Time to completeApprox. 10 hours
Certificate of completionIncluded with paid plans
About this course
Information Technology, commonly referred to as IT, refers to the use of technology to organize, store, share, and process information. The IT industry is growing quickly as companies become more technology-based and the need to manage information becomes increasingly vital. Introduction to IT is geared towards complete beginners looking to take their first steps into the world of Information Technology.
Syllabus6 lessons • 1 projects • 7 quizzes
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Frequently asked questions about IT
Information technology (IT) is a broad field that encompasses all of the technologies used to communicate and store and process information. It’s all around us — from laptops and smartphones to servers and self-driving cars.