Information Technology and the Challenge for Hong Kong

Information Technology and the Challenge for Hong Kong

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The twenty-first century is frequently cited as the Asia-Pacific Century due to the phenomenal success of Asian countries over the last three decades. Nowhere has this been more visible than in Hong Kong which became the first Newly Industrialized Economy to enter the world's top ten trading communities in 1991. This book describes the current state of information technology (IT) exploitation in Hong Kong and the role of IT in the rapid advancement of the Asia-Pacific region. It raises issues - such as the impact of politics, culture and societal growth on IT effectiveness - but does not try to provide all the answers, and is therefore of interest to both business and IT managers in global organizations or companies operating in cross-cultural settings. It is also invaluable for students of business, management and IT who will play a strategic role in the future development of the new global economy.have to be taken into account as Asia attempts to embrace the smartcard concept and move rapidly into a new era of ... The bank plans to further expand Mondex possibilities through multimedia, offering consumers a whole range of services through ... Transfer (NETS) a€” DBS Bank, Keppel Bank, OCBC Bank, OUB Bank, POSBank, Tat Lee Bank and UOB Bank. ... Fund Transfer at Point of Sale (EFT- POS) system and will combine existing functions such as credit card and ATM card.

Title:Information Technology and the Challenge for Hong Kong
Author: Janice M. Burn, Maris G. Martinsons
Publisher:Hong Kong University Press - 1997-09-01

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