Essays and Research Papers on Internet 

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14 pages in length. The marvel of modern technology has created a society submerged in a sea of speed, convenience and instant gratification. The downside to such technological advancement comes in the form of white-collar crimes, inasmuch as the Internet is a highly vulnerable entity. The writer discusses the issues of system ...

A 5 page paper discussing why the issue of high tech crime is increasing in seriousness. Only a few years ago, the phrase "high tech crime" referred to the theft of computer equipment or perhaps software piracy. Today's definition is much different, however. The phrase has taken on a far broader - and more threatening ...

This 7 page paper considers what is meant by disintermediation and how it will effect trade and business to business relationships in the future. The positive and the negative aspects are considered. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

This 16 page paper considers the role of venture capital in the development of e-commerce in China. The paper is divided into four parts, the first considering venture capital in china, the second regards the strategy of venture capital investment and the problems, the third then looks at the internet in China with a conclusion ...

This 8 page paper considers the way in which information technology is used at Amazon.com and the way in which it can be seen to create both cost and comparative advantages. The bibliography cites 13 sources.

6 pages in length. When considering an e-commerce business, it is obvious the only edge to each business is the website seen by the consumer. Consumers who become impatient or frustrated with a website are able to simply log on to any of a number of competitors sites with the click of a button. E-commerce for this ...

This 30-page-paper presents a very detailed discussion about E-commerce. How it came about, what it is and where it is headed are all discussed in-depth. It opens with a discussion about the origins and the uses of e-commerce and moves into an explanation of some of the problems that it has encountered along the way. There are also demographics ...

This 6 page report discusses setting up a global logistics network in order to gain a competitive advantage in both sales and production. Implementing a global logistics network offers significant benefits leading to increased competitive advantages. The ability to reduce the uncertainty of transportation, sales, and manufacturing by tracking the movement of goods and updating the information continuously allows any organization to ...

6 pages in length. The impact upon American life has been staggering since the inception of the home computer and the internet. This paper takes a look at three aspects of our lives that internet technology has touched on: the business, social and ethical changes that have taken place. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Computer Viruses

  • 11 page paper

An 11 page research paper that investigates computer viruses and their ramifications – costs, effects on society, and the future – as well as an examination that takes into consideration Marxist theory. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

A 5 page overview of the expanding format and utilization of telecourses. Emphasizes that the traditional video and televised format of these courses is being coupled with a variety of technological formats such as interactive television, video conferencing and the World Wide Web to produce an educational format which is not only workable but ...

6 pages in length. The advent of computer technology is, in and of itself, a positive move toward overall advancement, but the loss of individual privacy has come to represent a high price paid for such progress. Monitoring and surveillance have come to represent just two of the villainous components of computer use ...

A 5 page paper asking whether the government should be allowed to censor Internet content in any way. Argument can be made in favor of not allowing access to sites that reflect the worst of life, but the argument breaks down with only the most superficial scrutiny. The question of "who decides?" is one that prevents government ...

Network Security

  • 18 page paper

This 18 page paper considers the usage of computer networks and the security threats they may face. The paper considers physical threats as well as virtual threats such as viruses and the problems of hackers with tools such as peer to peer connections are also discussed as well as the way in which these may ...

10 pages in length. Technology has become very common in the workplace; while these technologies are neither good nor evil, they can still be used by their creator in a manner that mirrors the entire spectrum of human behavior. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

E-Marketing for Success

  • 13 page paper

This 13 page paper consider a case where an e-business has seen declining page hits and reduced profits. The paper looks at why this may have occurred and how it can be changed by way of using competitive advantage and marketing communications. Using real cases as examples to demonstrate points raised the paper concludes with ...

A 6 page paper. As information technology has advanced, so has the concern about privacy. Who owns any information becomes a question of contention. This essay reviews three articles that address the issues of privacy, information ownership, regulations and laws in one way or another. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

An 8 page discussion of the varying Internet utilization and provisions in Eastern Europe verses that in countries such as the United States and Western European countries. Notes the historic and economic factors which have resulted in a relative lag in Internet receptivity and provision in Eastern Europe. Concludes that while this lag ...

Computer Technology and Social Revolution: This 8-page essay examines how widespread computer technologies can lead to revolution relevant to social/ societal relations. Today, just years after its introduction, the Web has become a major cultural movement involving millions of people. How will this ultimately alter our lives? Bibliography lists 4 sources. SNComrev.doc

WebTV

  • 8 page paper

8 pages in length. Since the invention of computer technology, people have been searching for ways to incorporate the Internet into their daily lives. The problem at hand, however, was addressing the needs of those who either did not want to learn all the computer skills or were not able to fully understand ...

This 10 page paper presents several ideas to support the thesis that while nuclear and biological weapons pose the greatest threat to the public, information security could potentially dwarf the overall impact of such attacks. Other aspects of the usefulness of computers in fighting terrorism are discussed. Bibliography lists 8 sources. ...

5 pages in length. The threat to computer safety is quite significant in light of malicious hackers, myriad viruses and the very real potential of losing confidential information due to crashing. With so many potential risks for users to worry about, it is clear that every computer on the Internet needs to be ...

This 24 page report discusses the ideals and goals of democratic accountability in relationship to the ongoing development of electronic process in government or “e-government.” Government is moving in the same direction as much of the world in terms of utilizing information technology in communication, commerce, research, and a vast array of other applications of which the average American knows little. That ...

An 8 page research paper that examines the controversy over filtering Internet access as mandated by a new federal law. The writer discusses why the ALA and ACLU are opposed to this law and how filtering programs simply do not work. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

10 pages in length. From its humble beginnings in the mid twentieth century, the computer has taken the world on a never-ending technological ride of immense discovery. From business to personal and everything in between, computerization has eliminated virtually all barriers that once existed within traditional methods of operation. That one's entire ...

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