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A Study of Factors Influencing Green IT Practices, Buying and Subscription Behaviours of Computer and Mobile Devices, and Streaming Services

Nelson K. Y. Leung, Sim Kim Lau, Sim Yee Lau
2019 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
This research aims to investigate the Green IT behaviour of young consumers including their day-to-day Green IT practices, buying behaviour of mobile and computer devices and subscription behaviour of  ...  The findings show that: 1) Understanding of Green IT practices (specific knowledge) has a positive influence on PBC, 2) Consumer's PBC has a positive influence on Green IT behaviour and 3) The communication  ...  The perceived Green IT behaviour control also has significant positive influence on Green IT practices, buying behaviour of computer devices and subscription behaviour of video and music streaming services  ... 
doi:10.17705/1pais.11104 fatcat:7m4wshveh5epfff4xs3wuayw3a

Towards Efficient and Scalable Data-Intensive Content Delivery: State-of-the-Art, Issues and Challenges [chapter]

Irene Kilanioti, Alejandro Fernández-Montes, Damián Fernández-Cerero, Anthony Karageorgos, Christos Mettouris, Valentina Nejkovic, Nikolas Albanis, Rabih Bashroush, George A. Papadopoulos
2019 Msphere  
capture devices lead to data streams of unprecedented amount and a radical change in information sharing.  ...  Social data streams raise a variety of practical challenges: derivation of real-time meaningful insights from effectively gathered social information, a paradigm shift for content distribution with the  ...  qd v , where d v is the degree of the node, d A v the number of its neighbours with behaviour A and d B v the number of its neighbours with behaviour B.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-16272-6_4 fatcat:qe35ltdzozfylax3q5taphzjf4

An Overview of Mobile Reading Habits

Somipan R Shimray, Chennupati Keerti, Chennupati K Ramaiah
2015 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This paper reviews all the developments related to mobile reading from print to online reading, online reading habits, students' attitude and behaviour to e-books, the move to mobile reading and it advantages  ...  Overall this paper provides a detailed review of mobile reading habits and how people shifted from printed form to online then to mobile form along advantages and disadvantages.  ...  In a study it was found that the factors that affected the students' online reading behaviours were eyestrain and headache 49 .  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.35.5.8901 fatcat:cs2janjsrjafhnlbhywjt2kf5y

Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Device and Cloud Service Design Decisions on the Environmental Footprint of Digital Infrastructure

Chris Preist, Daniel Schien, Eli Blevis
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
Interactive devices and the services they support are reliant on the cloud and the digital infrastructure supporting it.  ...  We perform a critical analysis of current design practice with regard to interactive services, which we identify as the cornucopian paradigm.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Paul Shabajee, CHI reviewers, and all at ' Table 2 ' of the ICT4S2015 Sustainable Data Centers workshop.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858378 dblp:conf/chi/PreistSB16 fatcat:gkj7msvja5ebjp4i5rp2tvd3be

A Consumer Perspective on Mobile Market Evolution [chapter]

Laura Castaldi, Felice Addeo, M. Rita, Clelia Mazzoni
2011 Recent Developments in Mobile Communications - A Multidisciplinary Approach  
The three factors representing attributes dimension were: practical aspects: this factor regards those basic attributes, allowing an easy and efficient use of the mobile phone (ease of use, battery life  ...  The stream of research on market segmentation has its theoretical foundations in the reflections upon imperfect competition theorized in the studies of Edward Chamberlin (1933) regarding monopolistic  ... 
doi:10.5772/28860 fatcat:mass7y4osra2zkr6fsi5leavfy

Can Standards and Regulations Keep Up With Health Technology?

Christopher James Vincent, Gerrit Niezen, Aisling Ann O'Kane, Katarzyna Stawarz
2015 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
to own one (51%) -equivalent to 56% of mobile users.  ...  These services generated £59.5bn in revenues during the year, a £0.1bn (0.2%) fall compared to 2011 as a £0.7bn fall in telecoms revenues was offset by increasing TV, radio and post revenues. • Meanwhile  ...  computers are having on our use of other services and devices in 'the rising use of tablet computers' (page 51).  ... 
doi:10.2196/mhealth.3918 pmid:26041730 pmcid:PMC4526895 fatcat:pxgqqufmmzeybodftj2syrfiay

"There Will Still Be Television but I Don't Know What It Will Be Called!": Narrating the End of Television in Australia and New Zealand

Jock Given
2016 Media and Communication  
The most successful online subscription video service in Australia and New Zealand so far, Netflix, talks up the end of television but serves up a very specific form of it.  ...  It draws on a survey of senior people in TV, technology, advertising, production, audience measurement and social media conducted in late 2014 and early 2015.  ...  Thanks especially to Rosemary Curtis for the scale, range and quality of her research assistance on this article and throughout the project and to my co-authors on the TV 2025 report cited below, Michael  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v4i3.561 fatcat:7abzr7kmh5agdiouowl3jzb33q

