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With the speedy development of mobile communication and wireless technologies, business activities will break away from the limitation of region and time step by step, which bring the continuous influences on organizations. Thus, mobile commerce is regarded as a beginning signal of a new area of business. In this field of mobile technologies and applications studies, many researchers focus on personal mobile applications, but omit the considerable research value and significance of mobile technologies applied in business environments. Since mobile business services (i.e., MBS) differ distinctly from mobile consumer services (i.e., MCS), their relevant adoption models are definitely diverse. This paper, based on task-technology fit model, presents a MBS adoption model from the perspectives of the actual usage of mobile applications in business environments, and the impacts of mobile technologies on businesses.