In a fast-moving technical and business environment like the Internet only exactitude can guarantee success. An 'almost correct' specification is a wrong specification. Make total accuracy your signature with this invaluable guide. It offers detailed definitions of the bewildering array of terms and phrases relating to e-Business and the Internet, plus short articles to explain more complex topics. Covering both business-related and technology terms, you'll never fall victim to fuzzy thinking again. Fully updated to cover new and emerging areas such as wireless and mobile technologies, this new edition will be your constant companion. No need to risk disastrous misinterpretation when you can have total accuracy at your fingertips. * Over 1500 references and many illustrations * Explains new and emerging technologies * Bridges the gap between definition and explanation * Includes trademarks and symbols * In-depth entries illuminate specific topics New edition features: * Extended coverage of wireless and mobile terms * Numerous new entries on topics related to Java, XML, security, mCommerce and .NET A one-stop reference for business managers, marketing specialists, consultants, business development analysts, IT project managers and anyone interested in the commercial potential of the Internet.write an address to a memory chip, so as to read stored data. The addresses themselves may be of various lengths including 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit, 64 bit, 128 bit, etc. Picojava A Chipset from Sun Microelectronics that is optimised for the Javaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dictionary of E-Business|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2003-01-17|