H
Handango, 58
Handspring, 57, 59
VisorPhone, 217
Hewlett-Packard (HP), 45
Holistic M-Business strategy, pursuing,
18–19
I
I-Business, 13
I-mode service, NTT DoCoMo, 32,
34–35, 46–48
i2, 194
i3 Mobile, 59
IBM, 45, 57, 193
IBM/Lotus, 194
iConverse, 57, 193
Identification of target opportunities,
155–157
Industry convergence, and new
threats/opportunities, 15
Industry examples, 119–150
communications and content, 120–124
ADC Telecommunications,
121–124
consumer and industrial products,
128–139
Aviall, 128–131
Office Depot, 131–135
Rental Service Corporation,
135–139
financial services, 142–150
Carlson Hospitality Worldwide,
145–150
FT Interactive Data, 142–145
health care, 140–141
University Hospital, Mainz,
Germany, 140–141
high tech industry, 124–127
eBay, 125–127
public services, 139–140
Information technology, and enterprise
value, 17–18
Informio, 58
InfoSpace, 55, 58, 59
InfoWave, 57
Initiatives, prioritization, 156–157
Inner Wireless, 53, 58
Integration services, 180
Integration tools, and M-Commerce
applications, 200
Interactive pagers, 30
Interdigital Communications, 59
International Telecommunications
Union (ITU), 42
Internet, 11–12, 28
penetration by region, 29
iPAQ (Compaq), 75
IT department, making a strategic
partner, 17–18
IT environment, and adoption of mobile
business, 51–53
ITU Radio Communciation Sector
(ITU-R), 42
J
Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME),
218
Java Message Service (JMS), 218
JMS, 220
JP Mobile, 55, 57, 58, 181–182, 185
K
KDDI, 57
Key wireless companies, adoption of
mobile business, 56–60
Killer application, searching for, 32
KT FreeTel, 57
KTM.com, 57
Kyocera, 57
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