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  1. 1. platforms that we can use in creating the following i.c.t content
  2. 2. CONTENTS a) Presentation/Visualization b) Cloud Computing c) Social Media d) File Management e) Web Page Creation f) Blog g) Mapping h) Music Creation
  3. 3. Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program, created by Robert Gaskins and Dennis Austin at a software company named Forethought, Inc. It was released on April 20, 1987, initially for Macintosh System Operating system based computers only. Presentation Microsoft PowerPoint
  4. 4. Prezi is another template-based presentation solution that you can use to create persuasive and engaging presentations with unique movement between "slides" and key points. Presentation Prezi
  5. 5. Canva is an online platform that provides templates for a wide range of business-related publications, like resumes, newsletters, business cards, media kits, brochures and infographics. Presentation Canva
  6. 6. SlideShare is an American hosting service for professional content including presentations, infographics, documents, and videos. Users can upload files privately or publicly in PowerPoint, Word, PDF, or OpenDocument format. Content can then be viewed on the site itself, on hand held devices or embedded on other sites. Presentation SlideShare
  7. 7. Powtoon is an animated presentation and video platform for creating short informational videos and presentations about your brand or product. Presentation Powtoon
  8. 8. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon (a leading company in eCommerce). Under the umbrella term of AWS, Amazon provides on-demand cloud computing platforms like storage, data analysis, etc. With a whopping 35% market share, Amazon lends its services to individuals, companies, and governments. Amazon Web Services allow their subscribers to enjoy a full-fledged virtual cluster of computers, at any time, based on their requirements. The entire service is enabled through the internet. CloudComputing Amazon Web Services
  9. 9. Google offers its public cloud computing solutions with the name of Google Cloud Platform, or GCP. It offers services in all major spheres including compute, networking, storage, machine learning (ML) and the internet of things (IoT). It also includes tools for cloud management, security, and development. The Google Cloud Storage is a highly dynamic storage solution that supports both SQL (Cloud SQL) and NoSQL (Cloud Datastore) database storage. CloudComputing Google Cloud Platform
  10. 10. Microsoft Azure (formerly Windows Azure) is the cloud computing service from Microsoft. Enabled primarily through Microsoft-managed data centers, this service proves to be a reliable solution, especially for Microsoft evangelists. Like the above solutions, it supports the development, test, deployment, and management of applications and services. For web development, it offers support for PHP, ASP.net, and Node.js. CloudComputing Microsoft Azure
  11. 11. DigitalOcean is an American cloud hosting company that launched its first server in 2011. The small start-up from New York City, New York has come a long way since 2011 with a customer base of more than half a million developers. CloudComputing DigitalOcean
  12. 12. IBM Bluemix is the cloud computing solution from IBM that comes with the platform (PaaS) as well as infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offerings. With Bluemix IaaS, users can deploy and access virtualized compute power, storage and networking using the internet. The IBM service offerings can be used as a public, private or hybrid model whichever suits an organization’s need. CloudComputing IBM Bluemix
  13. 13. Facebook is the biggest social media site around, with more than two billion people using it every month. That’s almost a third of the world’s population! There are more than 65 million businesses using Facebook Pages and more than six million advertisers actively promoting their business on Facebook, which makes it a pretty safe bet if you want to have a presence on social media. Messenger used to be a messaging feature within Facebook, and since 2011, Facebook has made Messenger into a standalone app by itself and greatly expanded on its features. Businesses can now advertise, create chatbots, send newsletters, and more on Messenger. These features have given businesses a myriad of new ways to engage and connect with their customers. Facebook Messenger SocialMedia
  14. 14. Instagram is a photo and video sharing social media app. It allows you to share a wide range of content such as photos, videos, Stories, and live videos. It has also recently launched IGTV for longer-form videos. Twitter is a social media site for news, entertainment, sports, politics, and more. What makes Twitter different from most other social media sites is that it has a strong emphasis on real- time information — things that are happening right now. For example, one of the defining moments in the Twitter history is when Janis Krums tweeted the image of a plane that landed in the Hudson River when he was on the ferry to pick the passengers up. Instagram Twitter SocialMedia
