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Managing It Infrastructure For Information Society Development. The Albanian Case

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  • Ermelinda Kordha

    () (University of Vlora,Albania)

  • Klodiana Gorica

    () (University of Tirana, Albania)

  • Lavdosh Ahmetaj

    ()

Abstract

Information has become an important element without which society cannot achieve its objectives. The term “information society” is increasingly used nowadays, instead of the terms “production” or “consumption society”, because of the importance and necessity of information in today's dynamic environment. Since IT became commercial in the early 1990s, it has diffused rapidly in developed countries but generally slowly in developing ones. The ICT development requires preparation, largely in the form of investment in network infrastructure, skills and regulatory frameworks. So the physical infrastructure of information systems is one of the important components of the information society. The aim of this paper is to identify ICT infrastructure indicator and to find what factors Albania need to take in consideration for managing ICT infrastructure to compare with other countries for building an information society. Many technological changes have brought new developments in IT infrastructure, such as data and digitalization, packet switching and broadband networks, as well as increased role of wireless and Internet. Albania, as a developing country have tried do benefit in maximum from these developments, focusing in the IT infrastructure management as one of the elements for building information society.

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  • Ermelinda Kordha & Klodiana Gorica & Lavdosh Ahmetaj, 2011. "Managing It Infrastructure For Information Society Development. The Albanian Case," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 6(2), pages 122-131, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:6:y:2011:i:2:p:122-131
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