Is IT industry growing up well?
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First of all, I want to give the definition of the motion. Information technology (IT) is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise(Wikipedia.org). I would like to creare a picture for you. Compare please last 15 years and now which devices you used at that period. You would easiliy notice, there are big and major changes on these devices and technology. I have two arguments for now.
1) My frst argument is today you cannot a lot of devices to one another which was impossible nearly 15 years ago. You can use several USB and HDMI cables for connecting your television, mobile telephone, tablets and other devices.
2) My second argument is new technoloical devices are created frequently. For example, I bought my Samsung Galaxy SIII in 2012 december, but now even Samsung Galaxy S VI are being sold now.
These are all big and major changes. So, if you look carefully, you will be able to identify these major differences and this major development in the IT industry.
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Vote Placed by Midnight1131 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con never gave any real arguments or facts. Pro showed that there have been advancements in technology recently, and gave examples. Con kind of dropped this point entirely, and then tried to connect technological advancement to the recession, without giving facts to back it up. Due to the lack of arguments and facts from Con, I give arguments to Pro.
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