  15. 15. YouTube YouTube is a video-sharing platform where users watch a billion hour of videos every day. To get started, you can create a YouTube channel for your brand where you can upload videos for your subscribers to view, like, comment, and share. SocialMedia
  16. 16. Microsoft OneDrive If you want to save files and photos and access them anytime, anywhere and from any device, you can’t go wrong with Microsoft OneDrive. Moreover, the solution offers a robust collaboration tool, allowing users to share files, photos, and folders with unprecedented ease. FileManagement
  17. 17. Dropbox An innovative file management solution that enables you to organize and store traditional files, web shortcuts, and cloud content in one place. It’s also designed to offer personalized suggestions that simplify search, saving a great deal of time and effort. FileManagement
  18. 18. Apple iCloud Allows you to securely store documents, videos, photos, contacts, and notes in the cloud. The platform organizes files automatically, keeping them up to date and accessible anytime, anywhere. In addition, it’s built with powerful collaboration tools that allow you to share files (photos or videos) with ease. FileManagement
  19. 19. Google Drive A robust file management solution built to offer easy and secure storage and access to personal files and folders. The application leverages Google’s AI and search technology to enable teams to access and share files faster. Even better, Drive integrates with Sheets, Docs, and Slides to help teams collaborate more effectively. FileManagement
  20. 20. eFileCabinet A robust document management solution designed to save you the hassle of tracking down misfiled documents. It leverages intelligent organization capability to centralized all documents in one place. This, coupled with the intuitive interface, makes it super easy to access and retrieve any file. FileManagement
  21. 21. Wix ● Wix offers a simple, yet powerful online platform to make Flash websites, MySpace layouts and more. Using a browser-based interface, you can choose from a wide selection of design templates or start with a blank canvas. Wix provides more than enough tools to get the job done, with everything from animation effects and photo albums to Google maps and RSS feeds. You can also import photos from Flickr and videos from YouTube with only a few clicks. Web pagecreation
  22. 22. Weebly ● Weebly is another top choice and sports a simple click and drag interface that allows you to create a professional website very quickly. Content elements, such as videos, pictures, maps, and text are added to your website by simply dragging them from the Weebly bar to your webpage. Web pagecreation
  23. 23. Webs (formerly FreeWebs) ● With over 20 million websites created with Webs, this one is among the most popular free website creators available and features many of the same features of the other online website builders. Web pagecreation
  24. 24. Webnode ● Webnode has an interface that could easily be mistaken for Microsoft Word and it’s incredibly ease to use. It’s a phenomenal package and if you’re a Word user, you should be up and running in a few minutes. Web pagecreation
  25. 25. Jimdo ● Jimdo operates much like Webnode, by browsing to each page before editing. You practically won’t notice a difference between the site as it appears online and the site as it appears in editing mode. Jimdo however, is not quite as powerful or as easy to use as Webnode. Web pagecreation
  26. 26. Medium – Best Traditional Blogging Site Blog Medium is home to more than 60 million users. These bloggers and content creators focus on crafting niche content for readers to settle down and read.
  27. 27. LinkedIn – Best Blog Site for Business Blog - LinkedIn is probably the most popular social network for professionals of all stripes. - They boast more than 590 million users, and 154 million of them in the US. And a lot of them are active with 44% are monthly active users. - LinkedIn used to be basically a resume hosting platform. In a lot of ways, it was like a job-hunting dating app: you’d go on if you were looking to hire or looking to get hired but not much else. In the last few years that has changed dramatically.
  28. 28. Instagram – Best Blog Site for Creatives Blog - Instagram is primarily visual — the feed is all the images or videos, and very little of the captions. You can use the caption field for your text, and users like a long caption. You’ll be capped at 2,200 characters or about 300 words. - Instagram is perfect if what you’re sharing is visual: a lifestyle, art, dance. Or if there’s some way to share it visually like in a how-to mini- video.
  29. 29. WordPress with Bluehost Hosting – Best Blogging Software for Flexibility Blog - WordPress is the most popular website builders out there. - That’s because it’s highly flexible and powerful. No matter what you want from your blog, it can be done with WordPress. - To build your own site, you’ll need to buy a domain name, get web hosting, and set up your WordPress account.
