As the use of technology has considerably increased in B2B e-commerce, it becomes imperative to address the issues of trust that emerge in the context of technology. Trust and Technology in B2B E-Commerce: Practices and Strategies for Assurance focuses on various trust issues that emerge from deployment of various e-commerce technologies in interorganizational relationships. Some of these issues relate to security, privacy, authentication, non-repudiation, quality of Web interface, system performance, infrastructure, and environmental factors. This book contributes to the ongoing process of developing a framework for understanding the process of building trust in B2B e-commerce.Working paper, Department of Human Resource Management, University of Southern Queensland Laudon, K., aamp; Traver, C. (2002). E-Commerce: Business, Technology, Society. Boston: Addison-Wesley. Lauer, T. W., aamp; Deng, X. (2007).
|Title||:||Trust and Technology in B2B E-Commerce: Practices and Strategies for Assurance|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2011-11-30|