ICoEC 2005 Proceedings

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Year: 2005
Abstract: E-commerce appears to be a complementary method of doing business. It is hypothesized that to provide the enterprises the opportunity to generate revenues. Its adoption requires the emplacement of ICT infrastructure within the enterprise, while the levels of sophistication, requirements, and expendi...
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Year: 2005
Abstract: The internet has become a key medium for the purchase of products and services in virtual markets and has effectively linked all countries and business. It has been estimated that the internet market is worth $300 billion in 1995. Through the internet, electronic commerce offers a tremendously wide ...
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Year: 2005
Abstract: Permanent establishment has been used as a principle or threshold to determine whether a country has taxing rights on the business profits of a non-resident taxpayer. That threshold, however, has raised many questions in the context of e-commerce. Many countries are now concerned of how to determine...
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Year: 2005
Abstract: This paper presents an analysis of selected MSC companies in a survey of Disaster Contingency Recovery Planning (DCRP). In particular, it examines the role of management in planning and setting priorities for contingency planning, especially in those organizations that have specified IT is vertical ...
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Year: 2005
Abstract: BS7799 is the British standard. BS7799 comes in two parts ISO/IEC 17799:2000 (part 1) and BS7799- 2002 (part 2) that provides guidelines for safeguarding an organizations asset. It is the intention of both standards to be a reference point from which information security management can be effectivel...
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