1. Definition of Information Technology Systems
Systems are defined as a set of procedures that are interrelated and interconnected to do a task together. Technology is a development of applications or tools, both in the form of machines, materials to processes that help humans to do some work and solve problems. While information in general is the result of a process or manipulation that has a value of knowledge for the users.
So in general, information technology systems are a set of useful technological procedures for processing data, processing, compiling, organizing, obtaining and completing data manipulation together that produce quality and accurate information.
2. Examples of the Development of Information Technology
When viewed at the present time the development of information technology, especially in Indonesia, is developing. With the existence of information technology can facilitate us to learn and get information that we need from anywhere, anytime, and from anyone. Here are some examples of developments in information technology in several fields:
1. In Education
• Electronic Books
Electronic books or e-books are technologies that use computers to display multimedia information in a concise and dynamic form. In an e-book, sound, graphics, images, animation, and movie integrations can be integrated so that the information presented is richer than conventional books.
A broader definition is stated in the SEAMOLEC working paper, namely e-learning is learning through electronic services. Although there are various definitions but basically it is agreed that e-learning is learning by utilizing electronic technology as a means of presenting and distributing information.
2. In Economics
E-bangking is defined as the automatic delivery of bank services and products directly to customers through electronic, interactive communication channels. E-bangking includes a system that allows bank customers, both individuals and businesses to access accounts, conduct business transactions, or obtain information on bank products and services through private or public networks, including the internet.
Electronic commerce or e-commerce is the distribution, purchase, sale, marketing of goods and services through electronic systems such as the internet or television or other computer networks. E-commerce can also involve electronic funds transfers, electronic data exchanges, automated inventory management systems, and automatic data collection systems.