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3 Author(s)
Satti, M.M. ; Macqaurie Corporate Telecommun., Sydney, NSW, Australia ; Garner, B.J. ; Nagrial, M.H.

The process of buying, selling or interacting with customers via Internet, Tele-sale, Smart card or other computer network is referred to as electronics commerce. Whereas online trade has been touting its flexibility, convenience and cost savings, the newest entrant is wireless e-commerce. This form of business offers many attractions; including 24 hours seven days' open shop-business, vastly reduced fixed cost, and increased profitability, is an example of a successful venture, in e-business. Internet service providers (ISP/ASP) have a significant influence on the feasibility, security and cost competitiveness of an e-business venture. In the ISP model of services, multiple users and their databases are normally offered on a single hardware, platform sharing the same IP address and domain name. Clients will require a mechanism, which allows them to update their Web contents and databases frequently even many times daily without intervention of local system administrator (ISP admin). The paper overviews few steps to enable corporate clients to update their Web content more securely.

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Communication Systems, 2002. ICCS 2002. The 8th International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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25-28 Nov. 2002