E-Business creates value by extending market reach, improving the efficiency of business processes, and building more productive relationships with customers and trading partners.
The Online Information Conference attracts over 900 delegates from over 40 countries across all continents providing a forum dedicated to learning, debate, professional development, technology reviews and assessments, expert discussion as well as case-study presentations and the sharing of research results and opinion.
Not only is interest in e-Government continuing to grow and extend within the public service sector, but new issues – such as e-Democracy (including e-Voting) and e-Politics – are evolving.
CW2005 will provide an opportunity for scientists and engineers from around the world to share the latest research, ideas, and developments in these fields.
This conference is the third of a series on long-term preservation and adding value to scientific data, begun in 2002 in France. Over the past several years the importance of this topic has been recognised increasingly widely and the term "digital curation" has come into use which covers similar ideas.
Knowledge is the capacity for effective action - this is the simplest definition I have come across. There are many definitions of Knowledge Management.
The World Summit on the Information Society is held in two phases. The second phase of WSIS will take place in Tunis hosted by the Government of Tunisia from 16 to 18 November 2005.
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