It took radio 30 years, from 1922 to 1952, to reach 50 million users. Television required 13 years to do the same thing. Cable television became available in 1974 and achieved this goal in 10 years. It took the Internet approximately five years to reach an estimated 100 million users (Source: Harris Interactive) and revolutionize … Continued
Information Management/Technology (IT)
Traditional business thinking can be an obstacle to success in cyberspace.
Learn how to deliver information, gather information, and ask for a decision.
The rapid growth of electronic commerce has led to increased interest and debate on whether, and how, e-commerce should be taxed.
Today’s information systems must add value to the organization through the creation, capture, distribution, application, and leveraging of knowledge.
Background information on the issues involved in electronic commerce and a discussion of the three basic options available for consideration.
Professional education programs cannot escape the same dramatic shifts in infrastructure and process redesign experienced by industry and government in this emerging network era.
Should the EU conclude that America’s data protections are insufficient, there could be major repercussions for businesses on both sides.