Edward Faber

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Designing business models for mobile services is a complex undertaking. A business model can be seen as a blueprint of four interrelated components: service offering, technical architecture, and organizational and financial arrangements. Little attention has been paid to how these different components are related to one another. Multiple actors have to(More)
In a world where consumer electronics (CE), information technology (IT), telecom, and media are converging, tremendous opportunities for (user centric, demand based, and context aware) mobile services and accompanying innovative business models are emerging. With increasing marketplace dynamics, rapid technological developments, the deconstruction from(More)
Designing business models for mobile services is a complex undertaking because it requires multiple actors to balance different design requirements. A business model can be seen as a blueprint of four interrelated components or domains: service, technology, organization and finance domain. Little attention has been paid to how these different domains are(More)
Designing business models for mobile services is a complex undertaking because it requires multiple actors to balance different design requirements. A business model can be seen as a blueprint of four interrelated components or domains: service, technology, organization and finance domain. Little attention has been paid to how these different domains are(More)
Due to initiatives like Napster and Kazaa the business case for delivering protected digital content remains problematic. Still little is known about the effectiveness of content exploitation strategies. In this paper the literature on content protection, provisioning and usage is reviewed. Based on this review a causal framework is developed, which seeks(More)