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Bridging the Gap between General Management and Technicians — A Case Study in ICT Security [chapter]

Jabiri Kuwe Bakari, Charles N. Tarimo, Christer Magnusson, Louise Yngström
Security and Privacy in Dynamic Environments  
This paper discusses a practical experience of bridging the gap between the general management and ICT technicians.  ...  As a result, the introduced technology poses some critical risks to the organisations due to the different perceptions of the management and technical staff in viewing the ICT security problem.  ...  Introduction The paper outlines a successful mission of how to bridge the gap between general management and ICT technicians.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-33406-8_39 dblp:conf/sec/BakariTMY06 fatcat:t34fslsdcfekfldzxdztrnjjeu

The role of the information technology staff in the digitalization process: A comparative research with ILO data

Aysel Arslan, Çetin Bektaş, A. Kwilinski
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
The study uses a case research design, one of the qualitative research methods, and analysed the data by using the content analysis method.  ...  In this study, the number of experts employed in ICT in Turkey between 2015-2019 will be examined and compared with Germany's employment in the same period.  ...  In this step, the gap between the current situation and the target is determined, necessary operations are organized to bridge the gap, feasibility studies are carried out, priorities are analysed and  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202130704002 fatcat:pgerkbwghzcxrkra5nmszknezm

Application of information and communication technology in radiological practices: a cross-sectional study among radiologists in Ghana

Emmanuel K M Edzie, Klenam Dzefi-Tettey, Philip N Gorleku, Ewurama A Idun, Bernard Osei, Obed Cudjoe, Abdul Raman Asemah, Henry Kusodzi
2020 Journal of global health reports  
Acknowledgments: Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful to all the radiologists who responded to the questionnaires to make this study possible and successful.  ...  Funding: Funding: No external funding secured.  ...  Radiologic images were created, stored, shared, and interpreted on film. 4 This has been the practice in most developing countries in Africa and in other parts of the world until recent developments  ... 
doi:10.29392/001c.13060 fatcat:f3lrhvjf4fcn3ae4ltimdrww3u

Assessment of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Use in Construction Education in Ghana

Nongiba Kheni, Mushiatu Adamu
2017 Journal of Scientific Research and Reports  
This work was carried out in collaboration between both authors. Author NAK designed the study, wrote the protocol and the first draft of the manuscript.  ...  Author MA managed the data collection, literature searches and performed a draft statistical analysis. Both authors read and approved the final manuscript.  ...  CONCLUSION It is evident from the research findings that there is a wide gap between the use of ICT in construction education and their use in professional practice or industry.  ... 
doi:10.9734/jsrr/2017/34462 fatcat:amtwdgjz75gazhta535otzb5u4

Human Capital Formation and Employability in An Information Economy: A Study of New Zealand's ICT Sector

Ashish Malik
1970 Labour Employment and Work in New Zealand  
This paper presents the trends emerging at global levels, the extent to which they are reflected in OECD countries and in New Zealand, with a specific focus on its ICT (Information and Communications Technology  ...  Secondary data pertaining to emerging trends on human capital and employability in the ICT sector is analysed from various government agencies and international organisations.  ...  inability of the developed countries to generate and retain these skills in adequate numbers.  ... 
doi:10.26686/lew.v0i0.1243 fatcat:clvw4dllbjcaxlu5f5e4n2lb5e

Women in ICT: Opportunities for Their Inclusion in an International Labor Market [chapter]

Ana M. González, Beatriz Revelles, Elisabet Almeda, Núria Vergés Bosch, José S. García
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
ICT is a key sector for developing contemporary economies and it entails an opportunity for increasing the employment rates internationally.  ...  Before the implementation of positive actions, we need to know what is the situation and experiences of women in ICT workplaces.  ...  Moreover, mentoring programs are more effective if there is a transfer from business experience to higher school curricula, in order to bridge the gap between learning and professional experience.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44447-5_16 fatcat:cx767fwv6zbglagambi266s7km

Maritime Technologies Skills Strategy: Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable Energy sector

Lucía Fraga, Amaya Soto, Susana Bastón, E. Sdoukopoulos, G. Tsafonias, V.M. Perra, G. Smyrnakis, I. Ergas, J. Fox, L. Garniati, P. Fidalgo, O. Daly (+2 others)
2022 Zenodo  
The objective of the project is to develop a skills strategy that addresses the main drivers of change to the maritime industry, in particular Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable Energy.  ...  This document is the consolidation of the project results and intelligence obtained from workshops with experts, Delphi questionnaires, desktop studies and surveys and the development of eleven Pilot Experiences  ...  ' needs; and agreement of Lines of Action to bridge the gap.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6676557 fatcat:waw4j24wqvgzlbbrj2jg4k6gze

Coping with Digital Divide in Governance: A Nepalese Perspective of Civil Service Reform

