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  1. 1. SEMINAR MLI-101
  2. 2. Topic INFORMATION INFRASTURE Mr B Sahoo
  3. 3. INFORMATION a sequence of symbols that can be interpreted as a message Information can be recorded as signs, or transmitted as signals. Information is any kind of that affects the state of a dynamic system.
  4. 4. INFRASTRUCTURE is basic physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of a society or enterprise the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function. It can be generally defined as the set of interconnected structural elements that provide framework supporting an entire structure of development. the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function. It can be generally defined as the set of interconnected structural elements that provide framework supporting an e
  5. 5. INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE • "The term information infrastructure refers to the communications networks and associated software that support interaction among people and organizations. The Internet is the phenomenon that has driven the debate to date. The term Information Infrastructure is useful as a collective term for present networks (i.e. the Internet) and likely future facilities.
  6. 6. LEVELS OF IFORMATIONN INFRASTRUCTURE • NATIONAL • REGIONAL • GLOBAL
  7. 7. NATIONAL IFORMATIONN INFRASTRUCTURE(NII) In recent years the subject of National Information Infrastructure (NII) has been receiving greater attention in both scholarly and trade publications. The issue is expected to have significant implications for the use of electronic communication in education, business, industry, and government. The NII is expected to provide for “ the integration of software, hardware and skills that will make it easy and affordable to connect people with each other, with computers, and with a vast array of services and information resources FOR EXAMPLE- “COMMUNICATION NETWORKS INCLUDING COMPUTERS, TELEVISIONS, TELEPHONES AND SATELLITES” IS EXPECTED TO FOREVER ALTER THE WAY PEOPLE “LIVE, LEARN, WORK AND COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER BOTH WITHIN THE COUNTRY AND AROUND THE WORLD”.
  8. 8. REGIONAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE • It has the same meaning as NII as regional information infrastructure confined to specific geographical region or a particular organization . • For Example- • NIC, the premier ICT organisation of Govt of India • National Informatics Centre (NIC) is a premier institution of the Government of India, established in 1976, for providing e-Government / e- Governance Solutions adopting best practices, integrated services and global solutions in Government Sector.
  9. 9. GLOBAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE(GII) THE PRESENCE OF A GLOBAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE IS THAT GOVERNMENT; BUSINESS COMMUNITIES, AND INDIVIDUALS CAN COOPERATE TO LINK THE WORLD’S TELECOMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER NETWORKS TOGETHER INTO A VAST CONSTELLATION CAPABLE OF CARRYING DIGITAL AND ANALOG SIGNALS IN SUPPORT OF EVERY CONCEIVABLE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION APPLICATION. FOR EXAMPLE- CONSTELLATION OF NETWORKS WILL PROMOTE AN INFORMATION SOCIETY THAT BENEFITS ALL: PEACE, FRIENDSHIP, AND COOPERATION THROUGH INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS; EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ACCESS TO INFORMATION FOR EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND SOCIAL GOOD; MORE PRODUCTIVE LABOR THROUGH TECHNOLOGY-ENRICHED ENVIRONMENTS; AND STRONGER ECONOMICS THROUGH OPEN COMPETITION IN GLOBAL MARKETS.
  10. 10. GII ARCHITECTURE HAS 4 LAYERS LAYER 4 User infrastructure LAYER 3 Access infrastructure LAYER 2 Application infrastructure LAYER 1 Telecommunication infrastructure GII application may be placed in the following categories: • Entertainment • Information Repository • Trading and Commerce • information Distribution
  11. 11. THE ROLE OF LIBRARIES IN INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE – Libraries are inherently information institutions – Libraries rely heavily on computers and computer networks, at least in developed countries. – Considered central to the development of information infrastructure in most countries, – These challenges involve the following issues:- 1. Invisible infrastructure 2. Content and collections 3. Preservation and access 4. Institutional boundaries
  12. 12. CONCLUSION . To day information infrastructure is the backbone of a developing countries. The evolution of internet change the structure of world. NEIS (Network Electronic Information Society activities are center around networks and the main commodity on the network is electronic information in digital form. Benefits of e-commerce are reduced cost ,increased revenues, large costumer base, innovative product& service and customer satisfaction

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