ICoEC 2006 Proceedings

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Year: 2006
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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Year: 2006
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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Year: 2006
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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Year: 2006
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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Year: 2006
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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