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This 3 page paper examines sites and their usability factors. Usability is defined. The three web sites examined are: Usability.Gov, Transparency, and Jakob Nielsen Biography. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

This 10 page paper looks at the use of both the Internet and the Intranet in modern commerce. The way in which technology can be used as a tool by businesses is discussed and the case study of Shell Oil is used to demonstrate the productive use of improved communications. The bibliography cites 8 sources. ...

This 80 page paper considers the relationship between business and consumers in the e-commerce generation. This paper considers the theoretical and practical factors that shape the centrality of e-commerce in many cultures, but also considers the issues related to defining e-commerce and the business/consumer relationships in Asian countries. Bibliography lists 30 sources.

10 pages in length. This is an excellent overview of electronic commerce, and addresses the Singapore Electronic Commerce Hotbed Program. Looks at e-commerce and how it affects businesses as well as consumers. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

A 5 page paper which discusses developing a marketing plan for an online store, specifically a jewelry store. Various information is provided which illustrates some of the things to look for, where to start, success stories and other bits of information. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

6 pages in length. With the advent of Internet technology came the challenge to hack into sensitive personal and business information; as the Internet has advanced in sophistication, so have the hackers' ability to do even more damage. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

This 11 page paper considers the way in which businesses use e-commerce, how it developed and how it can be marketed to take advantage of the perceived efficiencies it can produce. Points raised are illustrated by reference to real companies. The bibliography sites 15 sources.

A 5 page paper evaluating whether to pursue implementation of a neural network designed to increase the informational network's reliability. The purpose of the neural network is to "learn" patterns of abnormalities present before a network outage that are not discernible by humans. The recommendation here is for implementation of the superficial neugent model that only alerts ...

A 3 page paper answering two questions of likely changes in global project management in the future. One addresses the shift from cooperative to competitive alliances; the other discusses the effects of technology changes. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 12 page report discusses the use of the Internet in business to business transactions and the potential for both great success and huge failure. One potential success is that of the business known as Covisint, “global independent eBusiness exchange for the automotive industry.” Its purpose is to reduce redundancy and the need for suppliers to deal with numerous systems for ...

A sixteen page paper which looks at the way in which information technology is used in business, both in terms of company software systems and the Internet. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

This 7 page paper considers how the advent of e-commerce will effect small businesses. The writer looks at the management choices, the distribution channels and the procurement of technology and the value chain. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

This 6 page report discusses information security of enterprise businesses with a focus on firewall protections. Firewalls are computer network devices that protect a network from other “less trusted” networks. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

6 pages in length. The concept of e-business has completely revolutionized the automobile industry, providing an incredible potential for growth as this particular sector of commerce moves into the new millennium. Earning millions in sales after being in operation since 1995, Autoweb.com is an e-business site where consumers can acquire just about anything ...

This 49 page paper is a summary of the book “E-Buisness and E-Commerce Management” by Dave Chaffey. The book is a good overview on all aspects of e-business; including management of the infrastructure, the e-environment, e-business strategy, supply chain management, e-procurement, internet marketing, customer relationship management change management, design implementation and maintenance. The paper takes ...

This 40 page report style paper looks at the attractions of e-commerce to a small business and argues that despite many pull factors, the advantages to most small businesses will be outweighed by the disadvantages. The paper outlines many different aspects of e-commerce and trading on the internet in order to formulate a strong ...

This 5 page well rounded paper looks at different factors a business will need to consider if they want to set up trading on the internet. Factors discussed include the legal and practical issues, such as the options for setting p a web site. Security issues are also discussed along with some potential solutions to ...

An 8 page paper presenting a business plan for a retail tobacco operation conducting business solely online, including break-even, balance sheet and cash flow financials. The text portion of the plan discusses the inability of retailers limited by local operations to stock slower-moving, specialty items, using a management accounting approach to demonstrating Smoke Stop’s ...

9 pages in length. Examining the trends and forces that drive e-business, one immediately finds how the clear advantage of online commerce is the ease with which the merchant can reach out to the consumer. Three traditional business environments that have been revolutionized into e-business environments in response to changes in technology, society and markets ...

This 7 page paper discusses e-business and the protection of intellectual property. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

E-business models

  • 8 page paper

This 8 page paper considers three models of e-commerce, business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C) and consumer to consumer (C2C). The paper examines the models by examining an example company for each model; Dell, Amazon and eBay. The paper looks at issues such as who are the target market, the companies web sites ...

A 11 page paper that discusses the opportunities e-business and e-commerce provide to companies with an emphasis on production and transactions. The paper begins with definitions of 'e-commerce' and 'e-business' and a description of the two major types of e-commerce businesses conduct. Statistical data about Internet sales and revenues are included for the U.S., the ...

A 5 page paper discussing the brokerage, infomediary, merchant and manufacturer (direct) models of e-commerce and supplying examples of each. Those examples, respectively, are Priceline.com, Coolsavings.com, Amazon.com and Dell Computer. Each has developed what has come to be a specific online business model that others try to emulate. Bibliography lists 4 sources. ...

A 6 page paper discussing a few specifics of GE’s approach to e-business. GE is committed to digitizing all of its businesses, and it approaches many of its processes and activities from the e-business perspective. The purpose here is to examine two internal and two external information systems or technologies that support GE’s ...

