Computers and the World Wide Web have influenced many aspects of every-day-life. Especially in the field of doing business, new ways of communication have emerged.

Communication among companies and between clients and companies has been revolutionized by the Internet, e.g., b2b market places, as well as new ways of collaboration like virtual companies. Many systems with holistic and individualized service, sales and marketing concepts are available today.
Examples include distance learning, web-based training, web-based project management, web-based health promotion.

The Web – Potentials and Limitations


J. Sametinger, Web-based Workplace Health Promotion, eChallenges 2009, 21-23 October 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.
Conference Article
J. Sametinger, A. Stritzinger: Von der Prozedur zum Web-Service: Retrospektive und Perspektive, in "Peter Rechenberg, Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag", Blaschek G., Ferscha A., Mössenböck H., Pomberger G. (Eds.), Universitätsverlag Rudolf Trauner, ISBN 3-85487-466-9, 2003.
Book Chapter
C. Breu, N. Meckl, J. Sametinger: Project-Based Training PBT - an Addition to CBT and WBT, International Conference on Computer and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE 2002), Cancun, Mexico, May 20-22, 2002.
Conference Article
Christian Breu, Norbert Meckl, Johannes Sametinger: Web-based Project Management, Short paper, 3rd Intl. Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS), Linz, Austria, September 2001, published in Ibrahim I.K., Bressan S., Schwinger W. (eds.).
Conference Article
Christian Breu, Norbert Meckl, Johannes Sametinger: WORM: Web-based Communication and Project Management, IASTED International Conference on Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications IMSA2001, Hawaii, USA, August 2001.
Conference Article
C. Breu, N. Meckl, J. Sametinger: Project-Based Customer Relationship Management in Virtual Enterprises, VISION: The Journal of Business Perspective, Special Issue: E-Commerce Systems and Management Practices, Vol. 5, pp. 38-45, ISSN 0972-2629, 2001.
DOI: 10.1177/09722629010050s105
Journal Article