling out. ...read more.

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3. Social issues: My uncle also uses the Internet to send e-mail to his fianc�e, Saleha. He sends her messages and she sends them back. An advantage of this system is that the message reaches Saleha instantly and vice-versa. Also, you can add many attachments to the e-mail which you cannot do with hand-written letters. Hand-written letters would take long to reach his fianc�e so e-mail is the best option. So in evaluation, e-mail is victorious over handwritten letters as the letters would take long to write and send to Saleha. * Work related: My uncle also uses e-mail to send messages to his colleagues, as letters would take too long to reach the recipients. ?? ?? ?? ?? Mohammed Koya ...read more.

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