GIS (Geographic Information Systems) examples for the ITGS classroom: learn about endangered species, natural disasters, and the environment.
Companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo all have vast data centres with thousands of computer servers storing users’ ‘cloud’ data.
Here are six ITGS-related infographics covering a range of topics and strands in the ITGS syllabus, from Business and Employment to Healthcare and hardware.
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are an important part of the ITGS syllabus, and now Google Earth Pro, once a $399 licence, is now available for free.
If you are throwing away a computer or hard disk, you should take precautions to destroy the data on the disk first. There are several ways to achieve this.
This Geographic Information System (GIS) depicts the number of people living within 75 kilometres of a nuclear power plant – a great example for ITGS.
These two ITGS videos explore some of the possible environmental impacts of IT. They cover computing in the cloud and issues of e-waste.