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Business Management Disadvantage

(1) One disadvantage of an ASP is: A) the leasing company must make room for operations and maintenance employees of the ASP. B) the leasing company gives up control of security and has to trust the ASP to adequately protect systems and data. C) the leasing company is responsible for maintaining the equipment the ASP provi

Marketing: m-commerce, e-procurement, aggregator, e-government

(1) Evidence suggests that important factors conducive to job satisfaction include all of the following except: A) mentally challenging work. B) high pay. C) supportive relationships. D) supportive working conditions. (2) Of the fullest potential applications, the best suited to m-commerce is: A) purchasing an autom

Electronic Business: Demand Media Studios

Select and research Demand Media Studios. Create a post that: - Outlines of the chosen international organization within the context of the E-business area - Describes the type of E-business model the company uses - Describes how the E-business model of the company aligns with the theories learned in this class - Discusses

Electronic Business

A new client of a shoe store is planning to move to e-business format. The client is wondering if everything is ready. To evaluate the e-business capability of the shoe store, you will have to perform an assessment of the current state of a company and the process of determining gaps between the current and future state. -Eva

Management Information Systems

E-commerce is the trend that most companies are going toward now a days. You are to select one business that does not already employ e-commerce and develop an Internet strategy for it. Most of the big corporations already use the Internet for business so you may have to think of something on a smaller scale, for example a local

E-Commerce and Globalization for Wal-Mart

Explain how Wal-Mart integrates the concepts and operations management principles that you've been studying in this module and address the following questions : 1) Check the internet about the company you chose. Check the websites as well. How is e-commerce applied in the organization? 2) How can e-commerce provide competi

Electronic Business

Privacy (Internet and otherwise) is this month's topic at the local business owners' networking group meeting. Implementing e-business solutions that protect individual privacy have ethical and legal ramifications. Addressing these concerns can be seen as limiting your ability to use the technology of the Internet for the most f

Discussing Internet Security, Risks, and Web Presence

You want to bring up concerns about security with your brother. Joseph asks you, "If the Internet is inherently not secure, then why are so many business, government, and military transactions being processed online?" Your brother feels that the security risks for his food business are minimal to nonexistent. You respond that se

Electronic Business

Open source e-commerce solutions are opening a vast amount of possibilities because of the flexibility and cost-effectiveness they provide to all types of businesses in different business sectors. Retail stores trying to cut costs with the inconsistencies of the economy and economic future are starting to use different platforms

Business Ethics Case - The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce

1. What is a business's obligation to build an ethical culture and balance its desire for profit with ethical responsibilities to employees, customers, society and the environment? 2. Miguel buys a truck in Texas then moves to Washington A year later, he is driving his truck in Oklahoma, and causes an accident by running i

Marketing research (MR) is a unique method of evaluating an organizations' internal and external environments. A SWOTT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends) analysis is often considered to be an outlined segment of market research. It is a foundational element to new business ventures and/or restructuring, reshaping, reformulating, and enhancing the current organizational culture. MR is a comprehensive analysis of strategic positioning within the marketplace. According to Trish G. Byrnes (2003) the research process may involve asking pertinent questions as it pertains to the organizations main objective, such as; Where the organization wants to go in terms of globalization, or shareholder wealth maximization? Is the product or service relevant to the marketplace? Is the product needed at this time? What is the cost to finance such a product or service? What are the current trends? Byrnes further suggests that MR may require qualitative and quantitative data in order to determine the best strategic approach, especially during times where a products life cycle is uncertain. "As businesses continue to develop and mature in the new millennium, marketing decision makers will face a variety of new and more complex challenges, problems, and opportunities from changing legal, political, cultural, technological, and competitive landscapes that directly impact their firms' operations."(Hair, Bush, and Ortinau, 2003).

