By John A. Daly, Robert R. Miller
This learn makes use of a survey strategy to discover company net use in constructing nations. The survey contains either production and fiscal businesses and gives an attractive photograph of the way organizations within the constructing international are starting to make the most of this new know-how in methods largely just like businesses in additional industrialized nations.
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Poor telecommunications in Africa 40. Problems with some communications, sometimes 41. Security (3) 42. Service provided only by government-controlled VSNL 43. Slow connections 44. Slow in Zimbabwe 45. Slowness in downloading information 46. Slow speed (3) 47. Staff access to internet during office hours for personal information 48. That more people are not on-line Page 20 49. The difficulties most users experience in using and understanding this technology 50. The irregular connection with the host 51.
These firms seem likely to be leaders among developing countries in using internet technology, and their experience may be suggestive of future use by other firms. II. Research Methodology The basic tool used in this research was a survey of IFC client companies using a questionnaire that was faxed to the chief executive of each firm. Clearly, the selection of IFC companies cannot be considered a random sample of firms in the particular developing countries chosen, since the firms are likely to be larger than companies in the relevant population and, because they have sought and acquired external financing (at least from IFC), to be more managerially sophisticated.
Possibility of searching easily (2) 52. Provide potential customers 53. Provide vast information of anything you need 54. Quick, economic communication specific to the recipient 55. Reaching immediately to every kind of data 56. Ready availability of information 57. Scope and reach 58. Simplicity of communicating the same message to several people 59. Software free (like drivers, shareware) 60. Specialized business information 61. Speed of communication (2) 62. Technology research 63. The most inexpensive way of linking and communicating with others locally or internationally 64.
Corporations' use of the Internet in developing countries, Part 63 by John A. Daly, Robert R. Miller