This course provides a substantive review of the technology at the core of the ICT industry. Coverage includes hardware, networking technology, databases, information services, applications, and content in enterprise contexts. The application development process is briefly reviewed. A framework is developed around data at rest, data in transit, and data being processed. This framework is used to detail the roles of a variety of hardware and software artifacts, and their use in the production, processing, protection, and use of organizational information. The role of the ICT user interface and web systems in providing user access to content anytime anywhere is reviewed. The security requirements associated with a variety of information types are introduced, along with the current best practices used in information security.