Increasing the productivity of information technology (IT) resources--people and equipment--is the key challenge managers of information technology face today.
What does INTEC stand for?
INTEC stands for Information Technology (Ghent University department)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 3 other meanings of INTEC in our Acronym Attic
- Interrupt Control Register
- Interchange Control Utility
- International Near-Term Deployment (nuclear energy; Generation IV International Forum; Nuclear Energy Advisory Committee)
- International Network Technology Development
- International Nuclear Target Development
- Introduction to Interior Design (various locations)
- International Direct Distance Dialing
- Information Technology
- Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center
- Inland Northwest Technology Education Center (Spokane, WA)
- Institut National des Techniques Économiques et Comptables (National Technical Institute for Business and Accounting; Paris, France)
- Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic)
- International Netcourse Teacher Enhancement Coalition
- Instituto Técnico de Capacitación y Productividad (Spanish: Technical Institute for Training and Productivity; Guatemala)
- Institute for New Technologies
- Instituto de Tecnologia y Ciencias Marinas (Integrated Manufacturing Environments)
- Instituto Tecnolóxico para o Control do Medio Mariño de Galicia
- Instituto de Normas Técnicas de Costa Rica
- International Association for Ecology
Samples in periodicals archive:
Abstract The integration of information technology into teaching and learning requires both effective technology support and intensive training.
But these same studies also indicate that spending less on information technology is not a factor in increasing returns.
Information technology is having a broad effect on almost every facet of human life.
Chief executives - even the most successful among them - must re-engineer their attitudes toward information technology to survive in today's increasingly competitive climate.
Information technology pervades the service sector of the economy.
2 percent annually in real growth over the forecast period, while Department of Defense (DoD) funding for information technology will decline at a rate of -2.
over the decade on information technology has been wasted.