Business interaction networks

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Business interaction networks are networks that allow businesses and their communities of interest to collaborate and do business online securely via the Internet.[1]

Mary Johnston Turner first discussed the concept in a Network World opinion piece in August, 1995, and attributed the first advocacy for the concept to the now-defunct BBN Planet, the ISP division of BBN Technologies.


  1. ^ Turner, Mary Johnston. Deal underscores need for users to get serious about Internet services. Network World. Retrieved February 5, 2010.