In this installment of Bragging Rights, we are proud to feature faculty awarded for their research and contributions to business and education.
Ever wonder where all that spam in your inbox comes from? SpamRankings.net, a research project of The Center for Research in Electronic Commerce, tracks daily changes in spam trends worldwide.
The McCombs research initiative SpamRankings.net is beginning to gain traction in the war against spam as an underlying weaknesses in IT security.
The Center for Research in Electronic Commerce Director Andrew Whinston discusses the center’s new SpamRankings.net initiative, designed to protect Internet users by identifying major havens for spam.
CBSNews.com talks to Professor of Information, Risk, and Operations Management Andrew Whinston about the possible disastrous consequences of a long-term Internet disruption in the United States.
Professor Andrew Whinston has been identified as the most influential researcher in the field of management information systems in a study that measures the productivity and impact of published work by scientists and scholars.
With the rise of online shopping, social media interactions and other web activities, the Internet is quickly becoming a treasure trove of data that is rich in value. But sorting and using that information is a perplexing challenge for anyone hoping to take advantage of it.
Four researchers have turned the health care model on its head in order to identify ways to make medical treatment more effective and efficient. Is their approach, which would require significant behavior changes on the part of both patients and health care providers, feasible?