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Europe is catching up with the US and will see huge growth in the use of ecommerce over the next four years according to figures published this week at IDC's annual European IT Forum in Paris.
IBM and 18 banks have spent more than $100M (£61m) for less progress -- and loyalty -- than they anticipated.
UK Internet access is the most expensive in Europe, according to a survey from analyst Datamonitor.
Supermarkets are increasingly using Internet technology to target customers and will be early adopters of smart cards, according to industry analyst Datamonitor.
Network Solutions Inc. in the US, has signed a marketing pact with Netscape Communications Corp. to feature domain registration service in the Netcenter portal.
UK firms know what e-commerce is, they know if they don't use it they'll be left behind, but caution rules the day
The government signalled its willingness to embrace e-commerce with open arms yesterday as Trade and Industry Secretary Peter Mandelson launched a Competitiveness White Paper, which he termed, 'bold, far reaching and absolutely necessary.'As part of the push to get Britain's smaller businesses online, Mandelson announced a further £20m for the Information Society Initiative which has been criticised for not doing enough for smaller companies.
Purchasing goods and services online will account for 17 billion transactions per year by 2005 - that's roughly equivalent to half of all current credit card transactions.
On Web auction sites, you can buy just about anything for sale. Fax machines, football tickets -- and even those hard-to-find Furbys.
Trade and Industry Secretary Peter Mandelson today welcomed the US initiative to promote e-commerce as "reflecting the UK's own priorities".
Industry and consumer watchdog groups said the future of e-commerce was threatened by strict new encryption export controls agreed to at a meeting in Europe.
PointCast Inc. is close to being acquired by an Internet backbone provider, according to industry executives who say a final deal for the push pioneer could be announced as soon as this week.
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