Love & IT
by Bayo Omoyiola, Jr.
All over the world since time immemorial, Love has been known to have changed the course of history. It has always been the driving force of every great and noble man. It can be regarded as the brain and power behind the throne and the inspiration behind almost every invention directly or indirectly including Information Technology (IT).
It would be true to say that without passion, the likes of Tim Berner Lee and Bill Gates, the creator of the internet and the pioneer of modern day IT revolution respectively may not have been born and their great ideas may not have seen the light of the day.
Without controversy, Love has brought style, creativity and many more to our world.
In the digital age of today where major businesses and organizations all over the world have embraced IT, the effect of Love cannot be erased. Industrial nations in continents like Europe, North America and Asia rely entirely on IT in conducting the economy, social and political of affairs.
Love has played and is still playing a significant role in this evolving digital age. It`s influence has brought new ways of conducting business and achieving goals at corporate and governmental levels for efficiency, effectiveness and cost saving processes.
The IT industry can be divided into the following areas : IT training, education & learning development, network & support management, application packaging & deployment, call centre & customer relationship management, software design & development, software testing & quality assurance, database management, internet & web development, mobile application development, IT infrastructure security & support, project management, help desk support, technical writing, games designing, financial & medical systems engineering etc.
Embracing these technologies and learning has brought about increase in productivity and profitability to businesses & organization and in the efficient running of government agencies. This has led to the requirement and high rise in the number of skilled professionals in IT.
Through passion, people have a high chance of starting a career in IT through maintenance and support of efficient business solutions and systems and customer relationship management (CRM) support teams etc. Various initiatives have been embarked on by governments and businesses to promote people`s participation and networking in IT.
In the last decade, the industry has undergone changes. There has been a clamp down on highly qualified paper professionals without any hands - on experience. On the other hand, there has been an increase in the demand for practical (hands - on) skilled personnel. Any one desiring to begin a career in IT must now have hands - on experience and skills. All this changes have increased the level of professionalism in the IT sector.
With Love, the interested individuals get the hands - on experience, skills and training and then enter into the amazing world of Information Technology.
Thus far, wonderful experiences have been recorded by many people and without controversy, one can say that the relationship between Love & IT has produced and is still producing great and amazing results that beats the imagination as we see IT expanding every new year at an amazing rate compared to the previous.
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