INTERNET RETAIL SITES INDUSTRY.
Evolution since 1994, strengths & weaknesses, competition, major suppliers, network/ISP relations, consumer bargaining power, small businesses.
Voice & fax phone calls via Internet. Benefits to consumers, economics, compares products, technology, gateways, provider competition, phone companies, end users, regulation.
IMPACT OF TELEPHONY ON AMERICAN BUSINESS.
Analyzes the technological development of IP Telephony. Defines the technology as the merging of the telephone and the Internet enabling users to use their Internet broadband connections for a variety of communiction tasks. Discusses studies on the topic. How the technology works. The basis of the technology. Why companies use it.
NORDSTROMS AND BLUEFLY.COM.
Comparison of the two retailers. Compares a physical store with a electronic market. SWOT analysis of both operations (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats). Discusses similarities. Nordstrom as a major upscale retailer, "shopping as entertainment" concept, low sales record. Business model of Bluefly.com, an Internet retailer of discounted designer fashion brands.
The Company's digital wireless network. Description of U.S> firm; provision of nationwide service. Major market segments; products offered. Cost range. Major competitors. Consumer behavior re: cell phone usage. The sales cycle; promotion. Sprint web site; promotional and marketing links to its affiliate programs.
Discusses the history of the Internet, how it was created, its status at present, and its prospects for the future. The rapid growth of Internet technology and the low cost of computers are addressed as is the issue of how the Internet shapes human communication and interactions.
Case Study Global communications
This is a case study on Global Communications. It examines the company's plans for profitability, and whether they are appropriate and ethical. Discusses the plan's provision for new services and for cost cutting measures to improve company profitability.
Cyberport of Hong Kong
This paper is a study of the Hong Kong Cyberport project. It analsyses its chances for success in both the short term and long term. Concludes that the Cyberport project will fail.