Table of Contents
DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: International perspectives
Moving from technological desert toward emergent sustainable growth.
COLUMN: On site
Incorporating the principles and practices of formal review into a Ph.D. education, smoothly and inexpensively, as part of the existing coursework.
Could it be that computing itself is just too unwieldy a field for any theory of substance?
How to ensure the participation of mobile users (no matter how disruptive the circumstances), especially for mobile commerce applications distributed over multiple networks.
Introducing state-of-the art technology into the election process implies new risks that may not be worth taking.
Trust has value in online markets, and individual and company actions can improve or impair how trustworthy they are perceived in these markets.
What should producers and consumers alike make of the emerging class of middlemen and intermediaries in electronic channels?
SPECIAL ISSUE: Issues and challenges in ubiquitous computing
Considering the implications and consequences of the always-connected lifestyle.
From "Here and Now" to "Everywhere and Forever."
Applying the lessons learned from wearable and context-aware computers.
Redefining the key aspects of the business-customer relationship.
New forms of social interaction and organization require modifying existing models.
Striving to integrate computing into everyday activities in a seamless manner.
COLUMN: Technical opinion
OLAP Vs. OLTP in the middle tier.
COLUMN: Inside risks