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Managing E-Commerce and Mobile Computing Technologies

Managing E-Commerce and Mobile Computing Technologies
Author(s)/Editor(s): Julie R. Mariga (Purdue University, USA)
Copyright: ©2003
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-931777-46-9
ISBN13: 9781931777469
ISBN10: 1931777462
EISBN13: 9781931777629


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In recent years, electronic commerce technologies have been very instrumental to many organizations around the globe. Through the use of electronic commerce, now organizations of all sizes and types are able to conduct business without worrying about the territorial market limitations of the past. Additionally, mobile commerce technologies are further enabling such organizations to communicate more effectively with methods such as wireless technologies. In spite of the advancements, problems still exist with the technology. Therefore, Managing E-Commerce and Mobile Computing Technologies examines the challenges and limitations involved in implementing and using these technologies.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Julie Mariga (Ed.)
Julie R. Mariga is an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems and Technology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. Her areas of interest include collaborative computing, mobile computing and increasing under-represented groups in the Information Technology field. Professor Mariga is an award-winning teacher at Purdue University. She has won a university-level teaching award, two school-level teaching awards, and three department-level teaching awards. Professor Mariga co-authored the textbook Client/Server Information Systems: A Business Oriented Approach (1999), is a contributing author to The Internet Encyclopedia (2002), both of which are published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. She also has written 11 referred conference articles. Professor Mariga is a member of various professional organizations, including Information Resources Management Association (IRMA), where she served as track chair for Mobile Computing and Commerce, as well as Minorities in Information Technology, and International Association of Computer Information Systems (IACIS).


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