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The Use of I.T. in the Workplace                           old fashioned typewriter


Computerised technology is increasing both in quantity (increasing number of applications; from car keys, to 'magic eye' wash basins, to speech recognition technology that allows you to talk to your 'phone), and in terms of complexity (for example the revolution in accessibility that has been brought by 'smart' phones, or that your car can park itself...). 

This increase has occurred at an exponential rate in recent years (US Department of Labor), and with these technological innovations, have come commensurate changes in the workplace. However, changes are hard to implement. The evidence suggests that there are several issues in the application of new technology in the workplace:


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