Innovative Practices in Banking, Management, IT, Education and Social Science

Dr. P S Aithal, Prof.Amith. D .Menezes
2020 Zenodo  
Such devices can even independently alert emergency services, making them a better substitute to other service based on subscription.  ...  To study the buying behavior of rural banking customers after digitalization in banking sector. 2. To study the factor that influence customers in adoption of digital banking. 3.  ...  Ltd. is a private company incorporated on 24 th January 2019. And it is registered at registrar of companies Delhi. It is a service oriented company.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3701339 fatcat:hryjjx6flnhfdmas6ahzavqsv4

EXPLORING AVENUES IN BANKING, MANAGEMENT, IT, EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Dr. P.S. Aithal, Prof. Amith D. Menezes
2019 Zenodo  
The Proceedings Book of One Day National Conference  ...  of mobile banking, in which relative procs and compatibility were influencing factors and perceived risk and consumer previous experience was non influencing factors.  ...  Jain, J. (2013) [26] employed a random sampling of 100 members in Rajasthan of India, in order to identify factors influencing the adaptation and usage of Mobile banking services by Customers in Southern  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3369601 fatcat:36pzraub2zgx3hxb3gnowzrya4

How Can SMEs Become More Sustainable? Modelling the M-Commerce Consumer Behaviour with Contingent Free Shipping and Customer Journey's Touchpoints Optimisation

Eliza Nichifor, Radu Constantin Lixăndroiu, Silvia Sumedrea, Ioana Bianca Chițu, Gabriel Brătucu
2021 Sustainability  
consumer behavioural model that highlights the contribution of four selected touchpoints to the sustainable transformation of SMEs.  ...  The results of the study allowed the authors to propose the model as a solution to withstand the preponderant negative experience provided by analysed e-tailers to digital buyers, representing the opportunity  ...  From the consumer's point of Ijaz and Rhee [35] concluded that the factors influencing online consumer behaviour are perceived value, perceived risk, social factors, ease of use of the site, perceived  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13126845 fatcat:cdogjnwphfg4hf6sndx2be4diq

Sustainable Business Models – What Do Management Theories Say?

Gyula Zilahy
2016 Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review  
Literature describing the notion and practice of business models has grown considerably over the last few years.  ...  Through the examples of industrial ecology and the sharing economy the author shows that a sharp reduction of transaction costs (e.g. in the form of internet based systems) coupled with resources widely  ...  SZÁM/ ISSN 0133-0179 on online buying behaviour and Susarla et al. (2009) on the 'software as a service' business model) and the rapidly evolving topic of business sustainability (see, e.g.  ... 
doi:10.14267/veztud.2016.10.06 fatcat:fmhwcdgzpvgyfo5kvmtgwnakti

The climate impact of ICT: A review of estimates, trends and regulations [article]

Charlotte Freitag, Mike Berners-Lee, Kelly Widdicks, Bran Knowles, Gordon Blair, Adrian Friday
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We provide three reasons to believe ICT emissions are going to increase barring a targeted intervention, and we note that in light of these, it seems risky to assume that ICT will, by default, assist in  ...  Whatever assumptions analysts take, they agree that ICT will not reduce its emissions without a major concerted effort involving broad political and industrial action.  ...  The research was partially supported by the DT/LWEC Senior Fellowship (awarded to Blair) in the Role of Digital Technology in Understanding, Mitigating and Adapting to Environmental Change, EPSRC: EP/P002285  ... 
arXiv:2102.02622v1 fatcat:faxoh7mo4jcrjbhz6jjgnzkv7e

Interaction Design in Agile IT Projects [article]

Marcin Sikorski
2021 Zenodo  
This book: • provides an easy-to-follow overview of practical methods for designing User Experience (UX) in digital products, such as online services or mobile applications; • spans UX-related design activities  ...  across all stages of the agile IT project: Strategy, Design, Development, Testing, Evaluation, and Retrospective; • focuses equally on two main aspects: designing user interfaces for digital products  ...  It can have different meanings, for instance, in the case of software operated through a computer screen versus online services operated from a mobile device like a smartphone or a tablet.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5810704 fatcat:sxtictcslncfpeyy7kagglxfg4

Book of Proceedings of the Colloquium on European Research in Retailing

Xavier Brusset
2021 Zenodo  
This book contains the extended abstracts of the communications made in the Colloquium on Eruopean Research in Retailing held in Sophia Antipolis, France on July 15-17 July 2021  ...  Research limitations and outlook Firstly, our scenarios focus on the fashion industry. A cross-industry analysis could test the generalizability of results.  ...  Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness [Grant ECO 2017-83051-R].  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6461016 fatcat:zjmc2cbjqbfqjjw7y3mvtlvuua

D1.5 - Final Report on Business Models and Sustainability

Corinna Schmitt, Patrick Poullie, Yves Steiner, Burkhard Stiller, Reinhard Herzog, Michael Jacoby, Joao Garcia, Gerhard Dünnebeil, Mario Drobics, Karl Kreiner, Patrick Zwickl, Aleksandar Antonic (+5 others)
2018 Zenodo  
The Deliverable D1.5 presents a business model recommendation for symbIoTe including items for sustainability.  ...  a uniform and predefined set of stateless und in the area of Cloud computing that is nowadays a standard service in IoT.  ...  As an example, a visitor aims to buy a specific item and looks for the nearest shop through the mobile application.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1302893 fatcat:xn3zb4xkjzdctgoctqzmz4mhii
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