Digital business transformation Definitions

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    Learning Path: E-Business

    E-BUSINESS... e-commerce - e-business - B2B - enterprise - entrepreneur - e-tailing - e-procurement - B2G - m-commerce - e-brokerage - clicks and mortar - value chain - first mover - return on investment (ROI) - initial public offering (IPO)- public key infrastructure (PKI) E-PAYMENT... eCash - electronic funds transfer - eCheck - wallet - micropayment - electronic bill presentment and payment(EBPP) - Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act - authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) E-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT... business intelligence (BI) - data warehouse - data mining - Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - online analytical processing (OLAP) - enterprise resource planning (ERP) - enterprise relationship management (ERM) - enterprise resource management - enterprise risk management - customer relationship management (CRM) ADVERTISING AND SALES...brand and branding - advertising terminology on the Internet - sales automation software - permission marketing - opt-in e-mail - e-mail rage - syndication - Information and Content Exchange (ICE) - digital rights management - personalization - spyware - adware WEB SITE HOSTING... hosting - Web site hosting - virtual hosting - non-virtual hosting - shared hosting - dedicated server - colocation - reseller hosting - e-commerce hosting - BUSINESS-RELATED XML... BizTalk - ebXML - Small Business Extensible Markup Language (SMBXML) - OASIS APPLICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS... application service provider (ASP) - outsourcing - business service provider - management service provider - storage service provider - ASPIC View other topics for self-study by visiting our Guideto the Learning Paths.

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    mbox

    The most common format for storing e-mail messages on a hard drive is the mbox format, in which all the messages for each mailbox are stored as a single, long, text file.

  • Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) CurrentC

    Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) CurrentC is a mobile payments application backed by some of the nation's largest retailers including Target, Walmart, CVS, Best Buy and Rite Aid, as well as banks like Capital One.

  • metacoin platform

    Metacoin platform is the information technology infrastructure that enables digital currency and digital asset transactions.

  • migration

    In information technology (IT), migration is the process of moving from the use of one operating environment to another operating environment that is, in most cases, thought to be a better one.

  • mobile experience

    Mobile experience, or mobile user experience (UX), is the practice of fostering a certain user perception before, during and after the interaction with a mobile product or offering.

  • Murkogram

    A Murkogram is spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail) that includes a disclaimer to the effect that the message cannot be considered spam because it is in compliance with Bill S.1618 Title III, known as the Inbox Privacy Act. 

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    newsfeed

    A news feed (newsfeed) is list of newly published content on a website. End users can receive push updates for new content on a site by subscribing to the site's news feed. 

  • Nexus of Forces

    The nexus of forces is a concept developed by consultancy Gartner Inc. that describes how the convergence and mutual strengthening of social media, mobility, cloud computing and information patterns are creating new business opportunities.

  • Ning

    Ning iNing is an web-based social network platform that allows an organization to build customized social websites and interactive virtual communities. 

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    onshore outsourcing (domestic outsourcing)

    Onshore outsourcing (also called domestic outsourcing) is the obtaining of services from someone outside a company but within the same country.

  • OODA loop

    The OODA loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) is a four-step approach to decision-making that focuses on filtering available information, putting it in context and quickly making the most appropriate decision while also understanding that changes can be made as more data becomes available.

  • Open Buying on the Internet (OBI)

    OBI (Open Buying on the Internet) is a proposed standard for business-to-business purchasing on the Internet, aimed particularly at high-volume, low-cost-per-item transactions.

  • organizational change management (OCM)

    Organizational change management (OCM) is a framework for managing the effect of new business processes, changes in organizational structure or cultural changes within an enterprise. Simply put, OCM addresses the people side of change management.

  • organizational goals

    Organizational goals are strategic objectives that a company's management establishes to outline expected outcomes and guide employees' efforts.

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