M commerce Crash Course

... Computer Telephony Demystified Bedell Wireless Crash Course Clayton McGraw - Hill Illustrated Telecom Dictionary 3 / e Collins Carrier Class Voice Over IP Davis ATM for Public Networks Gallagher Mobile Telecommunications Networking ...

Author: P. J. Louis

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

ISBN: CORNELL:31924089507671

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 345

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The past, present, and future of wireless telecom technology -- explained in one volumeThe convergence of current cellular and PC voice networks with the new wireless networks means anyone working in the telecommunications industry (or interested in investing) needs the inside scoop on the next generation of telecommunications. You’ll find it in M-Commerce. Expert P.J. Louis’ one-of-a-kind guide lets you understand the merging of 3rd generation, or 3G, wireless technologies with the Internet, a convergence that’s transforming the economics of the telecommunications industry and driving massive growth in wireless usage. Focusing on how network management and customer care must evolve with the technologies, the book provides you with business models and an understanding of service provisioning as well as technology. You’ll learn about: The telecom network Wireless networks Next Generation Networks Interconnection Differentiation Global Services Types of next generation service providers Next generation network signaling SS7/ATM/B-ISDN Billing in next generation networks Next generation network management Next generation economics

Permission Marketing of Informediaries in M Commerce Advertising

1-4, 2000 LOTS21 Emerging Media Group, “The Future of Wireless marketing”, Whitepaper, 2001, http://www.lot21.com/library/Wireless_WhitePaper_doc.pdf, Download: 09/04/2001 LOUIS, P.J., “M-Commerce Crash Course”, McGraw-Hill, 2001 LUND, ...

Author: Ali-Reza Moschtaghi

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 9783832452094

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 108

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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The expectations for M-Commerce are very high. The mobile user seeks for facilitation of his daily habits and companies anticipate generating high revenue stream through new mobile applications. After telecommunication companies have paid high prices for the UMTS licenses in Europe M-Commerce has started to be the new hype. In those countries which did not have auctions but beauty contests M-Commerce has been also shifted into the spotlight. Although M-Commerce is still in its infancy, it predicts to have a huge impact on many ways of people s lives. New buzz words like anywhere and anytime have evolved in order to describe the great potential of M-Commerce. Growth opportunities in terms of new arising mobile business models seem promising but only the future will be able to answer the question of success. Mobile devices offer a broad range of opportunities from entertainment service e.g. music, games or video up to transactions e.g. banking, shopping, auctions. It is still unclear if all the emerging opportunities can be commercialized successfully. Nevertheless, many scenarios of how the world could be like in the future have been made. Below an excerpt of the daily routine of a future mobile user is presented: Nancy D`Amato prepares to leave her office just before five o clock. She uses her mobile phone for a quick check of the local weather forecast, sees that fines conditions are expected for the evening, and decides to leave her umbrella by her desk. Nancy is due to meet her boyfriend Peter at seven o clock, so she has two hours in town to waste. As soon as the clock reaches five, she receives a text message telling her that the bar across the street has a happy hour when drinks are cheaper. Nancy deletes the message almost without reading it. She has given her mobile service provider permission to send her unsolicited local promotional messages after five - otherwise she would have to pay a higher subscription rates - but that does not mean she actually has to read the message, does it? Five minutes later another message arrives, with a coupon offering a discount at the local branch of her favorite coffee bar. She shows the coffee-shop attendant the numbered message on her phone s screen, and he keys in the number on the till when charging for the coffee. Now comfortably seated with her cappuccino, Nancy begins to plan her evening. She uses her mobile to check which movies are showing nearby after seven [...]

Cross Media Service Delivery

Capstone Publishing. [8] Louis, J. (2001): M-Commerce Crash Course: The Technology and Business of Next Generation Internet Services. New York; McGraw-Hill. [9] Ovum (2000): Mobile Location Services: Market Strategies.

Author: Diomidis Spinellis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461503811

Category: Computers

Page: 228

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The digitisation of traditional media formats, such as text, images, video, and sound provides us with the ability to store, process, and transport content in a uniform way. This has led the formerly distinct industries of media, telecommunications, and information technology to converge. Cross-media publishing and service delivery are important new trends emerging in the content industry landscape. Mass-media organizations and content providers traditionally targeted content production towards a single delivery channel. However, recent economic and technological changes in the industry led content providers to extend their brands to cover multiple delivery channels. Following the content industry trend to "create once and publish everywhere"-COPE, a number of architectures, technologies, and tools are currently being developed and deployed to facilitate the automatic conversion of content to multiple formats, and the creation of innovative multi-platform services. This new approach enables the seamless access to information over different network infrastructures and client platforms. This work aims to bring together a cross-disciplinary core of contributors to address the technical and business issues of cross-media publishing and service delivery. The volume is based on papers presented at the conference on Cross-Media Service Delivery-CMSD-2003 that took place in Santorini, Greece in May 2003. Each contribution was reviewed by at least two reviewers-typically three. From the 30 papers that were submitted 20 were selected for presentation at the conference. Those were further "shepherded" by programme committee members to be improved according to the review suggestions.

Wireless Communications and Mobile Commerce

Vacca, J. R. (2002). I-mode Crash Course. New York: McGraw-Hill. Varshney, U. & Vetter, R. (2002). Mobile commerce: Framework, applications and networking support. Mobile Networks and Applications, 7, 185-198. Walke, B. H. (2002).

