Item description for Enabling Technologies for Wireless E-Business by Weidong Kou & Yelena Yesha...
Advances in wireless technologies promise to reshape the way we conduct business. Yet to make wireless e-business work effectively, a variety of enabling technologies are needed.Kou and Yesha and their contributors provide comprehensive information on these technologies, including, for example, wireless security, mobile payment, location-based services, mobile data management, and RFID technologies. The presentation is targeted at students, lecturers, e-business developers, consultants, and business managers, and this book is an ideal introduction for both self-study and taught e-business classes or commercial training courses."I believe this is an excellent book to acquire comprehensive knowledge on enabling technologies for the blooming wireless e-business. I highly recommend this book!" Robert Mayberry, Vice President, Sensors and Actuators, IBM Software Group
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date May 5, 2006
ISBN 3540304495 ISBN13 9783540304494
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Good value for money Apr 24, 2008
I reckon this book average but good value for money. It provides fair coverage of essential enabling technologies for wireless e-business which includes: wireless communications; wireless security; wireless application protocol; RFID technologies; software infrastructure for context aware mobile computing; data management for mobile ad-hoc networks; mobile agents; multi-agent communication for e-business; mobile payment; mobile content delivery technologies; mobile services computing; location-aware services and its infrastructure support.