The meteoric growth of Internet based E-commerce at the turn
of the last century is truly baffling. This note explains the following topics
related to Internet Programme for E-Commerce: Basic Concepts of HTML, Working
with Links, Images, Audio and Video, Working with Java Script and VB Script,
Introducing Linux, Cryptography, Digital Signature and Cyber Law, Introduction
to Internet Information Server (IIS) and Introduction to Apache Server.
Author(s): The Directorate of Distance Education, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and
covers the following topics: e-business, e-commerce, types of application,
Drivers of E-commerce, E-Auctioning, Electronic Procurement, Electronic
Marketing, Electronic Logistics, Business Models, Opportunities and Problems in
e-commerce, Recent Trends and Advancement in E-commerce, Advancement in
provides the detailed overview of E-commerce. Topics covered includes:
Introduction to Electronic Commerce, Traditional Commerce v/s E- Commerce, E-
Commerce Models, Network infrastructure for ecommerce, Mobile Commerce, Security
in E-Commerce, Threats and Security, Security tool in E-Commerce, Risk
management approach in E-commerce, Electronic Data Interchange, Electronic
Payment System, Intranet and Extranet, Legal Issues related to E-commerce in
The main aim of this note is to arm you with adequate
information on the concept and nature of E-Business, its components and its
roles in businesses and the society as a whole. It also aims at making you have
a greater understanding of the fundamentals of marketing, business security
challenges, copyright law, fraud prevention and the role of E-Business in the
This note provides
an overview of the principles of E-Commerce. Topics covered includes: The origin
and growth of E-Commerce, Technologies that support the development of
E-Commerce applications, Business models and strategies for E-Commerce.
covers the following topics: Technologies and mechanism related to open
systems and electronic commerce, Introduction to the computer communication
networks, open API and open source, data sharing and data-interchange, Internet
payment gateway, Internet security, version control, Search Engine Optimization,
layered architecture, local and wide area networks, subnet mask, DNS
architecture, subnetting and supernetting, MAC address and IP address.
This lecture note covers the following topics: Framework Of
E-Commerce, Internet Service Provider, Internet And World Wide Web, Electronic
Payment Systems, E-Commerce, Retail Industry and Banking Industry, Electronic
Commerce And Online Publishing, Digital Copyright, Intranet And Supply Chain
Management, Intranets, Customer Asset Management, Manufacturing and Corporate
Finance, The Corporate Digital Library.
Directorate of Distance Education, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and
This e-primers aim to provide
readers with a clear understanding of the various terminologies, definitions,
trends, and issues associated with the information age. The primers are written
in simple, easy-to-understand language. Topics covered includes: e-commerce:
Concepts and Definitions, E-commerce Applications: Issues and Prospects,
E-commerce in Developing Countries.
This note covers the following topics: Distributed systems,
Commerce and the internet, E-commerce applications, The facilities of the
internet used to support e-commerce and e-business systems, Issues and problems
affecting internet, e-commerce and e-business development, A distributed system
and Internet business models.
Topics covered are: Technological challenges of conducting business on the
World Wide Web, innovative business models in electronic commerce, digital
platforms of Business to Customer and Business to Business trade, guidelines for
website usability, Internet marketing and advertising, search engine
optimization and search engine marketing for profitability, web statistics and
analytics, security issues on the Internet.
serve as a guide in ordinary business matters, one that would enable those
seeking information regarding modern business methods to obtain the knowledge
desired without having to search through a whole library to find it.