Varun Amatya, Pairote Pathranarakul
2021 Journal of Public Administration and Governance  
The case study relied on content analysis and a survey approach to generate data.This study proposed that the omnipresent nature of the internet, as well as the dynamic use of digital devices, has the  ...  potential to mobilize the public service and aid digital beginners in its considerable capacity to access government services.The general conclusion of this study is that e-government services are crucial  ...  Journal of Public Administration and Governance ISSN 2161-7104 2021 Acknowledgement The research is part of my Ph.D. dissertation towards an award of a doctor of philosophy degree, Development Administration  ... 
doi:10.5296/jpag.v11i2.18681 fatcat:fbwisqvrijferk2kt7k6gpny44

ICT Skills and Employment [chapter]

2010 Information Technology Outlook  
The Working Papers are generally available only in their original language -English or French -with a summary in the other.  ...  Working Paper Series The Working Paper series of the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry is designed to make available to a wider readership selected studies prepared by staff in the  ...  Even the growing demand for Internet-related skills may mask a polarisation between highly sought "nextgeneration" skills (e.g. design and management of secure high-speed networks, e-business integration  ... 
doi:10.1787/it_outlook-2010-5-en fatcat:ugm5a5uymbcljey2kdmp7lzu3e

Ensuring Employment and Employability through Electronics Engineering Education: A Case Study of BPS Women University

Sandeep Dahiya, Vijay Nehra
2015 International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science  
The study will also focus on ongoing activities and initiatives at BPSMV State University in Haryana.  ...  Engineering education plays a pivotal role in the development of technologies, society, nation, economy and employment.  ...  Further acknowledge the thanks to UGC for funding M.Tech (ICT) innovative programme in teaching and research programme.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijmecs.2015.11.05 fatcat:oqjhy35eezdnznmpiapwy5mbqu

Technological learning for entrepreneurial development (TL4ED) in the knowledge economy (KE): Case studies and lessons learned

Elias G. Carayannis, Denisa Popescu, Caroline Sipp, McDonald Stewart
2006 Technovation  
conceptual constructs with a series of case studies from developed, developing and transitioning economies.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the role that technological learning and information and communication technologies (ICT) play in fostering entrepreneurial development in the Knowledge Economy and support our  ...  By bridging the information gap, it allows for a substantial reduction in the time-to-market.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2005.04.003 fatcat:rmri7nfqjzdxtnryjkmsozge3q

Tele-Education in South Africa

Maurice Mars
2014 Frontiers in Public Health  
The approaches taken are compared with current teaching on eHealth implementation and a retrospective design-reality gap analysis is made.  ...  The aims of this study were (i) to review the literature on tele-education in South Africa, (ii) describe tele-education activities at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZ-N) in South Africa, and (iii)  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported in part by National Institutes of Health Fogarty International Centre (grant number 5D43TW007004-11).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2014.00173 pmid:25405146 pmcid:PMC4217325 fatcat:prqvyiy77zax5kkvx66seo7ozq

A Proposed Framework for Developing an Electronic Medical Record System

Dimitrios Xanthidis, Ourania Koutzampasopoulou Xanthidou
2021 Journal of Global Information Management  
Those addressed in this study are the access to such a system, the satisfaction on the security and authorization protocols to follow, the awareness of backup and recovery mechanisms in place, and the  ...  The professionals are satisfied with the security level, the ICTs training, and the backup and recovery mechanism in place.  ...  This study attempts to bridge this gap by providing the model of the association of the stakeholders of such a system as well as suggesting a framework of policies and procedures for its deployment.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.20210701.oa4 fatcat:iszylnr76nclliqrthlvibcniy

The Ebola outbreak and staffing in public health facilities in rural Sierra Leone: who is left to do the job?

J. Sylvester Squire, K. Hann, O. Denisiuk, M. Kamara, D. Tamang, R. Zachariah
2017 Public Health Action  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was conducted through the Structured Operational Research and  ...  Sierra Leone was one of the worst affected countries, with all 14 medical districts affected and a total of 14 122 reported cases and 3955 deaths. 3 The outbreak took a devastating toll on health care  ...  Information on these critical human resource issues is vital as Sierra Leone and its donor community begin to bridge the human resource gaps.  ... 
doi:10.5588/pha.16.0089 pmid:28744439 pmcid:PMC5515564 fatcat:geqz434tivbppiifg54rv4se3m

eHealth in Latin America and the Caribbean: Development and Policy Issues

Roberto J Rodrigues, Ahmad Risk
2003 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
In the health sector, development and digital divides between industrialized and developing countries are wider than the gap observed in other productive and social sectors.  ...  In many developing countries the market for health ICT products and services is limited.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.5.1.e4 pmid:12746209 pmcid:PMC1550550 fatcat:7uoxhh4s6zdktb4uyafauvocee
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