Marketing research (MR) is a unique method of evaluating an organizations' internal and external environments. A SWOTT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends) analysis is often considered to be an outlined segment of market research. It is a foundational element to new business ventures and/or restructuring

Dollar General Database Database systems are developed to make an organization's day-to-day operations run smoothly. It provides an organization a convenient way to handle business transactions by eliminating the use of mundane processes that may occur. For instance, most e-Commerce based organizations have a FAQ page on their website in order to address the recurring concerns and questions of consumers, this allows an organization to answer the same question continuously without providing new information to answer that one question, therefore a FAQ page is a method of reducing the amount of reiteration of addressing the same issue. In retrospect a database is similar to an internal electronic FAQ page for a business, for example, it is a convenient way to handle an overwhelming demand for an organizational process such as; an HR function of payroll or employment recruiting. A database would contain sensitive information, thus offering a system that enables the organization to store a large amount of information. According to Senior Researcher for Microsoft Corporation, James N. Gray (1997), database systems have taken on many forms of evolution and variations of changes to restructure organization and revolutionize the way organizations conduct business..

convenient way to handle business transactions by eliminating the use of mundane processes that may occur. For instance, most e-Commerce based organizations have a FAQ page on their website in order to address the recurring concerns and questions of consumers, this allows an organization to answer the same question continuously

E-Commerce and 4 Ps

1.What are the differences in marketing to a business as opposed to a consumer? Why is it different? How is it different? 2.The world of e-commerce has certainly changed the ideas of buying and selling. However, even with using the internet the 4-P's still are important. For this Discussion Questions, how do you feel the Pl

Management Information Systems help

1. E-commerce can help or hinder an organization. Take a stand on one side and defend it. 2. It is usually agreed that "stores without walls" give customers many advantages. Discuss some of the disadvantages. 3. What is better, centralized or decentralized systems? Take a stand on one side and defend (and support!) your po

Bank Encounters a Security Breach

See the attached file. Case Study 1 - Public Company Banking Events of a Breach a. Accessed bank transfer of Sabanes-Oxley - compliant company b. Accessed systems after IT-vendor assured security c. Accessed sensitive Human Resource data over supposedly secure IntraNETs d. Downloaded Credit Union's customer file e. Fille

Explain the importance of customer service and customer support in an e-business and discuss some of the strategies businesses can use in creating customer relationship management

One way e-businesses can differentiate their business is by providing benefits to the customer. One important aspect is customer service, such as FAQ or one-click shopping cart. Markets see the value of customer relationship management (CRM). The goal is to maintain a long-term relationship with the customers. Explain the imp

Emerging Technology and Trends

· Evaluate the effects of emerging technology trends on e-business and SCM. · Describe and provide examples and additional research of business opportunities based upon e-business and SCM principles. The response addresses the queries posted in 791 words with references.

Being All Things to All People & Ask Eraser

1. Being All Things to All People may cause many entrepreneurs to disagree because they do not want to limit their services to any clients. Persuade a new entrepreneur that a specific focus is better for her business. 2. Ask Eraser is designed to strengthen users trust in Ask.com. Discuss the ways Ask Eraser might have th

Moving from E-Business to Bricks and Mortar: Impact on Cash

So basically they are moving into another sector of the business, from mail order to the actual department store and have spent cash flows in order to generate business and other cost pertaining the department structure of the business. But how does that relate to the relationship of net income and working operations etc. Just t

E-Business: Doing Business Online

Create a table in Excel to compare and contrast the Websites: www.Amazon.com, www.BarnesAndNoble.com, and www.Borders.com, using the following criteria: functionality, design, content, originality, professionalism and effectiveness.

Importance of information security in organizations

1) Explain the need for a sound information security in organizations. 2) How will you justify the need of introducing information security procedures, policies or awareness training to enterprises of various sizes, taking into consideration the cost involved, the industry (e.g. small banks?), the level of threat, and exposur

Analyzing a hi-tech website for a small retail store

A project forms an important aspect of change and development in a business. Modern times have led to an increased importance of web-based platforms for communicating to the clients and presenting them with the required information. The current project is to create a hi-tech website for a small retail store in order to be able t