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e-business

the use of computers and the INTERNET to link both the internal operations of a business (that is, transactions and communications between the various departments/divisions of the business) and its external dealings and relationships with its suppliers and customers. See E-COMMERCE.

e-business

the use of computers and the INTERNET to link both the internal operations of a business (that is, transactions and communications between the various departments/divisions of the business) and its external dealings and relationships with its suppliers and customers. See E- COMMERCE.
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Constantly changing e-business processes require a flexible e-business solution based on independently changeable components.
Despite the retrenching, e-business is here to stay.
According to Dirk Coburn, IDC's Director of Java and XML for Ebusiness, "Web Services--what IDC calls Service-Based Integration--is the great new frontier of e-business automation.
Keynote Systems (Nasdaq:KEYN), the worldwide leader in e-business performance management services, announced today the introduction of comprehensive Service Level Management (SLM) solution suites that provide enterprises with the tools to align IT and e-business goals.
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The Quest APM Suite for Oracle E-Business combines the Quest Foglight(R) APM console and its associated cartridges for the Oracle E-Business Suite, including Foglight for SQL Transactions, Quest Spotlight(R) diagnostics tools, and Quest Central(TM) for Databases.
Released today, the research shows that 38 percent of all e-business spending is directed toward networking and infrastructure initiatives like server hardware, server software and databases.
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With more and more SMBs moving online, the demand for e-business solutions that share data with existing back office systems is growing rapidly.
We are pleased to earn NADA's continued support as we continue to deliver compelling new e-business packages for NADA member dealers," said John Holt, president and CEO of The Cobalt Group.
BellSouth's state-of-the-art e-Business Centers are supported by a reliable and redundant network infrastructure providing the ideal combination of hosting capabilities and connectivity from a stable company," said Jai Menon, BellSouth's executive vice president, Applications, Strategy and Product Innovation.
Our software monitors important e-business data from the request of the first byte of information to the delivery of the last byte to ensure e-business service levels," said Karen Barnes, vice president of product development at Resonate.