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A new threat to traditional enterprise has arrived and established vertically integrated companies are caught off guard on how to defend successfully and win the war to retain exiting market share while expanding to new markets. Why has the world of eCommerce caused such a problem to established enterprise? The reason being that most brick and mortar companies are still strategizing to win according to old rules that do not apply in today’s eMarket. Today’s truly successful companies must embrace Information Technology and leverage it in order to achieve great results. Traditional Economic truths are no longer applicable in the virtual world of the Internet and in eBusiness, as accepted principles in Physics are not applicable with the inversed world of a black hole.
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ABSTRACT: Back in the 1950's computers were just being introduced and most common people did not know anything about them. Today, this is not the case. Computers and new technology, like the internet, has taken the business world by storm and our personal daily lives have been enriched because of them. Businesses are now dependent upon them and most people can't live without them.
Keywords: computers, technology, internet, business
The history of computers dates back to World War II, when a team of scientists and engineers at the University of Pennsylvania invented a general-purpose electronic digital calculator. It was called ENIAC, or Electronic Numerator, Integrator, Analyzer, and Computer. It consisted of 18,000 vacuum tubes, occupied most of a large room, and added 5000 ten-digit decimal numbers a second. ENIAC was a revolutionary development, light years ahead of any other calculators. 
ENIAC was not a computer in the strict meaning of the term however. It could not store a program telling the computer what to do. Although ENIAC wasn't a true computer, it quickly led to the invention of one, and today's computers are its direct descendents.
The first true computer invented was called EDVAC, Electronic Discrete Variable
Computer, and was completed in 1952. It was stored in a large room where it occupied all the
space available. From this other more sophisticated computers were born eventually
leading us to the Pentium computers we have today. Computers are now faster than ever and can do things never thought possible. Now businesses rely on them and people see them as a necessity. 
It is not a secret that businesses now completely rely on computers. Not only businesses, but also any large organization that wants to keep their "edge" in today's world needs a computer system. Businesses usually keep a list of all their employees, cl
The introduction on the internet allows sellers to be able to get insight on their customer’s habits and hopes, not only at a segment level, but an individual level, translating into quality targeted products and services being offered to clients. The web is having an enormous impact on how customer-driven businesses conduct R&D, service and market their products to existing and potential clients. Having such information allows vendors to be able to offer clients exactly what they want, developing a loyal client base that is fully satisfied. A good example is Dell Computer Corporation. Before, clients would step into a retail storefront and purchase a pre-configured PC that had been designed to appeal to a given broad market segment. In today’s world of design your own PC, Dell offers clients the opportunity to purchase exactly the PC they are looking for, having 100% customer satisfaction.