The first book ever written on the topic of e-commerce.
In conjunction with explaining the emerging technology and network infrastructure, the authors emphasize the business applications and mercantile strategies, challenges and opportunities of conducting business on the information superhighway. This book is aimed at the business person who wants to understand the revolution taking place in electronic commerce.
Frontiers of Electronic Commerce details the workings of network infrastructure and discusses consumer and organizational applications of the Internet. It overviews the technologies and regulations involved in designing electronic commerce applications, focusing on the World Wide Web and deals with technologies such as software agents, broadband technology, and mobile and cellular networks.