DT315 Year 2. E-Business Lecturer: Frank Doyle Semester 1. E-Business. Frank Doyle MIS Department Room: 1-019 Aungier Street Ext: 3246 Mailto:frank.doyle@DIT.IE HTTP://FJDoyle.DIT.IE http://francisjdoyle.com FTP://fjdoyle.dit.ie ftp://francisjdoyle.com. E-Business. Introduction
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DT315 Year 2
Lecturer: Frank Doyle
Room: 1-019 Aungier Street
Internet, non commercial, Military & Research
1992 World Wide Web – Tim Berners Lee
Electronic Funds Transfer EFT.
Electronic Data interchange EDI.
2000 Dot Com, Dot Con, Dot Bomb, Dot Bust.
2003 Second Wave.
Initially US, English language only.
Venture capital (-> Bubble and Bust).
Slow dial-up telephone lines.
Korea has extensive Internet coverage at very high speeds, on-line Movies.
2003 Second Wave.
Piracy of music, videos, software and books.
First mover advantage meant success!!!!!!!!!
“The second mouse gets the cheese.”
Business processes to identify customers.
Advantages of E-Business
Difficult to build from scratch.
“On the Internet no one knows you’re a dog”
6 billion people, 400 million native English speakers.
50% of Web sites are in English. Translation services.
Japanese people do not pay by credit card, prefer cash.
Control in some countries: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, North Korea, China. Strict censorship.
Network charges vary, US cheap, some 3rd World countries are very expensive.
50% of Businesses turn away International orders.
$800 Billion to process paper work of international orders
Law and currency.
Huge disparity in Law. A multitude of currencies.