M-Commerce Vendor Analysis by Mind Commerce Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

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New market report "Mobile Commerce Vendor Analysis 2012" elaborated by Mind Commerce Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the report, presently, m-commerce is not positioned to replace e-commerce - instead it is best suited to supplement it.

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There are a wide variety of factors that define the success of a mobile technology including instant connectivity, convenience, and personalization. Successful mobile applications are typically perceived by their users as being accessible anytime and anywhere, highly adaptable to the user's needs, and not revealing any private information about the user.

Presently, m-commerce is not positioned to replace e-commerce - instead it is best suited to supplement it. A number of socio-technological factors have a significant effect on the customer perception and the rate of adoption of mobile technology and m-commerce. These factors form tightly integrated socio-psychological barriers that include user unawareness, inefficiency of devices, security and privacy concerns, and others.

New market report "Mobile Commerce Vendor Analysis 2012" elaborated by Mind Commerce Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Mobile Commerce Vendor Analysis 2012
Published: April, 2012
Pages: 155
Price: US$ 1,995
http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/mobile_commerce_vendor_analysis_2012.html

The report offers a complete and detailed analysis of the overall m-commerce industry, an overview of the key vendors and their activities, case studies. Additionally the report offers an insightful analysis of business opportunities within the industry.

Report Contents:

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

2.1 M-Commerce Challenges
2.1.1 Type Of Devices:
2.1.2 Processing Capacity:
2.1.3 Low Bandwidth:
2.1.4 Frequent Disconnections:
2.1.5 Mobility:
2.1.6 Geographic Location:
2.1.7 Device Identity:
2.1.8 Personal Identity:
2.1.9 Security:
2.1.10 Business:
2.2 History Of Privacy
2.3 Security Services
2.3.1 Confidentiality
2.3.2 Non-Repudiation
2.3.3 Authentication
2.3.4 Access Control
2.3.5 Integrity
2.3.6 Threats On Wireless Network
2.3.7 Computers Networks Security Issues
2.3.8 Wired Equivalent Privacy (Wep)
2.3.9 Wep Scheme Weakness
2.3.10 Virtual Private Network (Vpn)
2.3.11 Point-To-Point Tunneling Protocol (Pptp)
2.3.12 Layer-2 Transport Protocol (L2tp)
2.3.13 Internet Protocol Security (Ipsec)
2.4 Mobile Commerce Payment Methods, And Its Security
2.4.1 Introduction
2.4.2 Payment Methods
2.5 Requirements Of Mobile Commerce Security
2.5.1 Basics Of Security
2.6 Mobile Security
2.6.1 Network Infrastructure And Security
2.6.2 Wlan Standards
2.6.3 Wap Security
2.7 Payment Methods In M-Commerce
2.7.1 Content Download
2.7.2 Point Of Sale
2.7.3 Content On Device
2.7.4 Mobile Payment Methods
2.7.5 "In-Band" Payment Method
2.7.6 Proximity
2.7.7 Common Issues Of Mobile Payment
2.7.8 Payment Lifecycle
2.7.9 Conclusion
2.8 Major Trends Affecting The M-Commerce Markets
2.8.1 The Transition To 4g And Lte
2.8.2 Mobile Payment
2.8.3 Mobile Payment Methods
2.8.4 "In-Band" Payment Method
2.8.5 Common Issues Of Mobile Payment
2.8.6 Payment Lifecycle
2.8.7 Mobile Payment Value
2.8.8 Mobile Payment Systems
2.8.9 Current M-Payment Market

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Mind Commerce Publishing page.

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