Most of the early noise about web services involved consumer-based offerings on websites. But by far the biggest market for web services is in the business sector, where firms can realistically look forward to being able to share information. Information that was previously impossible to distribute, both internally and with business partners. » Read more: Essential Internet: Speaking your language Part (2)
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One emerging source of hope for the b2b sector is in web services. Much has been promised for these by the technology industry’s biggest players, most notably Microsoft, ibmand Sun. Web ser- vices allow software programs and services. » Read more: Essential Internet: Speaking your language
Chemdex, an American chemicals exchange, which once had a market capitalisation of $11 billion, shut down in 2000; its parent company has since shifted its focus to selling software that automates business processes. » Read more: Essential Internet: B2B or Not B2B? Part (3)
This world could be very beautiful if all people use the technology for good things. Unfortunately, bad people always exist and try to find a new method (including using the technology, such as: website, internet, etc.) to do scam and make money from it. I’m really sorry to read the stories of Internet scams in the Internet. » Read more: What’s Your Opinion about Internet Scams?