The "integration techniques" must take into consideration both the passive network part (cabling, branches, partitions, terminations and in any case passive devices in general) and the active part of connection management, therefore of the active devices and finally the hardware and software resources present on board the devices.
To obtain a possible interactivity it is therefore necessary, for example, that the software that works between an operating system and the applications (the so-called "middleware"), must respond to two aspects of heterogeneity:
The attentive to individual training person and his expertise , goes through integrated didactic paths that will complete the necessary knowledge in the various
Technological communication applications, never losing sight of the fundamental objective: to identify the maximum possible integration.
The areas of professional attention considered are divided into functions of the different competences: