During the last decade, interoperability has emerged as a vivid research area in electronic business and electronic governance, promising a significant increase in productivity and efficiency of information systems, enterprises and administrations. Interoperability in Digital Public Services and Administration: Bridging E-Government and E-Business provides the latest research findings such as theoretical foundations, principles, methodologies, architectures, technical frameworks, international policy, standardization and case studies for the achievement of interoperability within the provision of digital services, from administration and businesses toward the user citizens and enterprises.Once these value-added services work with unencrypted data, they must be incorporated at the level of the client for owner / safe-user. There is an extension mechanism available based on OSGI bundles within the Rich Client Platform ( RCP).
|Title||:||Interoperability in Digital Public Services and Administration: Bridging E-Government and E-Business|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2010-07-31|