Tirkar, Anil M.
August 2013
Golden Research Thoughts;Aug2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
In the present era, it is not possible to live without internet for a single day. Internet makes its applications as a primary need for the person in different generations by providing a different technology of E-Commerce. ECommerce is a most important application of Internet. It is cheaper and faster to carry out business transactions within an organization and among organizations electronically using the network connection. Thus it is important to understand how business transactions are carried out electronically reliably and securely. Security is very important issue for implementing ecommerce technique. In this paper I trying to introduce advance techniques in electronic commerce, its security issue and different technology for providing reliability and security during any transaction through the E-Commerce.


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