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e-services

An umbrella term for services on the Internet. E-services include e-commerce transaction services for handling online orders, application hosting by application service providers (ASPs) and any processing capability that is obtainable on the Web. See e-speak.
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The Ministry of Commerce and Investment has launched 10 e-services in the developed version of the corporate e-system, thus all the beneficiaries can access all corporate e-services through the e-services portal, via the link com.
The IRS warned tax professionals Wednesday that e-Services users face a new phishing scam designed to steal passwords and other data.
The IRS has issued an urgent alert to tax professionals who use IRS e-Services to beware of an e-mail asking them to update their accounts and directing them to a fake website.
The deputy premier pressed a button, marking the launch of tourism e-services in the kingdom.
He noted the Estonian model of a unified system of e-services has integrated more than one hundred various databases.
SEDD plans to demonstrate its accomplishments in the field of technology and visitors will be updated with the latest and most convenient e-services provided by the department.
Summary: DUBAI - The E-Services excellence awards (ESEA) is an annual appreciation ceremony dedicated to acknowledge the outstanding users of the e-services on Dubai Trade Portal.
New statistics published by Dubai eGovernment show that usage of these services has risen exponentially since being launched in 2000, and the department expects that its users will come to rely on e-services in other aspects of their day-to-day lives.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-17 March 2009-ACS announces plans to acquire e-Services Group International(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
While the states have been taking a "stick" approach with their mandates, the Federal government has taken the "carrot" approach, by offering e-services for practitioners.
viewed e-services back in December 2002, having conducted a study on the customer self-service movement.
IRS news release IR-2005-33 explains that the service has eased the qualifications for tax advisers to use its suite of e-services incentive products, meeting their demands to access these valuable online tools.