Internet Technologies is a technical field that covers the necessary skills to develop applications on the Internet or Internet based systems, harnessing e-commerce, cloud, mobile, and Web based technologies. This specialisation is being offered under the Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) with dual award degree from Taylor's University and University of the West of England, Bristol.
Upon completion of this specialization/extension, students should be able to develop applications using technologies and software that are used on the Internet. This would help students in driving their passion of being Internet Savvy or to expand their job prospects as Internet Technology Specialist, Internet Technologist, Internet Technology Solutions Architect, Internet Technologies Support Analyst, Internet Technology Systems Analyst, Internet Technology Support, Internet Technology Infrastructure Support, and etc.
This module covers the core concepts of mobile applications development. It mainly focuses on understanding, analysis, and development of diverse mobile applications using the Android studio. The module starts by introducing the Android Platform details and moves on to the implementation of various Graphical User Interface components known as Views.
This module focuses on aspects of information and network security primarily focusing on smartphones and mobile telecommunication systems. One of the main goals of the module is to improve knowledge and awareness of security issues faced by mobile application and system. This module is designed to address this growing threat to mobile and wireless devices, networks and services delivered over the mobile infrastructure.
Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. Topics covered in this module include Cloud Computing Models, Cloud Service Models, Cloud Service Models, Cloud Security, Operating the Cloud and The 4 D’s Migration Methodology.
This specialisation is offered as an option as part of the Bachelor's of Information Technology (Hons). Click below to learn more about the programme.