Citations with the tag: INTERNET -- Economic aspects
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- International faxing is cheaper on the Internet.
Chapman, Kimberly // Network World; 05/08/98, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p10
States that it might cost more to use the Internet instead of regular telephone lines to fax within North America, but its faxing by way of the Internet to the rest of the world is cheaper. Examination of the rates paid by persons in Canada; Details on the year 2004 estimates for International...
- Electronic commerce: Implications of the Internet for business practice and strategy.
Kambil, Ajit // Business Economics; Oct95, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p27
Discusses the implications of the Internet for business practice and strategy. Reconfiguration of firm strategy and organization; Economies of scale, scope and externalities; Enhancement of brand identities.
- Profiting from the Internet's rise.
Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor; 11/17/97, Vol. 89 Issue 246, pB6
Discusses investment in the Internet and its related technologies in late 1997. The volatile nature of some Internet stocks; Technology funds which rate high on the Morningstar rating service including Invesco Strategic Technology and T. Rowe Price Science & Technology; Positive ratings for...
- Researcher Sees Online Technology Invading Current Total Domination Of Cash, Checks And Credit Cards For Consumer Debt Satisfaction.
Halverson, Guy // Insurance Advocate; 01/20/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 3, p21
Predicts that the advent of online technology will increase the growth of the market for alternative person-to-person payment mechanism from 2001 to 2010 based on the report `Person-to-Person Payments: You've Got Money.'
- Joining the ends of the universe.
Andelman, David A. // Management Review; Feb96, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p54
Discusses the establishment of the policies on the use of the Internet to help businesses in the United States. Concerns on the rapid growth of the network; Issue on the control of the copyright of products that go up onto the Internet; Concerns on risks of consumer fraud.
- Cybersurfing on the Internet.
Green, John // NZ Business; Feb95, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p51
Discusses the prospects for the commercial use of the Internet in New Zealand. History of the Internet; Connection by DEC of its Alpha computer to Internet; Benefits of using the Internet for business enterprises in New Zealand; Other companies using Internet.
- Jobs associated with the internet.
Steinberg, Gary // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Summer97, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p2
Discusses how the Internet affects the economy and the work force. Growth of the Internet and users; Reasons by businesses and other organizations are using the Internet; How the Internet technology has been used to create internal networks called intranets; Occupations and the Internet; Ways...
- Toward electronic money: Some Internet experiments.
Dyson, Peter E. // Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing; 6/10/95, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p3
Looks at four approaches to Internet commerce and fund movement. CommerceNet and Netscape's mechanism for transmission of credit-card numbers; First Virtual's intermediary between buyers and sellers; DigiCash's running of an experiment with Cyberbucks. INSETS: RSA's public-key encryption.;Smart...
- Technology, prepress systems and you: January 1996 update.
Gold, Michael R. // Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing; 1/22/96, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p11
- DBMS response time tempers Web strategies.
Francett, Barbara // Software Magazine; Sep96, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p67
Assesses the adoption of the Internet as an application medium by corporations. How delay time may affect customer usage; Offer made to corporations by the Internet and corporate intranets; Information on exceptions to the application. INSET: Protocol problems..
- CA*net: Plans and projections from Canada's Internet backbone carrier.
Fockler, Kenneth // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Oct94, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p49
Reports on the status and evolution of CA*net, Canada's Internet backbone network. Factors affecting the evolution of infrastructures; Addressing of national need to extend access and capacity to a maximum number of Canadians; Increase in the number of Internet access providers and service...
- The future of the Internet as a business marketing platform.
Fowler, David // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Oct94, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p77
Forecasts on the Internet as an important vehicle for a variety of business transactions. Use of data encryption and user authentication tools in banking, credit card, and business and financial transactions; Provision of applications for browsing and accessing multiple information sources by...
- You gotta be in it.
Titch, Steven // Telephony; 3/17/97, Vol. 232 Issue 11, p22
Experiments on the use of Internet to business world. Sun's Microsystems use of advanced Internet applications; Process of local competition in the World Wide Web sites; Internet's collection of business terms; Benefits of Internet to large corporations. INSETS: A parking space in cyberspace,...
- Selling in Cyberspace.
Daniel, Michelle // Women in Business; May/Jun97, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p44
Views the business in the Internet. How the women in business view the services through Internet; Advantage of technology in business; Question to consider before creating a Web site; Advantage of Internet business for business customers; Three aspects of marketing in the Web; More information.
- The Internet Business.
Daniel, Michelle // Rural Telecommunications; Sep/Oct99, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p9
Presents information from the survey titled `The Internet's Impact on Business Productivity and Individual Work Habits.' Major benefit from the technology; Percentage that purchase products on the Web; Other findings.
- Internet blues.
Meyer, Peter // Business & Economic Review; Apr-Jun97, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p3
Reveals why the current version of the Internet, as illustrated by America Online's outages, is insupportable. Economics of running an Internet Service Provider (ISP); Industries where the Internet can prove to be useful; Suggested pricing structure for ISPs. INSETS: What if you have a Web...
- Next phase of Internet will be better grounded.
