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The online payment for College using feepal is secure and simple The speculative boom of the dot-comes ended less than four years ago, but it seems as it was long ago when anybody could have an idea to build a dot-com and tens of venture capitalists would line up at their door to finance the idea. Today, venture capitalists ask for much more than attractive Web pages filled with information. Now the minimum standards include the use of practical services, e-business, extensive databases, useful applications with ample accessibility and several online payment for college modalities (like renting, pay- as-you-go, and pay per transaction). Moreover, most of today’s winners is a combination of dot-comes with brick-and-mortar companies where the Internet is only one more vehicle for the company to connect with the customer. And the latest investment boom is going towards Application Service Providers, Internet applications to control or monitor geographically dispersed vehicles, machinery, packages, or employees. As a result, if we examine the Internet boom in more detail, we will find that it has not been a single boom but a sequence of booms where each boom creates greater expectations, generates larger investments, and has a more profound effect on society than the previous one. Developing countries have been passive spectators of the development of the Internet, or in Internet terms, lurkers. Developing countries have hardly contributed to the technology on which the Internet is based. But what is even more serious, their contribution in useful information, in sites, and in economic processes (e-business) is almost null. And unfortunately, those same activities are what make the Internet an important factor of productivity. At the extreme, their main contribution has been in the number of users. But when those numbers are compared with the number of users from industrialized nations, they look very small (Ali, 1999) even though their total population is far larger than that of the industrialized nations. In addition, the Internet is often ignored or even mocked in developing countries. When it is embraced, it is in a peculiar mode of a consumer of imported “fashions” from the large world centers of production At the end of this chapter, the reader will understand the difference between information systems of college online payment that only process information and those that are also connected to systems that process matter and energy (i.e., transform or distribute physical goods or control work). This knowledge will help managers understand why a given AdvIT/IS that works under certain conditions, like those present in developed countries, does not work under different conditions, as those characteristic of developing countries. Furthermore, they will be able to distinguish those parts or dimensions of the system that are more sensitive to those conditions and, therefore, focus their efforts on them when making investment decisions. Moreover, the reader will be able to use this knowledge to understand why the sole globalization of information networks like the Internet does not reduce, but actually increases the digital divide
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