  30. 30. Wix – Best Website Builder for Blogging Blog - Wix offers you beautiful templates for any type of blog. Easily customize any web page with their drag-and-drop editor. - The blog manager is also simple and intuitive, with analytics and SEO built right in. It’s simple to add the basic features you might want on your blog too: social tools, likes, comments, hashtags, categories, and subscriber forms.
  31. 31. Google Maps Google Maps celebrated its 10th birthday this month, and after 10 years, Google is still the undisputed king when it comes to digital maps. According to Nielsen, the Google Maps smartphone app sees an average of more than 79 million unique users per month, and that's just the smartphone app. There is also an official Google Maps desktop app, not to mention the millions of third-party applications that use Google Maps APIs. Mapping
  32. 32. Microsoft Bing Maps Microsoft Bing Maps is a very popular mapping platform, although it has a long way to go before reaching the immense popularity of Google Maps. Microsoft is steadily working on adding new features and improvements to the Bing Maps Platform. The company recently announced the addition of new Streetside cities and high-resolution aerial imagery on Bing maps as well as new 3-D cities on the Bing Maps Preview app. Mapping
  33. 33. OpenLayers OpenLayers is an open source JavaScript library that utilizes WebGL, Canvas 2D and other HTML5 features for rendering maps in modern Web browsers. OpenLayers is capable of pulling tiles from OpenStreetMap, Bing, MapQuest, Stamen and many other mapping sources. OpenLayers is also capable of rendering vector data from GeoJSON, TopoJSON, KML, GML and other geographic data formats. Mapping
  34. 34. Foursquare The Foursquare API provides programmatic access to the Foursquare places database, merchant platform and venues service. Many developers use the Foursquare API to incorporate the venues platform into their application, which is then used as the app's location database. Mapping
  35. 35. OpenStreetMap OpenStreetMap is a project maintained by a large group of volunteers that create and distribute geographic data for the world for free. A lot of applications, such as Watercolor by Stamen, HitchWiki and OpenWeatherMap, use OpenStreetMap data. Mapping
  36. 36. - When it comes to beginner-friendly music making software, GarageBand is the number one free option. It's easy to download from the Mac App Store, and it teaches even beginner musicians how to use some powerful tools. - GarageBand also happens to be one of the easiest platforms to make great music. It allows you to create a song with up to 255 tracks and even offers a virtual session drummer. - An alternative for PC users, DarkWave Studio is a free music production software that supports Windows 7 or later. It doesn't need much storage, which is perfect if you plan to use the free software to make music on a laptop (the best laptops for making music). - Although while DarkWave Studio is free, there are a few in-app ads you need to put up with. GarageBand DarkWave Studio Music creation
  37. 37. - Unlike the software we already covered, Audacity is a digital audio editor, not a digital audio workstation. Its main purpose is manipulating audio data rather than helping you organize different audio tracks into a coherent whole. You can read more about the difference in our comparison of Audacity and GarageBand. - Audacity lets you edit samples, process audio files, and export music as a wide range of formats, including MP3, WAV, or AIFF. It's great if you're looking for free music production software to put together beats and samples for songs. LMMS (which used to stand for Linux MultiMedia Studio) is a cross-platform music production software, available on macOS, Windows, and Linux. It's suitable for all kinds of music production and is a great free software option for beginners. Audacity LMMS Music creation
  38. 38. Tracktion T7 Tracktion T7 was once a premium music production software. Rather than drop T7 when the next software came out, Tracktion decided to give it away completely free, making it one of the most feature-packed options on this list. Music creation
  39. 39. REFERENCE: o https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/ o https://www.newgenapps.com/ o https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_PowerPoint o https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SlideShare o https://buffer.com/ o https://comparecamp.com/ o https://www.webdesignerdepot.com/ o https://www.quicksprout.com/ o https://www.programmableweb.com/ o https://www.makeuseof.com/ © (PowerPoint Template) https://slidesgo.com/theme/sketchnotes-lesson