Watt, Michael // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 04/20/2001, Vol. 48 Issue 16, p39A
Comments on the use of the Internet as a marketing tool in the United States. Manipulation by sports franchises; Role as cornerstone for the economic future; Application of the fundamental laws of business; Assessment of the Internet bandwagon.
- How to use today's high-tech tools.
Watt, Michael // Public Relations Tactics; Jan96, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p16
Offers advice on how to effectively use the Internet for commercial purposes. Non-existence of the information superhighway; Need to make target audience keep coming back to the site; Building of a creative site; Conducting of survey research to make certain that the audience is there;...
- Businesses ponder Internet for money-making potential.
Blake, Laura // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 4/3/95, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p1
Part I. Focuses on the Internet and its impact on business. Background on the Internet; Proliferation of Internet access providers; Availability of Internet-friendly software; Improvements in hypertext technology; Popularity of the World Wide Web; Value of Internet browsers.
- Big challenges emerging for small Net providers.
Bray, Hiawatha // Crain's Detroit Business; 9/11/95, Vol. 11 Issue 37, p17
Reports that small Internet companies are facing big challenges from the world's biggest corporations who are also selling Internet access to businesses and consumers. Advantage of local Internet companies over the industry titans; Enumeration of companies offering Internet products; Comparison...
- In search of commercial opportunity on the Net.
McClain, Randy // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 5/15/95, Vol. 15 Issue 45, p17
Reports on the use of the Internet for marketing purposes by New Orleans, Louisiana entrepreneurs Keith Dufour and Dorian Bennett. Dufour's marketing of Caribbean vacations for clients worldwide; Bennett's marketing of real estate properties; Total sales closed through the network; Description...
- Internet, or future imitator, sure to become business tool.
Squires, Gregg // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 6/27/94 - 7/4/94, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on the business uses of Internet. Factors and applications of Internet; Availability of Internet.
- The Internet is influential, but is it a saavy investment?
Tompkins, John // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 05/12/97, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p16
Discusses the reasons why mutual fund managers are scared of building a portfolio of Internet stocks. Publication of `The Internet Report'; Investing in the Internet left to individuals and a pair of micro-mini funds; Launching of the NetNet Fund by Munder Capital Management.
- When do you into a new town, make sure you have a good address.
Holderness, Mike // New Scientist; 5/6/95, Vol. 146 Issue 1976, p48
Informs about the Internet. Various services of Internet; Details of electronic mail service; Frequently Asked Questions list(FAQ); File Transfer Protocol (FTP); World Wide Web (WWW).
- Partner Links.
Holderness, Mike // Cuba Country Review; 2011, p130
The article lists the international and regional partner links which have contributed in the dissemination of economic and political-related issues in Cuba including Internet Resources for International Business of Columbia University, Watson Library Business and Economics Internet Resources,...
- Partner Links.
Holderness, Mike // Cyprus Country Review; 2011, p128
The article lists the international and regional partner links which have helped in the dissemination of economic and political-related issues in Cyprus including the Internet Resources for International Business of Columbia University, African Business and Economy, and Economic Commission for...
- The Internet.
Rasmussen, Jeremy // CMA Magazine; Mar1996, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on the business uses of the Internet. Background on the Internet's development; Growth projection; Business values; Flexibility and productivity; Savings in time and money; Distribution; Marketing. INSET: Ten rules of thumb on how to choose an Internet provider..
- How safe do you think the Internet is?
Romano, Catherine // Management Review; Sep96, Vol. 85 Issue 9, p7
Presents the results of a survey on business enterprises using the Internet. Use of the Internet for business communication; Concerns on Internet security; Other concerns about Internet use by employees.
- Small companies eye Internet for IPOs.
Romano, Catherine // Fairfield County Business Journal; 10/28/96, Vol. 35 Issue 44, p17
Reports on statement of Richard Borden about increasing number of companies eyeing the Internet as a place for launching their initial public offerings. Example of Spring Street's strategy; Outline of process for selling stock on the Internet.
- Connecticut firms tapping the power of the Internet.
Rosenkrntz, Holly // Fairfield County Business Journal; 11/18/96, Vol. 35 Issue 47, p8
Reports on how the Internet is used by business firms in Connecticut. Extranet as a cross between Internet and internal corporate intranets; Marketing in the internet; Sending the right messages to lure customers.
- Internet Growth Offers Opportunities for Packaging.
Pace, Norma // Paperboard Packaging; Jan2000, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p4
Focuses on the effect of Internet growth in packaging. Changes in distribution; Efficiency in accumulating data on customers; Opportunities to reach customers.
- A travel guide to the Internet.
O'Connell, Sandra E. // HRMagazine; May96, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p37
Discusses the Internet computer network from a business enterprise perspective. Internet service providers; Human resource-related World Wide Web sites; Cost considerations.
- Setting up shop on the Web.
Hardy, Reg // Business NH Magazine; Sep95, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p19
Presents factors to consider when building an on-line presence on the Internet and the Web. Creating a Web page; Determining marketing needs; Considerations for a workstation.
- Businesswomen turn to Net for networking.
