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ICT is a contemporary term that refers to the convergence of telecommunications and IT at various levels and facets. The objective is to enable provisioning configurable sets of services, largely independent on terminal devices, location, and network access method; over a seamless core network infrastructure. ICT convergence is driven by a continuum of advances in software, hardware, and telecommunications capabilities; exchanging synergies and creating 'endless' end user possibilities. Evolution towards converged service provisioning and consumption may take various alternate paths from current state-of-the-art in each of the constituent industry disciplines.
The ICT market has swiftly shaped into systems developers and services providers, along with a median spectrum of solutions providers and systems integrators. Of course at the other end, there are the end-user services consumers. All parties are concerned with various aspects of a highly exponentially growing technologies and management methodologies and practices in every pertinent field from component devices, through software and hardware implementations, to core and access network protocols.
This portal proposes a taxonomy and knowledge development framework of the various facets of the related winding disciplines based on the currently prominent structured information management methodology: DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture), initially developed at IBM and later donated to OASIS that now owns the standard and its future development.
Information Architecture with XML
Knowledge Management with XML
Information development with DITA
See this site in DITA Webhelp
KM for a large data center
KM for an HPC supplier
Public KM with DITA