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1Mudji Rachmat Ramelan / email@example.com Teknologi InformasiMudji Rachmat Ramelan /
2EDUCATION Formal Non Formal MBA, on Information Technology, 2005 Meinders Business School, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma.B.Sc. Management Marketing Management FE-UNILANon FormalMCP (Microsoft Certified Professionals) on Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional, Dbase III+ Programming, Paradox Programming, Novell Operating System, CCNA, Oracle 8, Sun Thin ClientDiving Certificate Scuba Diver 3 1 Star Diver CMAS / POSSIShort Course in internet Technology Prince of Songkha University, Phuket ThailandShort Course Training on Information Technology Develop ment at Kunsan Vocational Training Institute, South KoreaShort course for INHERENT administrator, ITB, Bandung
3Pengalaman (1999 – now) Lecturer at Management Department, FE UNILA (1996) Network Administrator Buletin Board Service - UNILA(1999) TA at Medical Faculty, Sriwijaya University Palembang( ) Administrator Project for UNILA–LAMPUNG node on with AI3 (Asia Internet Initiatives Interconnection)(1999–2000) Network Design Team for (SIAKAD) UNILA(1997–2002) IT Procurement Unit LPIU-DUE Project UNILA(1996 – 2002) Network Design Team and IU UNILA BACKBONE(2002 ) Procurement Unit for TPSDP–UNILA cooperation with BINUS (Bina Nusantara), GUNADARMA, BUMIGORA University.Task Force Inherent K2 Universitas Lampung 2006Procurement IMHERE Project UNILA nowSecretaries INHERENT Local Node UNILA nowKoordinator BBS-Unilanet Pusat Pelayanan Internet PUSKOM UNILA – July now
4Courses Sistem Informasi Manajemen E-Commerce Teknologi Informasi Pengantar Aplikasi KomputerPemasaran International
5Website Penting ftp://ftp.unila.ac.id/ http://video.unila.ac.id/ Website Utama UnilaWebsite mahasiswaWebsite INHERENTWebsite JARDIKNASWebsite mata kuliah iniBlog UnilaMessenger UnilaHiburanftp://ftp.unila.ac.id/
6Trend Information Technology Global Information Technology as part of Information systemAn information system (IS)collects, processes, stores, analyzes, and disseminates information for a specific purpose.Like any other system, an information system includesinputs (data, instructions) andoutputs (reports, calculations).It processes the inputs by using technology such as PCs and produces outputs that are sent to users or to other systems via electronic networks anda feedback mechanism that controls the operation.
7Information Technology Refers to technological side of an information system, includes the hardware, database, software, network and other devices.OrThe collection of computing systems used by an organizationSome times the term IT also used interchangeably with information systemMay even be used in a Broadway to describe a collection of several information system, users and management for an entire organization
8World Trend Digital Economy Outsourcing Certification Internet WirelessVO-IP
9Digital EconomyAn economy based on digital technologies, including communication networks (the Internet , intranets, and extranets), computers, software, and other related technologies; also sometimes called the Internet economy, the new economy, or the Web economy .
10The New Economy VS. The Old Economy ExampleOldNewBuying and selling text bookVisit the bookstoreVisit web site for publishers and retailersRegistering for classesWalk around campus to Departments, Registrar’s office, etc.Access campus web sitePhotographyBuy film, use camera, take picture, take it for processingUse digital cameraPaying for GasolineFill up your car, go inside, pay cash or credit cardUse speed pass token wave over the sensor and goPaying the TransportationPay cash, metal tokensMetro cards electronic cardsPaying for goodsVisit store, take the item, pay , goUse self – service kiosksSupplying commercial photosUse newspapers, paper, catalog or on lineUse hub-like supply chain with digitized picture
11Business Model in the Digital Economy The Internet is revolutionizing the economic, societal, and technological foundations of the old economy. Organization are developing new models for business, the economy, and government11
12Business ModelA method of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself; spells out how the company adds value to its products or services.13
13The Three Types of Business Pressure Market Pressure:The global economy and strong competitionThe changing nature of the workforcePowerful customers.Technology Pressures:Technological Innovation and ObsolescenceInformation Overload.Societal Pressure:Social responsibilityGovernment regulation and DeregulationSpending for social programsProtection Against Terrorist Attacks / Crime.Ethical Issues18
14Trend IT di Unila Fiber Optic connection Internet Information system Web ApplicationE-learningWirelessVO-IP