Internet Research

Category:

Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 6 Issue 2/3

Who said we wanted an information superhighway?

Robert Theobald

Looks at the possible directions in which the information superhighway could take us, considering both the benefits of increased knowledge and subsequent increased…

Virtual partners

Martin Fojt

Describes how one company, National Semiconductor Corp., has take a major step forward maximizing the potential of the Internet for its own benefit. Explains how the…

E.QUALITY@BT…

Roderick H. Macmillan

Explains that an on‐line ISO 9001‐based management system has been developed using the World Wide Web (WWW), a hypermedia system and part of the Internet. Subject matter…

Computer mediated communication and publication productivity among faculty

Joel Cohen

Investigates whether faculty who use computer mediated communication (CMC) achieve greater scholarly productivity as measured by publications and a higher incidence in the…

Doing business on the information superhighway

Martin Fojt

Suggests that one reason for the relative lack of commercial success of the information superhighway may be lack of precise information. This has led Ernst & Young to…

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/02635579410069346. When citing…

Electronic commerce ‐ would, could and should you use current Internet payment mechanisms?

S. Peter Buck

Suggests that the discussion of online payments, while ultimately being a key issue for the future Information SuperHighway, is as significant now as it ever will be. The…

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/EUM0000000000004. When citing the…

Setting up a Web site ‐ managing the legal risks

Graham J.H. Smith

Suggests that with the increasing sophistication and complexity of Web sites, and the prospect of serious business being done through them, a review of the legal aspects…

A top‐down methodology for building corporate Web applications

John M. Artz

Explains that a corporate Web application is a corporate information system that uses World Wide Web technology to provide easy access to a wide variety of corporate…

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/09685229610114222. When citing…

ISSN:

1066-2243

Online date, start – end:

1991

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Christy M. K. Cheung