platform, in the traditional sense, depicts a common
area on which people gather or converge to discuss and/or
interact in the context of a belief, or a business interest.
In e-Buinsess, an ePlatform then is a virtual ground
in cyber space at where netizens gather to conduct business
processes. Yet, an electronic platform has been widely
used in different context and of various purposes. YouTube.com
is a platform for webizens to 'share' video and the
like. Facebook.com is a platform for social networking!!
Similarities and differences of the use of the term
'platform' will be discussed.
here, we define an ePlatform is a Web-based
virual environment that facilitates participants to
conduct defined processes as they intend. The 'Any2Any'
labeling is to emphasize a focus on the facilitation
that communicative channels among participants are independent
of place, time, and technology. Our initial studies
further narrow to two major tracks - e-Business and
e-Learning. E-Business is of RFID-driven, and e-Learning
is of AOLA-based for mathematics education. The challenges
in each case are plenty. Read
is an electronic environment where participants
can sign-on from anywhere anytime any machine
platform (such as MacOS, Windows, or Linux). The
architecture that supports such an environment
must be responsive, admissive, and channelizable
to any2any connected technologies. The design
of such architecture assumed the underlying environment
is the World Wide Web.
Enabling technologies for any2any collaborations
are designed and developed leveraging current
and emerging Internet technologies. Transparent
to participants include accessibility to multiple
information sources, rights and privacy are enforced
accordingly based on preferences, and interoperability
glues for differing data formats. In here, we
explore existing technologies that can be exploited
to facilitate our any2any needs.
that can be labeled as any2any are lacking. More
so is the lacking of the discussion on the infrastructure
that enables such any2any exchanges online. Applications
of any2any nature can be discussed and will be
seminars offered: "RFID Technology - Introduction"
will be available by request. Send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "seminar
of the Logistics Industry