Covers theories and practices of business technologies, enterprise management, Internet marketing, public policies, transportation and logistics, privacy and law, business ethics, and information technologies related to electronic business.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
2: For Those About to Tag.
3: Privacy and Location–Based Mobile Services: Finding a Balance.
4: Mobile Business Models and Applications.
5: Business Models for Mobile Payment Service Provision and Enabling.
6: Ubiquitous Communication: Where is the Value Created in the Multi–Play Value Network?.
7: Predicting the Adoption of Mobile Government Services.
8: Technical Considerations for Mobile and Ubiquitous Commerce.
9: Toward Mobile Web 2.0-Based Business Methods: Collaborative QoS–Information Sharing for Mobile Service Users.
10: Strong Authentication for Financial Services: PTDs as a Compromise between Security and Usability.
11: Mobile Signature Solutions for Guaranteeing Non-Repudiation in Mobile Business and Mobile Commerce.
12: UbiSrvInt: A Context-Aware Fault-Tolerant Approach for WP2P Service Provision.
13: Interacting with Mobile Devices.
14: Perceptions of Mobile Device Website Design: Culture, Gender and Age Comparisons.
15: The Exchange of Emotional Content in Business Communications: A Comparison of PC and Mobile E-Mail Users.
16: International Perspectives for Mobile and Ubiquitous Commerce.
17: Mobile Internet Adoption by Spanish Consumers.
18: Framework for Mobile Payment Systems in India.
19: Additional Selected Readings.
20: Mobile Code and Security Issues.
21: Finland: Internationalization as the Key to Growth and M-Commerce Success.
22: Mobile Workforce Management in a Service-Oriented Enterprise:Capturing Concepts and Requirements in a Multi-Agent Infrastructure.
23: Bringing Secure Wireless Technology to the Bedside: A Case Study of Two Canadian Healthcare Organizations.