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Developing an instrument for Cloud Computing adoption by Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

Amin Saedi, Noorminshah A. Iahad
2013 2013 International Conference on Research and Innovation in Information Systems (ICRIIS)  
Thus, this research is aimed at exploring other theories in depth, and accordingly proposing a new integrated theoretical framework for cloud computing adoption in general, particularly in Small and Medium-Sized  ...  Due to socio-technical reasons, cloud services are usually deployed in a heterogeneous network where both human and non-human actors are equally important in the process of technology adoption.  ...  ) and non-human actors (e.g. computers, modems, telephone lines, and web development tools) are equally important to implement a business-to-business e-commerce portal for regional SMEs in Melbourne, Australia  ... 
doi:10.1109/icriis.2013.6716757 fatcat:prekm3gbubdgncy5sdgpkr2hki

Factors Influencing Cloud Computing Adoption in Higher Education Institutions of Least Developed Countries: Evidence from Republic of Yemen

Abdullah Hussein Alghushami, Nur Haryani Zakaria, Zahurin Mat Aji
2020 Applied Sciences  
The study also provides a model and insights for HEIs, technology consultants, vendors and policy makers in better understanding of the factors that influence cloud computing adoption in least developed  ...  The study employed the quantitative approach to determine the factors that influence cloud computing adoption in Yemen HEIs through a questionnaire survey.  ...  Other studies have explored the uptake of ICT by organizations in developed and developing countries, primarily on e-government, e-readiness and adoption of technology as proposed in the TOE framework  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10228098 fatcat:deyrsjkwhbcftdkulgk3wmseji

Preliminary insight into cloud computing adoption in a developing country

Prince Kwame Senyo, John Effah, Erasmus Addae
2016 Journal of Enterprise Information Management  
to be significant in cloud computing adoption in a developing country context.  ...  Therefore, given that cloud computing adoption is well established in the developed world but not in the developing world, this paper investigates the determinants of cloud computing adoption in the developing  ...  Acknowledgement We wish to acknowledge the Editor and the anonymous reviewers for their thorough, constructive and critical comments.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jeim-09-2014-0094 fatcat:bkuvmkdprvh4rdufgpnywgjwmq

A Framework for Cloud Based E-Government from the Perspective of Developing Countries

Pusp Joshi, Shareeful Islam, Syed Islam
2017 Future Internet  
The main contribution of this research is to propose a cloud-based G2G (Government-to-government) e-government framework for a viable e-government solution from the perspective of developing countries.  ...  The results from the study show that the G2G approach of e-government implementation would be the best for providing effective government services to the stakeholders of developing countries.  ...  While e-government projects in developing countries are struggling to sustain, we proposed an alternative e-government implementation framework that supports governments in developing countries to leverage  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi9040080 fatcat:qjatl5m65nghfntg7keuzq6jty

Using ICT to Improve on Governance in Developing Countries: The Case of Zambian Parliamentarians

Francis Kalekanya Ng'uni, Jackson Phiri
2019 Open Journal of Business and Management  
More and more mobile applications are being developed to make it possible for services available on desktop computers to be accessed on mobile devices.  ...  The study revealed that the two factors perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use have a significant impact on the adoption of the proposed automation of e-services by model.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge all the participants who took part in the research study.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojbm.2019.74121 fatcat:j55ee7uptjhs5inttq7whobtsy

Factors affecting sustainable adoption of e-health technology in developing countries: an exploratory survey of Nigerian hospitals from the perspective of healthcare professionals

Musa Ahmed Zayyad, Mehmet Toycan
2018 PeerJ  
This can help them understand their areas of priorities and weaknesses when planning for e-health technology adoption and implementation.  ...  However, despite its positive benefits, studies indicate that the rate of the e-health adoption in some developing countries is either low or underutilized.  ...  Mustafa Abu-Yaro (The Chief Medical Director), who assisted in mobilizing the participants of the survey.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.4436 pmid:29507830 pmcid:PMC5835346 fatcat:kpqcgsvtzzasvkmdel4ym3357q

A Framework for Real-Time Healthcare System Performance in Developing Countries

Razi Ahmed, Eiad Yafi, Mazliham Mohd Su�ud, Muhammad Mansoor Alam, Muhammad Faizan
2020 Journal of Computer Science  
This study proposes a conceptual structure for the success of the real-time healthcare program in developing countries.  ...  Whilst developing and some developed countries face a significant challenge in adopting the application of real-time healthcare, this work aims to analyze the perspectives of healthcare practitioners in  ...  His guidance helped me in all the time of research and writing of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2020.1250.1257 fatcat:eekeq2jxlvghxfivj4gam2ocee

Analysis of Factors Contributing to the Spread of Cholera in Developing Countries (Cholera Diseases in Developing Countries)

