Managing Internet and Intranet Technologies in Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities: Challenges and Opportunities

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Dasgupta, Subhasish
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2000. gada 1. jūl. - 232 lappuses

This book provides a comprehensive treatment of Internet and intranet technologies, electronic commerce, and the management of these technologies within organizations. Managing Internet and Intranet Technologies in Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities looks at both technical and organizational issues related to management of Internet and intranet technologies.

Technical issues covered in the book include intranet-Internet infrastructure, data warehousing and Web security and reliability. Organizational topics include Internet and intranets for ERP and E-business, education and learning using Web technologies and approaches to virtual shopping.

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Organizational Intranets Cultivating Information Technology for the People by the People
1
Service Quality in the Virtual World The Case of Extranets
21
WebBased Instruction in Organizations Impact Advantages and Disadvantages
35
Effect of Hypertext and Animation on Learning
50
Managing ValueCreation in the Digital Economy Information Types and EBusiness Models
62
Building an Infrastructure to Manage Electronic Services
71
Macroeconomic Implications of Virtual Shopping A Theoretical Approach
104
MCommerce Mobile Electronic Commerce
127
ERP + EBusiness A New Vision of Enterprise Systems
147
Security The Snake in the ECommerce Garden
165
Managing Web Site Performance and Reliability
187
From Web Log to Data Warehouse An Evolving Example
203
About the Authors
217
Index
222
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Subhasish Dasgupta is an associate professor of information systems in the School of Business, George Washington University. Dasgupta received his PhD from Baruch College, The City University of New York (CUNY). He received both his MBA and BS from the University of Calcutta (India). He has published his research in refereed journals such as Decision Support Systems, the European Journal of Information System, the Journal of Global Information Management, the Electronic Markets Journal, and the Simulation and Gaming Journal. Dasgupta has published two edited books, Internet and Intranet Technologies in Organizations and Encyclopedia of Virtual Communities and Technologies. He has also presented his research in major regional, national, and international conferences. [Editor]

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