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What is E-Economy

Handbook of Research on Business Social Networking: Organizational, Managerial, and Technological Dimensions
new digital economy (e-economy), are based on the product perspective (holistic product view, product life-cycle, value-network integration, etc.), business organizational perspective (new organizational form, customers and suppliers integration, collaborating organization etc.), the technology perspective (technological building blocks, infrastructures, interoperability etc.) and the individual perspective (skills, workspaces, collaborating individual, different roles: worker, consumer, citizen).
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Virtual Enterprise Network Solutions and Monitoring as Support for Geographically Dispersed Business
Sebastian Marius Rosu (Special Telecommunication Service, Romania) and George Dragoi (University “Politehnica” of Bucharest, Romania)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-168-9.ch003
Transnational enterprises are assigning design and production around the world, but research is aimed to generate and support the enterprises’ networks formation and operation as virtual enterprises through the setting-up of service-oriented workspace environments. We consider here a role-based authorization approach to service invocation as necessary in order to enhance and guarantee the integrity of the transactions that take place in the business environment of a virtual enterprise. The virtual enterprise network and the virtual team are the main concepts used in analyzing the network architecture for geographically dispersed enterprises as support for business development. Using this e-business oriented paradigm this chapter presents an enterprise network monitoring solution based on open source software (OSS) implemented in the PREMINV Research Center, at the University “Politehnica” of Bucharest.
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E-Inclusion: European Perspectives Beyond the Digital Divide
There is debate about the exact meaning of the term but in general terms an e-economy is an economy that is characterized by extensive use of the Internet and information technology.
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