What is the difference between an information architecture

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What is the difference between an information architecture and an information technology infrastructure?

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What is the difference between an information architecture

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Information Architecture has come within reach of to designing clear, comprehensible communications by giving care to structure, context, and arrangement of data and information. Mainly refers to websites and intranets, including classification and navigation schemes.

An information technology infrastructure though, is the base or establishment for the release of information to support programs and management. The infrastructure contains elements upon which an agency's information technology activities are dependent.

An agency must therefore define, execute, and supervise these infrastructure elements to effectively utilize information technology.

 

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Information architecture or IA is the art and science of organizing and labelling websites, intranets, online communities, and software to support usability. It is an emerging discipline and community of practice focused on bringing together principles of design and architecture to the digital landscape. It is a specialized skill set that interprets information and expresses distinctions between signs and systems of signs.

Information technology infrastructure is the integrated framework upon which digital networks operate. This infrastructure includes data centers, computers, computer networks, Database Management devices, and a regulatory system. Information technology and on the Internet, infrastructure is the physical hardware used to interconnect computers and users.

Infrastructure includes the transmission media, including telephone lines, cable television lines, and satellites and antennas, and also the router.

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