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Ch.9 Emerging Trends and Technologies

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Financial Accounting
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MGAC70H3
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Bill Mc Conkey

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MGTC11 Week 11 March 29, 2011
Ch.9 Emerging Trends and Technologies
The Changing Internet
Internet-based trends:
-Software-as-a-service
-Push technologies and personalization
-F2b2C
-Internet telephony
-Web 2.0
Software-As-A-Service
->delivery model for software in which pay for software on pay-per-use basis instead of
buying software
i.e. rent software for photo and video editing
- Pay using personal application service provider
Application service provider: supplier software applications over Internet instead of
residing in computers
- ASPs will provide personal productivity software to store files on Web servers as opposed
to personal devices
Disadvantages:
Easier access to information
Reliability; web site goes down, lost information
Push Technologies and Personalization
Pull environment look for, request, find what you want
Push technology environment organizations come to you via tech with info, services
and product offerings based on your profile
i.e. rental DVD through cellphone signal, personalized pizza
www.notesolution.com
- personal data warehouse of information on past purchases
- rely on IT ability to store vast information about you
- cooperation among industries in sharing personal data, with your consent
F2B2C: A New E-Commerce Business Model
Factory-to-business-to-consumer (F2b2C): business model in which consumer
communicates through a business on the Internet, directly providing product specs to
factory that makes customized and personalized product to shop directly to consumer
- business is Internet intermediary that provides communication conduit b/w factory and
consumer; disintermediation occurs
Disintermediation: use of Internet as delivery vehicle, where intermediate players in
distribution channel are bypassed
i.e. airline purchase tickets bypass travel agents
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)
VoIP, Voice over Internet Protocol: send voice communications over Internet and avoid
toll charges from long distance carrier
- telephone calls routed through VoIP provider (ISP) and pay flat monthly fee $20-40 for
unlimited long distance calls
- keep existing phone number and access to value-added features (call waiting, caller ID)
- Internet becoming technological infrastructure that supports all phone calls
Web 2.0
Web 2.0: second generation of Web focusing on on-line collaboration, users are both
creators and modifiers of content, dynamic and customized information feed
www.notesolution.com
Applications include:
1. Wiki visitor can create, edit, change, eliminate content
Crowdsourcing: business enable technologies allowing ppl to create, modify, and oversee
development of product or service
2. Social networking site - post information about yourself, create network of friends,
share content, and communicate with others
3. Blog site in form of journal posting entries in chronological order, capabilities for
others to add comments
4. RSS feed technology that provides frequently published and updated digital content
on Web
5. Podcasting ability at any time to download audio and video files for viewing and
listening using portable listening devices and computers
Physiological Interaction
- physio interfaces capture and utilize real body characteristics such as breath, voice,
height, weight, iris
Innovations:
-Automatic speech recognition
-Virtual reality
-CAVE automatic virtual environments
-Biometrics
www.notesolution.com

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MGTC11 Week 11 – March 29, 2011 Ch.9 Emerging Trends and Technologies The Changing Internet Internet-based trends: - Software-as-a-service - Push technologies and personalization - F2b2C - Internet telephony - Web 2.0 Software-As-A-Service ->delivery model for software in which pay for software on pay-per-use basis instead of buying software i.e. rent software for photo and video editing - Pay using personal application service provider Application service provider: supplier software applications over Internet instead of residing in computers - ASPs will provide personal productivity software to store files on Web servers as opposed to personal devices Disadvantages: • Easier accessto information • Reliability; web site goesdown, lost information Push Technologies and Personalization Pull environment – look for, request, find what you want Push technology environment – organizations come to you via tech with info, services and product offerings based on your profile i.e. rental DVD through cellphone signal, personalized pizza www.notesolution.com - personal data warehouse of information on past purchases - rely on IT ability to store vast information about you - cooperation among industries in sharing personal data, with your consent F2B2C: A New E-Commerce Business Model Factory-to-business-to-consumer (F2b2C): business model in which consumer communicates through a business on the Internet, directly providing product specs to factory that makes customized and personalized product to shop directly to consumer - business is Internet intermediary that provides communication conduit b/w factory and consumer; disintermediation occurs Disintermediation: use of Internet as delivery vehicle, where intermediate players in distribution channel are bypassed i.e. airline purchase tickets bypass travel agents Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) VoIP, Voice over Internet Protocol: send voice communications over Internet and avoid toll charges from long distance carrier - telephone calls routed through VoIP provider (ISP) and pay flat monthly fee $20-40 for unlimited long distance calls - keep existing phone number and accessto value-added features (call waiting, caller ID) - Internet becoming technological infrastructure that supports all phone calls Web 2.0 Web 2.0: second generation of Web focusing on on-line collaboration, users are both creators and modifiers of content, dynamic and customized information feed www.notesolution.com Applications include: 1. Wiki – visitor can create, edit, change, eliminate content Crowdsourcing: business enable technologies allowing ppl to create, modify, and oversee development of product or service 2. Social networking site - post information about yourself, create network of friends, share content, and communicate with others 3. Blog – site in form of journal posting entries in chronological order, capabilities for others to add comments 4. RSS feed – technology that provides frequently published and updated digital content on Web 5. Podcasting – ability at any time to download audio and video files for viewing and listening using portable listening devices and computers Physiological Interaction - physio interfaces capture and utilize real body characteristics such as breath, voice, height, weight, iris Innovations: - Automatic speech recognition - Virtual reality - CAVE automatic virtual environments - Biometrics www.notesolution.com - Haptic interfaces Automatic Speech Recognition Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR): not only captures spoken words but distinguish work groupings to form sentences Three requirements: 1. Feature analysis – converts digital signals of speech into phonemes 2. Pattern classification – match spoken phonemes to sequence stored in acoustic model database 3. Language processing – compare word phonemes generated in step 2 with language model database Virtual Reality - 3D computer simulation in which you actively and physically participate - virtually place in you in any experience desired - special input and output devices to capture movements and send responses back Devices include: Glove – input device capture
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