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E-business and e-challenges [electronic resource] / edited by Veljko Milutinovi�c and Fr�ed�eric Patricelli ; foreword by Jerome Friedman.

Contributor(s): Milutinovi�c, Veljko | Patricelli, Fr�ed�eric.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Emerging communication: v. 4.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : Tokyo : IOS Press ; Ohmsha, c2002Description: 1 online resource (xi, 347 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585458928 (electronic bk.); 9780585458922 (electronic bk.); 1601294220; 9781601294227.Other title: EBusiness and eChallenges.Subject(s): Electronic commerce | Electronic commerce -- Management | Internet marketing | Internet -- Security measures | Medical telematics | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- E-Commerce -- Auctions & Small Business | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Marketing -- Telemarketing | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Mail Order | COMPUTERS -- Electronic Commerce | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- E-Commerce -- Internet MarketingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: E-business and e-challenges.DDC classification: 381.142 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Title page; Preface; Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1. B2C: Making Your Own E-Commerce Site, Step-by-Step; Chapter 2. B2B; Chapter 3. E-Business Management and Workflow Technologies; Chapter 4. Data Mining; Chapter. 5 E-Banking; Chapter 6. Virtual Marketplace on the Internet; Chapter 7. E-Marketing on the Internet; Chapter 8. E-Government; Chapter 9. Ad Hoc Networks and the Mobile Business on the Internet; Chapter 10. Internet Automation; Chapter 11. Technology Transfer on the Internet; Chapter 12. Denial of Service Attacks on the Internet.
Summary: A discussion of issues relating to the development of e-business and e-challenges. It demonstrates that innovation is the key to the future and the human drive to understand nature is the key to future innovation. Society must do all it can to preserve, nurture and encourage curiosity.
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"This book is related to the tutorials of the SSGRR conferences held in the years 2000, 2001 and 2002"--P. v.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Cover; Title page; Preface; Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1. B2C: Making Your Own E-Commerce Site, Step-by-Step; Chapter 2. B2B; Chapter 3. E-Business Management and Workflow Technologies; Chapter 4. Data Mining; Chapter. 5 E-Banking; Chapter 6. Virtual Marketplace on the Internet; Chapter 7. E-Marketing on the Internet; Chapter 8. E-Government; Chapter 9. Ad Hoc Networks and the Mobile Business on the Internet; Chapter 10. Internet Automation; Chapter 11. Technology Transfer on the Internet; Chapter 12. Denial of Service Attacks on the Internet.

A discussion of issues relating to the development of e-business and e-challenges. It demonstrates that innovation is the key to the future and the human drive to understand nature is the key to future innovation. Society must do all it can to preserve, nurture and encourage curiosity.

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