A 4 page paper discussing three factors critical to e-business success: they offer customer assurance; they make their sites easy to use; and they make themselves available to customers. The paper uses Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Dell and eBay as examples. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 6 page paper presenting several questions that should be asked before embarking on any e-business plans. The Internet has provided a venue that allows organizations to achieve all the ends they sought before, with the addition of another venue that can positively contribute to the organization’s bottom line. Before setting out on ...

E-Business Preplanning

  • 5 page paper

A 5 page paper identifying some of the questions that a would-be e-business should ask and answer before jumping headlong into e-commerce. Preparing a marketing plan for e-business involves more than only listing how the business will go about marketing its goods and services in the electronic environment. Just as the organizational structure ...

This 4 page paper provides an overview on what is entailed when starting an e-business. Several considerations are provided and solutions for problems are discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

This 19 page paper answers four questions asked by the student. The first outlines the use and advantages of a distributed network, the second looks at controlling and monitoring the system using an embedded TCP/IP and how IPsec can be used for security. The third looks at the use of remoting, what it is and ...

DSL and Small Businesses

  • 12 page paper

This 12 page paper considers how DSL ay be of value so small office or home offices, SOHO. The paper looks at the ways in which DSL may benefit small businesses and uses two case studies to show this benefit. The paper ends with consideration of the future. The bibliography cites 11 sources. ...

A 1 page overview of a 9-slide PowerPoint presentation, “Determining e-Business Strategic Goals.” The entire effort highlights the need for sound management and explicit identification of where the organization wants to lead its e-business unit. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 5-page paper consists of some business strategies for developing e-commerce initiatives. Topics include competitive advantage, B2B and B2C, international considerations, and legal considerations. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

An 8 page paper addressing several considerations that should precede establishing a new e-business project. Areas addressed include the legal and regulatory ramifications of operating an e-business; potential sources of ethical conflict; the failure of Webvan; and an observation about the responsibility of e-business problems in the downfall of Enron. Bibliography lists 10 ...

This 5 page paper is written in two parts explaining how a course on e-business, including e-commerce, with an international emphasis will be good for a student. The first part looks at who and why this course would be good for the student and how this would suit the long and short term career plans. ...

This 3-page paper describes the difference between e-business planning and e-strategies planning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Issues in E-Business

  • 11 page paper

An 11 page paper answering four questions about ecommerce. The questions are: (1) What are the legal and regulatory ramifications of operating an e-business? (2) What are three examples of possible ethical problems when running an e-business? (3) Discuss one e-Business failure (Webvan). Explain what happened and what you would have done ...

A 20 page paper discussing points that need to be considered when adding an electronic commerce component to a standard retail operation, or when beginning a new business with both virtual and physical shopping locations. The paper discusses best practices and whether to make or buy the software that will drive the electronic commerce ...

Technology in Business

  • 11 page paper

This 11 page paper examines the use of technology in business and related issues answering 7 questions. The paper looks at whether current IS structures need to be changed, whether CEO's need to have a vision, if e-commerce is allowing too much information to be gathered about customers and place privacy in danger and the ...

This 4 page paper discusses some of the issues that arise for companies doing international business via the Internet. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

E-Business Web Site

  • 3 page paper

3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses Web site strategy for three up-and-coming online retailers. No bibliography.

This 11 page paper considers a small e-business, selling goods on the internet. The paper uses Amazon.co.uk as a model to compare the small business in order to transfer lessons and help the small business develop a competitive advantage. Potential areas of improvement that will help create a competitive advantage are identified. The bibliography cites ...

A 5 page paper discussing e-business models best suited for use at the website of a home health and hospice agency, HHH. The two models chosen are the infomediary model and the community model, where users themselves create a significant portion of the site's information. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A 6 page paper discussing in general terms changes in logistics management in the electronic environment and how that environment as affected the supply chain operation of the Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR), an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense. As is the case with supply organizations in the private sector, DSCR increasingly ...

When Viewed through Porter’s Model of Industry Competition This 3 page paper considers how the development of e-commerce and the use of the internet has changed the competitive environment when looking at if from the perspective of Porters Five Forces model. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

An 8 page paper providing business requirements analysis, use cases and additional requirements (i.e., site navigation, "contact us" information, etc.) for a new online sales application for Starbucks. The plan establishes a new website for ecommerce as well as adding mcommerce capabilities to existing Internet infrastructure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 10 page paper assessing components that should be a part of a company's cost accounting system for a new online business unit. The system will need to address several financial and nonfinancial performance measures including sales; total revenues; selling and general administrative expenses; IT expenses and rate of use; and shipping costs. ...

This 5 page paper discusses the similarities and differences among B2B, B2C and C2C e-businesses. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

This 13-page paper provides an overview of email as a use of business communication, as well as the positives and negatives of email. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

This 5 page paper discuses issues related to these two topics. The writer explains what an SLA is, its components, basic types of SLAs and the most common errors when developing the agreement. The writer also discuses Service-Level Management, the classifications and the important points about management. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

This 5-page paper explores certain issues (including managerial controls) when it comes to privacy issues and information issues about the Internet. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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