What is CIT?
CIT stands for Computer Information Technology and is defined as;
“the use and study of computers, networks, computer languages and databases within an organisation to solve real problems.”
Whilst that definition has come from a university and, in the quoted use applies to one of their majoring courses, it accurately describes a large proportion of the work that I’m doing towards my CompTIA A+ certification.
More on Computer Information Technologies
Considering the huge variety of devices available and the equally large variety of tasks that these devices can be designed to do, it probably isn’t too much of a surprise to discover that the subject matter of CIT is a particularly wide one, covering a vast range of different topics and subsets of subject matter.
In order to keep it relatively easy to locate specific topics and subject matter, all of the articles are grouped into categories.
- Computer Hardware
- Computer Networking
- CIT Troubleshooting
Latest CIT Articles
Below are the site’s latest Computer Information Technology articles.
- Computer Input/Output Devices 26/5/2017 - An introduction to some of the more common input/output devices
- Computer Audio Output Devices: Surround Sound 25/5/2017 - Computer Audio Output Devices: Setting up Surround Sound Sytems
- Security Input Devices 24/5/2017 - A look at a range of available security input devices
- Multimedia & Optical Input Devices 5/5/2017 - Some of the more common multimedia and optical input devices
- Pointing Devices 3/5/2017 - A look at some common computer pointing devices