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Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 E-Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 Strategic Issues in E-Commerce INFS7043 Legacy Systems, E-Business & Mobile Commerce Dennis Hart 2002-2006 1 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Learning...

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Commerce Electronic Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 E-Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 Strategic Issues in E-Commerce INFS7043 Legacy Systems, E-Business & Mobile Commerce Dennis Hart 2002-2006 1 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Learning Objectives Appreciate the issues relating to legacy systems and e-business, and approaches to updating or integrating these systems into an e-business Be able to outline the basic characteristics of the technologies relevant to mobile commerce Understand the factors that differentiate, in a strategic sense, mobile commerce from electronic (non-mobile) commerce Dennis Hart 2002-2006 2 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Legacy Systems Old systems, often mission critical A legacy system can be viewed as having an: Environmental part: the hardware, software and communications technologies on which it is built Business part: the business rules and processes that are built into the code Dennis Hart 2002-2006 3 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Legacy System Structure There are three logical layers or tiers to any information system: The presentation layer dealing with interfaces and dialogue with users and/or other systems The business logic layer dealing with the business rules and processes that the systems instantiates The data layer containing the data used and produced by the system Dennis Hart 2002-2006 4 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Legacy System Structure Typically, in legacy systems these three logical layers or tiers are not well defined or separated They are inextricably entwined with each other in the system code Re-engineering the system, migrating it to another platform, and integrating it with other systems can therefore be very difficult Dennis Hart 2002-2006 5 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Approaches to Legacy Systems Integration Non-Invasive: Refacing Re-purposing Invasive: Replacement Re-engineering (white box or black box) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 6 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Refacing Refacing is bolting on a graphical user interface to a previously text-based interface, on a screen by screen basis It does not alter either the legacy system environmental or business parts Relatively easy and inexpensive, but does not achieve a great deal Dennis Hart 2002-2006 7 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Re-Purposing Legacy Systems Dennis Hart 2002-2006 8 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Screen Scraping Dennis Hart 2002-2006 9 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Screen Scraping Tool Yrrid Software, Inc Dennis Hart 2002-2006 10 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Replacement If the legacy system supports a generic business function (e.g. accounts processing) then it may be possible to replace it with a COTS (commercial off the shelf) system such as an ERP module Unique or special legacy systems, especially if the business processes they support are tightly coupled to other systems/processes, can be risky targets for a replacement strategy Dennis Hart 2002-2006 11 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 White Box Re-engineering Involves attaining a conceptually complete and detailed understanding of the legacy systems existing internal processing code and data structures known as reverse engineering Based on this understanding, the code can be reorganized, parts rewritten or updated appropriately Dennis Hart 2002-2006 12 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Black Box Re-engineering Focusses on understanding how, for different parts or components of the legacy system, inputs are transformed into outputs, without looking inside the box Once this understanding is achieved, an old system component can be thrown away and replaced with a new one that implements the same processing transformation Dennis Hart 2002-2006 13 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Componentization Another approach is to encapsulate a legacy system (or components of it) in wrappers that provide a modernized interface so that the system or component can be integrated more easily with other systems A legacy system can then be treated as an object like any other in a larger integrated system Dennis Hart 2002-2006 14 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Component Wrappers Dennis Hart 2002-2006 15 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile Commerce Dennis Hart 2002-2006 16 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Defining Mobile Commerce Obviously, there are two important aspects to a definition mobility and commerce Mobility: many things are mobile in the sense that they can be moved, but we will reserve the term to refer to things whose primary usage environment is a mobile one (May, 2001) For example, a laptop computer (no Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ..)will not be accounted mobile in this sense but a mobile telephone, PDA or handheld computer will be Dennis Hart 2002-2006 17 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Defining Mobile Commerce Commerce: A dictionary definition runs along the following lines: an interchange of goods, wares, productions, or property of any kind, between nations or individuals, either by barter, or by purchase and sale; trade; traffic (Websters, 1959) We will use it in this sense too, but also include services and other activities associated with enabling or encouraging the interchange to occur Dennis Hart 2002-2006 18 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile Commerce A Definition Our definition: The conduct of business transactions and use of related supporting services involving the use, by at least one of the interacting parties, of a portable, wireless networked device Dennis Hart 2002-2006 19 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile Commerce Drivers Buellingen & Woerter, 2004 Dennis Hart 2002-2006 20 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile Devices & Technologies The major devices included in our definition of mobile are: Mobile (cell) phones Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) Hand-held computers Dennis Hart 2002-2006 21 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile (Cell) Phone Nokia 8800 Sirocco 208x208 pixel display, 256K colours 128Mb memory Tri-band GSM xHTML Web browser Bluetooth connectivity Instant messaging Java application support EDGE, GPRS, TCP/IP data transfer capable Camera, MP3, video record & streaming etc Dennis Hart 2002-2006 22 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) HP iPAQ Mobile Messenger 240x240 pixel, 64K colour screen SMS, MMS, Cell Broadcast, Phone 128Mb (56Mb) memory Quad band GSM, EDGE, GPRS Bluetooth connectivity Email, Web browser (Pocket IE) GPS etc Dennis Hart 2002-2006 23 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Hand-Held Computer Palm Tungsten TX 320x480 pixel, 64K colour screen 312MHz Intel processor, 128Mb Memory Bluetooth & Wi-Fi connectivity Email, Web browser MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint ) etc Dennis Hart 2002-2006 24 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Mobile Devices & Technologies The primary non-device related technologies of interest are: Wireless data transmission technologies Application-level technologies Location technologies Dennis Hart 2002-2006 25 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Wireless Data Transmission Technologies Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) Bluetooth Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) UWB (Ultra-Wide-Band) Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWANs) 2G (2nd Generation) 2.5G (2nd Generation, Enhanced) 3G (3rd Generation) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 26 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Wireless LANs Bluetooth Short range (~10m), low power and low (12Mbps) speed wireless standard for interconnecting mobile devices as well as desktop computers to each other Wi-Fi High power ethernet wireless protocol (10-50Mbps) less suitable for battery powered devices UWB Low power, high speed (up to 100Mbps), high security data transmission protocol Dennis Hart 2002-2006 27 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Wireless WANs 2G GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication): circuit-switched, pay for connection time, low speed (9.6-14.4 Kbps), common in Europe and Asia, hardly penetrated the USA 2.5G HCSD (High-Speed Circuit-Switched Data): GSM based but higher speed (38.4-57.6 Kbps) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 28 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Wireless WANs 2.5G (continued) GPRS (General Packet Radio Service): based on GSM, but packet switched pay-for-data transmitted rather than circuit-switched and higher speed (56-114 Kbps); supports IP (Internet Protocol) EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment): based on GSM/GPRS (up to 384 Kbps) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 29 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Wireless WANs 3G UMTS (Universal Mobile Telephone System): packet switched, up to 2Mbps Dennis Hart 2002-2006 30 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Application-Level Technologies SMS (Short Message Service), EMS (Enhanced Message Service & MMS (Multimedia Message Service) CB (Cell Broadcast) USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) SAT (SIM Application Toolkit) WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 31 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Application-Level Technologies c-HTML (Compact Hypertext Markup Language) MExE (Mobile Station Execution Environment) i-Mode (based on c-HTML, originated by NTT DoCoMo, and still most common, in Japan although it is now present in many other countries too, especially in Europe) Dennis Hart 2002-2006 32 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Location Technologies Location techniques may be based on either satellite or terrestrial (network) based technologies: GPS (Global Positioning System): satellite based COO (Cell of Origin): terrestrial based TOA (Time of Arrival): terrestrial based AOA (Angle of Arrival): terrestrial based E-OTD (Enhanced Observed Time Difference): terrestrial based Dennis Hart 2002-2006 33 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 All This Technology So What? Portable the mobile device is almost always with the person, and is almost always turned on (especially mobile phones) Wireless the mobile device is connected to the network, and therefore is accessible, almost everywhere and at any time Locatable the mobile device (and therefore its owner/operator too) can be located almost anywhere it may be Dennis Hart 2002-2006 34 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Technology & Applications Buellingen & Woerter, 2004 Dennis Hart 2002-2006 35 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 All This Technology So What? The mobile lifestyle these characteristics permit is now full of niches that were not available before and into which business (or pleasure) can be inserted It is now much more difficult to conveniently divide lifes activities and time into work and leisure Dennis Hart 2002-2006 36 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Activities in Space & Time (nonMobile) Balasubramanian et al, 2002 Dennis Hart 2002-2006 37 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Activities in Space & Time (Mobile) Balasubramanian et al, 2002 Dennis Hart 2002-2006 38 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Location Based Services The locatability of mobile devices opens the door to new business opportunities location based services The assumption is that the mobile device user may respond differently to business opportunities or proposals depending on the situation he/she is currently in Dennis Hart 2002-2006 39 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 Location Based Services With traditional e-commerce we can pretty safely assume that the user is sitting in front of a desktop computer in an office or at home With mobile devices the user may be doing any number of things like walking through a shopping centre, waiting for a taxi, driving a car, having a coffee, watching a sports game Dennis Hart 2002-2006 40 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Electronic Commerce INFS7043 M-Commerce vs E-Commerce An important distinction between mcommerce and traditional e-commerce is: Engaging in traditional e-commerce usually forms a reasonably distinct and well-defined task within the users life Mobile commerce interactions tend to be much more embedded and integrated into the flow of other activities in the users life Dennis Hart 2002-2006 41 Electronic Commerce Strategic Issues INFS3002 / Strategic Electronic Commerce BUSN7043 Strategic Ele...

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