The conclusion, although lotof time has quite a few disadvantages, its advantages of saving the consumertime and money can’t be ignored. So the time isn’t far when the Internet Of Things will be commonly seen in bothhouseholds and companies. Effortswill have to be made to find ways to combat its disadvantages. One disadvantage of Internet banking relates to withdrawingmoney. While most businesses accept debit and credit cards, people still liketo have cash on them too. Hence, you can’t withdraw cash over the Internet soyou still have to visit your bank’s physical location, or eat service fees bywithdrawing money at an ATM that’s not associated with your bank. This becomeseven more challenging if you belong to an online-only bank, as you may beforced to withdraw cash through snail mail or paying ATM fees at everywithdrawal.
If you usethe Internet , your personal information such as your name and address can beaccessed by other people , And if you use a credit card to shop online, yourcredit card information can be stolen , And people can access thisinformation through unsecured connections or by planting software and then useyour personal details for their benefit . Over andabove the social damage the excessive use of information system can cause, thereare also potential new health problems, such as repetitive strain injury fromtyping or bad eyesight from staring at computers screen for too long. The Internet and games played on the Internet canbecome very addictive and are often designed to be addictive. With howaddictive games can be and how much entertainment is on the Internet it is easyto spend a lot of time on the Internet without doing anything productive. It isalso very easy to be doing something productive and then be distracted bysomething else that ends up consuming all of your time.
The man is a social animal. It isimportant for both mental and physical health that we must interact andcommunicate with other human beings in real terms. The misuse of the internethas led the young generation to be a victim of loss in cultural and socialrelations. In olden days, people used to stay together and united in order tocommunicate with each other; but now all these activities have been lost. Amongthese, social interaction has been affected the most. Though the internet isproviding a contact but its effects are either less promising or weak becausereal relations can’t be built on the basis of virtual chats and communicationsonly.
Most of them usually come out fake which may lead to sadness ordepression. The five ways in which internet ledto a decline in the quality of life for individuals.An increased use and reliance oninformation systems can result in decreased opportunities for socialinteraction and other health problems. Human beings are social animals, theytalk and interact with each other using a range of verbal and non verbalcommunication signals. Excessive use of information systems has resulted in the’computer geek’, a type of individuals who is more at home communicatingthrough information systems such as Facebook than in the conventional way. Thelong term damage the information systems can cause to an individual whooveruses it, to the expense of other forms of communication, has yet to be fully assessed. Socio-economicchanges have been brought about by information systems. Many secretarial andtyping roles have been lost in the workplace, as a result of advances ininformation systems.
Obviously, new occupations and roles (website designer,Internet sales teams) have been created too. The introduction of newinformation systems has had a big impact on the jobs people do, and the companiesthat employ them. Our liveshave become cluttered with unnecessary information.
Information systems (particularlythe internet) require us to filter out unnecessary information and selectuseful information in a way that we never had to when we relied exclusively onprinted materials. A blurringof work/home life boundaries is taking place which can be a good thing,enabling a people to work from home thereby cutting down on unnecessary traveland letting parents see more of their children. For example, In tradition workarenas, work took place at a geographical location quite distinct from home.People could concentrate on work when they were at work, and on their familieswhen they were at home.
Now, with homeworkers, and the possibility of loggingon to work e-mail system from home computers, such a distinction is no longerpossible, and many employees feel they can no longer ‘get away’ from work. We candetermine the importance of internet that it is most used today to solve theproblems of others. Online forms, social groups are the platform in which wecan provide a solution. For example, people ask on Quora and then people whoknow the solution answer. This use of internet is not only beneficial forothers who are getting the solution but also for the people who give theanswer.
Answer provider on the forums are mostly bloggers. Internet marketers,and business. They used such platform to connect with their target users orclients or readers. The five ways in which the Internethas improved the quality of life for individuals. The internet is very useful for economic development.
The use of internet banking and e-wallets also help at some point to decreasecorruption in India or in any nation. It is because when using digitaltransaction it will be recorded in the database. Bank database can be easilytracked by income tax department. So, it will be helpful for the governmentthat all income tax pair shows correct details or income report in the ITR.Another thing is that offline cash transaction often not calculated andmentioned by people such as rent. If we use internet and cashless internettransactions then it will help others to show their income report. If we aregiving rent money in cash and paying in cash for other services then it ishighly possible for the receiver to hide that money for income tax report. The Internet is frequently said to improve the quality oflife.
In a broader sense than looking at how effective the system’s are, thewider impact on individuals also need to be factored in when assessing thepotential introduction of information systems.