Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an umbrella term that refers to the integration of telecommunications, computers, and unified communications. It encompasses a wide range of communication devices such as radio, television, cell phones, computer and network hardware, satellite systems, and more. ICT also includes various services and appliances like video conferencing and distance learning. It is used to access, store, transmit, understand, and manipulate information. The concepts of ICT are evolving, and it covers any product that stores, retrieves, manipulates, transmits, or receives information electronically in a digital form. The phrase “information and communication technologies” has been used by academic researchers since the 1980s. The abbreviation “ICT” became popular after it was used in a report to the UK government in 1997. However, in 2012, the Royal Society recommended that the use of the term “ICT” should be discontinued in British schools. From 2014, the National Curriculum has used the word computing, which reflects the addition of computer programming into the curriculum.