ARE COMPUTERS GOOD TO US?
economically, our world is being polluted in production and usage of electricity. But aside from that, Computers and new technology is making life easier for everyone and is becoming easier each day. But with so much freedom we need to become more responsible with our health. With all these new computers and technology there are more people not keeping fit because of such addictions in front of a computer.
All in all, there are alot of things that we favor with computers. such as; Online profiles (myspace, facebook, bebo..etc), Online Shopping (Ebay, online shops), Forums and online communities, E-mail and instant messeging... and so much more. The computers and internet has brought the world to talk to each other bring people around the world closer no matter where they are. The internet brings knowledge and you can learn many things from it with the information it can provide.
The internet is extremely powerful but with this power needs to be resposibilty again, as people use the internet as a weapon like hacking and viruses. People have shut down certain sites to prove that they can do such things as a threat. There is information on the internet which help people succesfully commit crimes on the streets without being caught.
In conclusion, computers and the new technology is good for the world. But i also think that it at least to be controlled more. To make it limited in someway with certain information
Computers have transformed the workplace and society as a whole. People and organizations have become dependent on computers to connect them to co-workers, vendors, customers and information. Computers are used to track schedules, streamline information and provide needed data. Although computers have provided workers countless tools for business and easier access to information nearby or abroad, there are negative effects. These include more than the obviously dreaded system failures and cyber crimes. Communication Breakdowns
Due to the prevalence of computers in the workplace, email is now a common mode of professional communication. This has caused a plethora of miscommunication issues. Many employees lack comprehensive writing skills and can therefore struggle with successfully communicating messages. Yet, even the most-skilled writer can still have trouble with conveying tone in electronic messages. Therefore, without the use of inflection and body language, messages meant as neutral or even complimentary can be interpreted as rude or critical. To add to this, many workers are so dependent on email that they have not successfully built a positive foundation relationship via face time or phone calls. Increased Stress
Learning new computer skills and programs can put stress on workers, especially older or less-educated workers. In addition to this, employees are constantly connected to co-workers, clients, vendors and business networks throughout the workday. Because interactions can happen instantaneously, often with a desire for instant responses, this can cause additional stress in the workplace. Distractions
According to CNET News, office workers are interrupted approximately every three minutes by emails, instant messages, phone calls or other distractions. This causes overall lower productivity as it takes eight minutes for the brain to achieve a creative state. Aside from legitimate work-based interruptions, employers are also competing against technology-driven distractions such as social media, online games, news feeds and even pornography. Disconnectedness
A sense of disconnectedness can stem from a various areas. According to Communications Workers of America, “many jobs have become more fragmented and job tasks have been narrowed, leaving workers more disconnected from the final product.” This disconnectedness can lead to less workplace satisfaction and more workplace boredom. Also, collaborating and communicating via computers instead...
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