The Internet Encyclopedia is the first comprehensive examination of the core topics in the Internet field. The Internet Encyclopedia, a three-volume reference work with 205 chapters and more than 2,600 pages, provides comprehensive coverage of the Internet as a business tool, IT platform, and communications and commerce medium. The audience includes the libraries of two-year and four-year colleges and universities with MIS, IT, IS, data processing, computer science, and business departments; public and private libraries; and corporate libraries throughout the world. It is the only comprehensive source for reference material for educators and practitioners in the Internet field.
Education, libraries, health, medical, biotechnology, military, law enforcement, accounting, law, justice, manufacturing, financial services, insurance, communications, transportation, aerospace, energy, and utilities are among the fields and industries expected to become increasingly dependent upon the Internet andWeb technologies. Companies in these areas are actively researching the many issues surrounding the design, utilization, and implementation of these technologies.