Ebekeyi Idoga, Mehmet Toycan, Musa Ahmed Zayyad
2019 Eurasian Journal of Medicine  
We also proposed a cloud based health management system (CBHMS) for the timely identification and management of cholera in an epidemic.  ...  The research highlights the factors aiding the spread of cholera in Nigeria by directing donor agencies and government to channel their focus and prepare ahead in view of an emergency.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors appreciate all the staff and management of Benue state health service board and the state ministry of health for the support provided.  ... 
doi:10.5152/eurasianjmed.2019.18334 pmid:31258350 pmcid:PMC6592437 fatcat:uam2ii7szzf7lnqsvuwob5nzia

An investigation of factors affecting the adoption of cloud computing for E-government implementation

Muntasser A. Wahsh, Jaspaljeet Singh Dhillon
2015 2015 IEEE Student Conference on Research and Development (SCOReD)  
This paper systematically reviews factors that affect the adoption of cloud computing for e-Government and public sectors. Salient factors based on their frequencies were identified.  ...  Despite the huge benefits and synergies it grants to governments and societies, many obstacles and challenges arise in the successful implementation of e-Government, especially, in the developing countries  ...  Figure 2 below illustrates the proposed model of the most influential factors that might affect cloud computing adoption to implement e-Government in developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.1109/scored.2015.7449349 fatcat:4322acjyhvh5didnyjcj4cpcza

Artificial Intelligence Strategies: Republic of Moldova relative to European Union countries

Svetlana Cojocaru, Constantin Gaindric, Tatiana Verlan
2021 Computer Science Journal of Moldova  
The paper examines the policies of European countries regarding the use and development of applications based on Artificial Intelligence.  ...  Also, the situation in this field in the Republic of Moldova is analyzed.  ...  The research was supported by the project 20.80009.5007.22 "Intelligent information systems for solving ill-structured problems, processing knowledge, and big data".  ... 
doaj:394db1e854474767bba2eac54f07a580 fatcat:phrgy6s6ove5taaiamae24cp3i

Emerging Technologies, Globalization and Strategic Business Management: Exploring the Trilogy for Developing Countries

2021 European Journal of Business and Management  
Exploring the trends, trilogy, and country conditions (for a developing economy) are the springboards for this study.  ...  In this paper, we explored the trilogy of emerging technology, globalization, and strategic management with a focus on developing countries.  ...  Explore the favourable and constraining factors that influence or impede the adoption of emerging technologies in developing countries within the concepts of globalization and strategic business management  ... 
doi:10.7176/ejbm/13-13-01 fatcat:z5qyzhoyarbupdrdm2vshj4yhi


International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
2019 IMF Staff Country Reports  
While fintech promises opportunities for new entrants and incumbents, innovation and change introduce new risks for clients, financial institutions (FIs) and the system.  ...  Technological innovation is one of the most influential developments affecting the financial sector.  ...  .  Cloud. Cloud computing allows the sharing of on-demand computer processing resources in a way that promotes efficiencies and economies of scale.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781498325882.002 fatcat:fushdq3w2bh5nlu7tfx7oimwfi

A Benefits Assessment Model of Information Systems for Small Organizations in Developing Countries

Amal Alshardan, Robert Goodwin, Giselle Rampersad
2015 Computer and Information Science  
Consequently, the purpose of this paper is to develop a model for evaluating the benefits of IS for SMEs in Saudi Arabia as a case of a developing country.  ...  Additionally, it provides critical insights to policy makers and managers on assessing the benefits of IS for SMEs in developing countries.</p>  ...  Hence, this study could provide valuable insights for both government and businesses in developing strategies to realise the anticipated benefits of IS for SMEs in developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v9n1p1 fatcat:674gxq7wxrholgj7ztpefh4lja

Privacy Protection Legislative Scenario in Select Countries

Dr. Madan Lal Bhasin
2016 Zenodo  
It is expected that a growing number of countries will adopt privacy laws to foster e-commerce.  ...  Here, an attempt has been made to briefly acquaint the readers' with the privacy laws prevalent in select countries.  ...  Regulations are also required for standardization of technical parameters associated with cloud computing networks (Srivas, 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3466150 fatcat:pzz7ahk6gncfzduwwyplv75vry

The Adoption of an M-Learning Policy in Higher Education: The Professionals Perspective in Developing Countries

Sayibu Muhideen, Yat Yen, Sulemana Iddrisu, Mohammed Amin Mohammed, Bertha W Bisanda
2019 Humanities and Social Sciences Letters  
In this digital age, e-learning has developed rapidly from web-based searches to mobile learning. This study aims to identify an M-learning policy for high schools in developing countries.  ...  A government policy will encourage and strengthen such effectiveness among scholars in developing countries.  ...  Moreover, the study revealed that effective investigations would enhance the integration of government policies on M-learning in developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.73.2019.71.29.45 fatcat:qyonxm4msjesfb2dqv2cgqtpda
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