In the service of the Armadale Community
Armadale IT Support
The meaning behind the name
Armadale IT Support is creating organisations with innovative information technology cloud infrastructure, solid and resilient administration foundations.
IT stands for Information Technology so the full name expanded is Armadale Information Technology Support.
Let us clarify the meaning of the word information and the concept of information technology by reading the following sentences.
Definition of information noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
The meaning of information technology by the Cambridge Dictionary:
Information and Communication Technology
Armadale IT Support provides computer repair and digital technology support for the local end-user community.
In our vision, each and every household have access to meaningful support service to able to use and maintain a safe and up to date computing device.
Without online access to relevant and up to date information we can not establish inclusion in the local community.
Isolation is a known carcinogen leading to many health and social-behavioral problems in our local community.
Unfortunately, most of the local sporting clubs and community groups do not provide sufficient information on their website that encourage to sign up and participate.
Providing relevant current and accurate information on-demand online over the internet is the most convenient and efficient way of information collection, storage, and distribution.
Most clubs only have one contact person and when calling up or asking in person about membership information is usually leads to a conversation as follow:
Prospective member: could you please tell me the conditions of joining the club particularly the joining fee, what the fee covers and any other additional fees during the season?
Club contact person: ask me what you would like to know and I tell you but for example, we have a base joining fee and additional fees for participating in the activities also for uniform and so on.
By denying or making it difficult for the community to have online “on-demand” access to relevant current and accurate information is obstructing inclusion.
In relation to membership of a club, the anti-discrimination provisions are more extensive. It is generally unlawful to discriminate against a person on any prohibited ground in matters relating to:
- a person’s application for membership;
- the terms and conditions of which the club is prepared to admit the person to membership;
- the general terms and conditions of membership;
- access to benefits and facilities provided by the club.
Not providing efficient information is discriminating against the whole of the community. The group of members who use the community paid facility regularly and exclusively enjoying the use with their friends and families.
What is the community benefit of a club website that has very little relevant information for a prospective member?
Example of an inclusive and Informative website
Moreover considering a large amount of taxpayer’s money invested supplying state of the art facilities and maintenance services for the recreation of considerably fewer community members than these facilities could support can be viewed as misappropriation of funds.