Global Information

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  • Where Information is held globally and how is it transmitted
    • Holders of information
      • categories
        • government
        • educational institutions
        • charities
        • businesses
        • healthcare
        • individual citizens
        • community organisations
      • location
        • developing; developed; urban; rural; home; workplace
      • comparison of available tech and access issues - the global digital divide -
        • developed & developing countries
    • Types of information storage media
      • paper
      • magnetic
      • solid state
      • characteristics
      • optical
      • purpose
      • advantages / disadvantages
    • The Internet
      • internet connections
        • type
          • copper cable
          • optical fibre
          • satellite
          • microwave
          • mobile data network
        • characteristics
          • speed
          • range
          • storage capacity
      • network of interconnected networks spanning the world
    • WWW technologies
    • Information formats
      • webpages
      • blogs
      • podcasts
      • streamed audio and video
      • social media channels
      • RSS Feeds
        • Purpose
        • Accessibility
      • document stores (upload/download)
    • Disadvantages
      • for individuals
        • cost of data connection
        • identity theft potential
      • for organisations
        • malicious attack threats
        • cost of maintaining websites and data stores
  • information access and storage devices
    • handheld
    • portable
    • fixed
    • shared
    • characteristics
    • purpose
    • advantages / disadvantages
    • Where Information is held globally and how is it transmitted
      • Holders of information
        • categories
          • government
          • educational institutions
          • charities
          • businesses
          • healthcare
          • individual citizens
          • community organisations
        • location
          • developing; developed; urban; rural; home; workplace
        • comparison of available tech and access issues - the global digital divide -
          • developed & developing countries
      • Types of information storage media
        • paper
        • magnetic
        • solid state
        • characteristics
        • optical
        • purpose
        • advantages / disadvantages
      • The Internet
        • internet connections
          • type
            • copper cable
            • optical fibre
            • satellite
            • microwave
            • mobile data network
          • characteristics
            • speed
            • range
            • storage capacity
        • network of interconnected networks spanning the world
      • WWW technologies
      • Information formats
        • webpages
        • blogs
        • podcasts
        • streamed audio and video
        • social media channels
        • RSS Feeds
          • Purpose
          • Accessibility
        • document stores (upload/download)
      • Disadvantages
        • for individuals
          • cost of data connection
          • identity theft potential
        • for organisations
          • malicious attack threats
          • cost of maintaining websites and data stores
  • for organisations
    • accepting payments or donations 24/7
    • share large amounts of information quickly and cheaply between countires
  • types of networks that use www protocol
    • intranet
      • private closed access
    • extranet
      • private part shared access
    • internet
      • public open access

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