ICoEC 2006 Proceedings

Abstract: This paper examines the relationships between salient beliefs and intention to shop online based on TRA model. Over 140 students of a Malaysian university completed a 4-page questionnaire consisting of 26-items measuring salient beliefs (convenience, information, product perception, shopping experie...
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Abstract: Trust is an increasingly important concept on the Internet, especially for the eCommerce environment. Creating initial trust from buyer to seller is one of the problem that eCommerce need to address immediately since without this initial trust, buyers will be reluctant to commit any transaction thro...
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Abstract: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) removed the restrictions on providing banking transactions through the Internet on June 2000. This has enabled Internet banking to be emerged as a popular financial service delivery platform in Malaysia. The success of this new distribution channel for banking products and...
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Abstract: The application of Internet technology to the banking industry has transformed the traditional practice into a new era of convenient banking at your home or office with a touch of a button! This concept is new and practical to people who have the knowledge and means to accept this convenient and saf...
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Abstract: As the penetration of electronic commerce (e-commerce) and electronic business (e-business) occurs in our daily lives, the overall stakeholders of economic growth, including private sector enterprises, governments and society as a whole are beginning to realize the true potential of information tech...
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Abstract: This study had used the DeLone and McLean (2003, 2004) up-stream model of e-commerce success to evaluate Malaysia’s e-government flagship applications In this article, we present the evaluation results of Malaysia’s six egovernment flagship applications from internal end-users’ perspective. Th...
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Abstract: A content analysis study was conducted to determine the status of government websites of Malaysia, focusing on federal websites – using presence, content, service delivery and public response attributes. The results were matched with the General Circular No. 1/2000, Guidelines on Malaysia Civil Se...
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Abstract: The use of customer data is often an essential part of any business but those involved in E-Commerce in particular make regular use of customer and user personal data for a variety of reasons. Multinational sourcing of data-based tasks is one of the practices that have become widespread as a result ...
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Abstract: The Digital Signature Act 1997 (Act 562) (hereinafter called “the Act”) came into force since 1 October 1998 to regulate the use of digital signature and to provide for matters connected therewith in Malaysia. Among those issues concern on digital documents transmitted over any electronic networ...
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Abstract: ICT and the Internet is indeed a dynamic nature that are constantly changing and moving at a fast pace. In this environment, e-commerce has become a dominant factor in commercial transactions and business arrangements. This is a multimedia environment encompassing borderless, intangible, faceless an...
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Abstract: E-Commerce website is the new marketing and sales method to reach new customers. By overcoming the geographical constraint, e-commerce website allows users to perform purchasing activities without being physically present. Though many e-commerce websites have achieved great success, many have also f...
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Abstract: Intrusion Prevention Systems(IPS) is a new type of security element that pervades the network and automatically protects organizations from a broad variety of attack types and from all potential points of attack inside out. This embedded system plays an important role in recent technology developmen...
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Abstract: Web technology left a significant impact for business transaction. The role of buyers and vendors has been replaced by informative websites where the available information of products and services could improve supply chain and delivery cycles. As the market segment grows, the need of having organiz...
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Abstract: Purpose - This study aims to assess the perceptions of leading Australian integrators within the RFID (radio frequency identification) Industry about the future of the industry and barriers to more widespread adoption of the technology. Methodology/approach - Five leading Australian integrators pres...
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Abstract: The World Wide Web (WWW) is a fast emerging technology which enables users to view the information via a web browser such as Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. Studies have revealed that users often get ‘lost’ as they navigate deeper and deeper. Information visualisation is adopted by man...
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Abstract: Colour management is a vital aspect in interfaces design as it retains an overall balanced and coherent appearance of the interfaces. The appropriate combination use of colours creates diverse effect and enhances the outlook as well as indirectly affects on the user acceptance and satisfaction of in...
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Abstract: Generally, the Internet and the hospitality industries are enthusiastic about the mutual benefits that they could possibly bring each other. In the hospitality industry, Malaysian hotel companies have begun to recognize the importance of understanding Internet marketing; there is likely to be increa...
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Abstract: E-commerce is said to convey undisputed benefits to companies everywhere, reshaping customer and supplier relationships, streamlining business processes and even restructuring whole industries. Managers are told that ecommerce will give a tremendous boost to their companies, that businesses not invo...
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Abstract: This study examines the level of satisfaction of the usage of e-commerce applications among companies in Johor Bahru. To explore the issue, a set of questionnaires was distributed among the companies that have already implemented e-commerce. The finding shows that the majority of the companies are s...
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Abstract: There has been an increasing trend for companies to migrate their Supply Chain Management (SCM) online. In Malaysia however, many companies have not or are reluctant to invest in IT to improve their SCM. In order for companies to successfully migrate their SCM online, companies need to solve both te...
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Abstract: This paper outlines the potential of SMS Based financial information and transaction services which can help users in account access, payments and in making time and location independent transactions. So far, existing m-commerce initiatives have focused on GPRS or SIM based approaches which have the...
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Abstract: The emergence of wireless and mobile networks has made possible the introduction of electronic commerce to a new application and research subject: mobile commerce. This paper will be mainly focused for the shoppers who likes to shop and looking for an easy way to shop plus save their time and also m...
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