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The Internet Transformation of Business Infrastructure Volume 4, Issue 5

   by Inc. Giga Information Group

    01 July, 2001


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Book Description
Standardization of key infrastructure components will change the way business uses the Internet. Containing infrastructure costs is a big challenge for managers — many often respond to high demand by over-provisioning — a costly and wasteful approach. The widespread adoption of the Internet has brought about an economic evolutionary leap forward, slashing the costs of data exchange and launching a dynamic period of experimentation with radically new business models. Several drivers make leveraging distributed Internet infrastructure services critical to retaining a competitive edge: The use of the Web as an e-business channel The Internet's fundamentally poor security posture The effect of unpredictable demand on resources which are often underutilized The maximization of technology investments and shortened life cycles E-business globalization's costly and complicated infrastructure The need for customer-centric systems This Research Digest issue also offers a wealth of articles by Giga's expert analysts, including comprehensive market overviews, purchasing criteria checklists, statistical analyses and definitional documents. This Research Digest also offers actionable advice from several research items on application development, communications and networking, computing infrastructures, e-business applications and strategies, information and knowledge management, IT management and services, mobile communications and security.

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