Hardy, Reg // Indianapolis Business Journal; 9/16/96, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p33
Focuses on the networking opportunities discovered by Indianapolis, Indiana-area businesswomen on the Internet. Possible funding sources; Leads on possible clients.
- Partner Links.
Hardy, Reg // Czech Republic Country Review; 2011, p123
The article lists the international and regional partner links which have contributed in giving economic and political information related to Czech Republic including Internet Resources for International Business of Columbia University, Watson Library Business and Economics Internet Resources,...
- Unfillable expectations.
Bradner, Scott // Network World; 02/23/98, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p34
Opinion. Comments on claims being relating to the explosion of cheap Internet bandwidth. Details on the myths associated with measurement of bandwidth; Speculation on the replacement of network infrastructure with ATM.
- E-com show participants get down to business.
Gittlen, Sandra // Network World; 03/30/98, Vol. 15 Issue 13, p8
Presents information on the events and discussions at the Internet Commerce Expo. Details on what was done at the meeting; Information on Internet business; Predictions on the value of business to business commerce on the Internet; Indication of the obsolescence of electronic data exchange.
- Corporate services find new channel as businesses launch Internet invasion.
Patch, Kimberly; Varney, Sarah E. // PC Week; 4/25/94, Vol. 11 Issue 16, p1
Reports on the plans of several computer companies to develop products and services that will allow corporations to conduct business and perform communications functions over the Internet computer network. Microsoft Corp.'s Enterprise Messaging Server; MCI's faxing and telecommunications...
- Cybergold or bust.
Smith, Laura B. // PC Week; 8/14/95, Vol. 12 Issue 32, pE/3
Compares the Internet commercialization with the gold rush of the late 1800s.
Smith, Laura B. // PC Week; 8/14/95, Vol. 12 Issue 32, pE/3
Presents statistics on company spending on Internet access. Information Marketing; Mass Mutual; Pepsi-Cola North America; U.S. Computer Services.
- A penny for my thoughts is more than I could hope for on the next Internet.
Metcalfe, Bob // InfoWorld; 1/22/96, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p44
Presents the author's reflections regarding money and Internet access. History of money's use; Implications of the evolution of the digital money; Role of advertising in paying for Internet access and content; Consumers' opinions regarding the need for money in accessing the Internet.
- Searching for ways to make a buck on the Internet.
Van Name, Mark L.; Catchings, Bill // PC Week; 10/31/94, Vol. 11 Issue 43, pN/7
Discusses ways of using the Internet profitably. Two main functions of Internet; Use of the network as an advertising tool or as an order-taking mechanisms; Absence of a simple way of billing for content.
- Are you st for the 'net?
Simonson, Ken // Fleet Owner; Sep99, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p46
Looks at the effects of the Internet on the trucking industry. Customer communication; Reduction of paperworks; Customer base.
- Business booms on Internet.
Perl, Larry // Crain's Detroit Business; 12/4/95, Vol. 11 Issue 49, p12
Focuses on the increasing use of the Internet computer network as a business tool. Use of the Internet to attract prospective customers; Increased use of the World Wide Web information retrieval; system; Role of the Internet in the growth of small businesses in the United States.
- In cyberspace, everyone can hear you scream.
Friedman, Sam // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag; 6/26/95, Vol. 99 Issue 26, p23
Reports on the advantages of Internet in helping insurance agents, brokers, insurers, risk managers and regulators do their jobs. Insurance industry with a long way to go before saying that the technology is living up to its hype; Marketing via Internet; Internet's lessons; Internet as...
- Tools for teams.
Knoth, Janmarie // Machine Design; 07/24/97, Vol. 69 Issue 14, p8A
Focuses on the benefits of the Internet for collaboration to happen in an engineering workplace. How design teams can collaborate on intranets; Comments from senior manager of Information Systems/Unigraphics at the MDA Space Station, Jeff Jensen; Products that incorporate Internet publishing...
- The internet and you.
Dahmer, Bart // Training & Development; Jun95, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p67
discusses the features of the internet computer network. Advantages of the electronic mailing system and informations access feature of the internet; Various on-line services of the internet; Changing status of the internet. INSETS: A glossary of internet basics.;On-line service providers.;For...
- Opening up China, one byte at a time.
Freedberg Jr., Sydney J. // National Journal; 7/18/98, Vol. 30 Issue 29, p1672
Presents information on the use of the Internet in China. Concern raised by United States Commerce Secretary William M. Daley about the Internet in China; Uses of the Internet that were banned in China; Position of Internet freedom advocates on the issue.
- The Internet means business.
Willmott, Rickayre; Willmott, Don // Australian Personal Computer; Jun95, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p155
Focuses on the Internet as a marketing tool. Internet's impact on advertising and marketing; Networking; Web servers; Information services; Electronic mail systems.
- Secure Internet servers just around the corner.
Sulliwan, Kristina B. // PC Week; 12/12/94, Vol. 11 Issue 49, pN/1
Focuses on the projected number of people interested in setting up commerce on the Internet computer network. Processing of money transactions in the Internet despite problems of security; Emergence of competing security solutions.