Provides an understanding of the technologies of electronic commerce. The text does not concentrate solely on the Internet but suggests that the Internet is only a bridge technology. Each chapter contains an overview of a theory or practice followed by one or more business case studies.Not only were systems poorly documented but also descriptive manuals were badly organized. Much of ... to wrest control from these tyrannical technocrats, and subject computer and network operations to greater scrutiny a but at a high cost. ... Maturation of the networked microcomputer, the ubiquity of packaged solutions for nearly any software application, the ... (See, e.g., the case study aquot; Access Security at MDAIS McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Information Services in chapter 10).
|Title||:||Global Electronic Commerce|
|Author||:||J. Christopher Westland, Theodore H. K. Clark|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 1999|