Digitising Enterprise in an Information Age is an eﬀort that focuses on a very vast cluster of Enterprises and their digitising technology involvement and take us through the road map of the implementation process in them, some of them being ICT, Banking, Stock Markets, Textile Industry & ICT, Social Media, Software Quality Assurance, Information Systems Security and Risk Management, Employee Resource Planning etc. It delves on increased instances of cyber spamming and the threat that poses to e-Commerce and Banking and tools that help and Enterprise toward of such threats. To quote Confucius, “As the water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it, so does a wise man adapts himself to circumstances.” And the journey of evolution and progression will continue and institutions and enterprises will continue to become smarter and more and more technology savvy. Enterprises and businesses across all genre and spectrum are trying their level best to adopt to change and move on with the changing requirements of technology and as enterprises and companies upgrade and speed up their digital transformations and move their outdate heirloom systems to the cloud, archaic partners that don't keep up will be left behind.
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Table of Contents
1. Contemporary Research Issues in Business–IT Alignment 2. MIS in Banking System 3. ICT & Internet 4. Web Quality in IT Industry 5. IT Deployment in Banks Through DEA 6. Volatility Clustering in IT Index 7. Competitiveness Through ICT Contribution
8. Obstacles in Information System Success 9. Web Based ERP for Entrepreneurs 10. Advance Manufacturing Technologies MSME 11. ERP Implementation Barriers 12. Enterprise Resource Planning 13. Decision Supporting Systems in Decision Making 14. Software Process Re-engineering in SME’s 15. ERP Deployment 16. Automation Through ERP Initiative 17. ERP in Manufacturing Industry 18. Information Security and Risk Management 19. Security Threats in e-Business 20. Digital Signature 21. Emerging Spamming Threats 22. Software Quality Assurance 23. Privacy Policies of E- Commerce and BPO 24. Virus and Information Security 25. Website Monitoring 26. Fingerprint Recognition 27. Social Break Ups on Facebook
David L. Olson, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, USA
Subodh Kesharwani, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India