Author: Nansi Shi

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1591401844

Category: Computers

Page: 279

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Mobile commerce is based on the rapidly growing applications of wireless technologies and mobile communications. This study collects holistic perspectives to explore strategic considerations regarding potential opportunities and issues in mobile commerce.

Challenges of Expanding Internet E Commerce E Business and E Government

Louis, P. J. M-Commerce Crash Course: The Technology and Business of Next Generation Internet Services, McGraw-Hill, 2001. Lyytinen, K., Damsgaard,J. “What's Wrong with the Diffusion of Innovation Theory”. In Diffusing Software Product ...

Author: Matohisa Funabashi

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780387297736

Category: Computers

Page: 627

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2.1 E-Government: e-Governance and e-Democracy The term Electronic Government (e-Government), as an expression, was coined after the example of Electronic Commerce. In spite of being a relatively recent expression, e-Government designates a field of activity that has been with us for several decades and which has attained a high level of penetration in many countries2. What has been observed over the recent years is a shift on the broadness of the e-Government concept. The ideas inside e-Governance and e- Democracy are to some extent promising big changes in public administration. The demand now is not only simply delivering a service - line. It is to deliver complex and new services, which are all citizen-centric. Another important demand is related to the improvement of citizen's participation in governmental processes and decisions so that the governments' transparency and legitimacy are enforced. In order to fulfill these new demands, a lot of research has been done over the recent years (see Section 3) but many challenges are still to be faced, not only in the technological field, but also in the political and social aspects.

Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology

M-commerce crash course. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Davis, F. D. (1989). Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and user acceptance of information technology. MIS Quarterly, 13, 319-340. Davis, F. D., Bagozzi, R. P., ...

Author: Cartelli, Antonio

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599048468

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 926

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NetLibrary named the Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology as their September 2008 e-book of the month! CLICK HERE to view the announcement. The Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is a comprehensive resource describing the influence of information communication technology in scientific knowledge construction, with emphasis on the roles of product technologies, process technologies, and context technologies. Through 111 authoritative contributions by 93 of the world's leading experts this reference covers the materials and instruments of information technology: from ICT in education to software engineering; the influence of ICT on different environments, including e-commerce, decision support systems, knowledge management, and more; and the most pervasive presence of information technology, including studies and research on knowledge management, the human side of ICT, ICT in healthcare, and virtual organizations, among many others. Addressing many of the fundamental issues of information communication technology, the Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology will be a top-shelf resource for any reference library.

Cryptography Demystified

... Benner Bates Sulkin Build Your Own Wireless LAN (with projects) Broadband Crash Course I-Mode Crash Course M-Commerce Crash Course Telecom Convergence, 2/e Telecom Crash Course Wireless Crash Course Wireless Internet Crash Course 3G ...

Author: John Hershey

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071543156

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 356

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AN UNCONVENTIONAL, FUN WAY TO MASTER THE BASICS OF CRYPTOGRAPHY Cryptography is not just for specialists. Now every wireless message, wireless phone call, online transaction, and email is encrypted at one end and decrypted at the other. “Crypto” is part of the job description for network designers, network engineers, and telecom developers. If you need cryptography basics—but dread the thick tomes that are your only other option—help is at hand. Cryptography Demystified puts the fundamentals into a 35-module, learn-by-doing package that’s actually fun to use. You must read this book if— * You prefer your simplifications from an expert who understands the complexities * 6 years of success as a short course for students and professionals works for you * you enjoy hearing the phrase “nothing to memorize” * ecommerce, email, network security, or wireless communications is part of your bailiwick * cracking cryptography means a jump up the career ladder * the words “public-key cryptography,” “channel-based cryptography,” and “prime numbers” pique your interest * best-practices cryptography is the only secure way for you—and your company—to go One of the most complex subjects in Information Technology, cryptography gets its due in this down-to-earth, self-teaching tutorial—the first to make the basics of the science truly accessible.

Telecom Management Crash Course

In "Telecom Management Crash Course," P.J. Louis, a top industry advisor and author of the wildly popular "M-Commerce Crash Course" shows telecom servers how to efficiently manage the technology advantages and back-end operations to survive ...

Author: P. J. Louis

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071386203

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 345

View: 261


The period of effortless, double-digit growth and skyrocketing capitalization for telecom carriers is over! The long-term telecommunications market potential is still enormous, but getting there now requires a sharp business and technology savvy. In this resource, P.J. Louis shows telecom service providers how to efficiently manage their technology advantages and back-end operations to survive in this challenging economic climate. * Basics of billing: staying alive * Short, smart biz and tech strategies for tough times in telecom * Using CRM (Customer Relationship Management) to drive business * How to manage regulatory uncertainty * How globalization affects every carrier

Optical Networking Crash Course

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Author: Shepard

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110230286

Category: Computers

Page: 269

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Get the latest information on optical networking technologies, companies and trends. Penetrate the facts behind the speculation on optical networking’s promise as a potential solution to skyrocketing Internet traffic. With Steve Shepard’s Optical Networking Crash Course, you’ll discover what’s what, who’s who, and how it all works together in the speed-of-light world of optical networking. From technologies, equipment, companies and competitors to nitty-gritty issues such as security, signal sinks, backhoe fade, add-drop mix and much, much more, this state-of-the-art guide is a must-read if you want to: Compare optical and other strategies such as cable, DSL, and LMDS Understand optical technology means, methods, potentials, and constraints Learn what DWDM (Dense Wave Division Multiplexing) is and why it could change everything Get straight answers on optical transport issues, routing, switching and more.