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ICIS 2008 Panel Report: Open Access Publishing to Nurture the Sprouts of Knowledge and the Future of Information Systems Research

Michel Avital, Bo-Christer Björk, Richard J. Boland, Kevin Crowston, Kalle Lyytinen, Ann Majchrzak
2009 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Ann Majchrzak is a professor of Information Systems in Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.  ...  In response, we seek to stimulate a debate about the role and desired forms of Open Access publishing in the context of the Information System (IS) discipline.  ...  Majchrzak [2008], "Open Access Publishing and the Future of IS Research," Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Information Systems, Paris, France.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02430 fatcat:gwnxtdsl75h67eeugif75wh26i

Researching the Future: The Information Systems Discipline's Futures Infrastructure [chapter]

Mike Chiasson, Ola Henfridsson
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Carlsson explores the past, present, and future use of critical realism in information systems research.  ...  Papers We wish to thank the authors for the range of approaches taken to the topic of researching the future of information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21364-9_1 fatcat:6mbbi5dgwvhtfc4ubu2tcbtwqa

Panel Description: The future of business meetings — possibilities and problems of computer support in virtual organisations [chapter]

J. M. Haake, M. Bever, J. Bumiller, D. Martin
1995 Information Systems Development for Decentralized Organizations  
(eds.), Information Systems Development for Decentralized Organizations  ...  ., meetings by video-conferencing systems) have mostly been limited in terms of integration.  ...  Information Systems Development for Decentralized Organizations This financial overhead could be drastically reduced if integrated, flexible meeting support systems based on powerful telecommunication  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34871-1_14 fatcat:a4s3ifesczhtdlhc6a7whspcru

Methods for Studying the Information Systems Future [chapter]

Paul Gray, Anat Hovav
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Information Systems studies involve the present and the future. Although data can be obtained on the present, the future can only be estimated.  ...  In Information Systems, a rapidly changing intellectual and technological field, simply extrapolating the present to the future is likely to be wrong.  ...  In their classification of current and future information systems, Ein-Dor and Segev (1993) argued that selecting the dimensions for classifying the systems is crucial and difficult.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21364-9_21 fatcat:ew6rt7glpbcjjagifhaxuvguly

The Future of Outsourcing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Implications for Research and Practice—Panel Report from PACIS 2014

Darshana Sedera, Sachithra Lokuge, Helmut Krcmar, Shirish C. Srivastava, Ravishankar M. N.
2014 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This paper summarizes a panel discussion held at the 18th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) in Chengdu, China, 2014, with the same title.  ...  The panel discussed the future of outsourcing in the Asia-Pacific region (specifically the importance of outsourcing, new trends, and issues in outsourcing).  ...  In this paper, we summarize an interactive panel conducted at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 2014 (PACIS 2014) held in Chengdu, China, that highlighted the current and future trends  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03517 fatcat:iypz4oibnrbtvei4o4a5fg4v6a

Future of Master's Level Education in Information Systems

Heikki Topi, Markus Helfert, V. Ramesh, Rolf T. Wigand
2011 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Master's level programs in Information Systems provide exciting opportunities for schools and departments that are willing to actively engage with their corporate partners and other key stakeholders to  ...  This article reports on the results of a panel discussion on master's level education in IS that took place at AMCIS 2010.  ...  His research centers on Information Quality Management and includes research areas such as Data Warehousing, Business Process Management, Healthcare Information Systems, Logistics, Supply Chain Management  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02827 fatcat:cenbpyanjvapzpi45ntweftlxe

ICIS 2010 Panel Report: Technologies that Transform Business and Research: Lessons from the Past as We Look to the Future

Jeff Baker, Michel Avital, Gordon Davis, Frank Land, Howard Morgan, James C. Wetherbe
2011 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
and Research: Lessons from the Past as We Look to the Future" (2010) ICIS 2010 Proceedings.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The proposal for this ICIS panel presentation was published as Baker, Jeff; Michel Avital, Gordon Davis, Frank Land, Howard Morgan, and James Wetherbe, "Technologies That Transform Business  ...  Table 1 juxtaposes these two main perspectives on Information Systems research.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02829 fatcat:3vt7tvpyw5g4dhhmltvjvuuvpa

Future environments [chapter]

J. F. Nunamaker
1996 Information Systems and Technology in the International Office of the Future  
Many large organizations have evolved to the point where their structure and procedures are no longer in keeping with the needs of the future.  ...  The International Office of the Future (IOF) will be a dramatically different environment than that which exists in the majority of today's organizations. Imagine a meeting in the IOF:  ...  In addition, public information is stored in a team memory to be accessed and used by other stakeholders and in future meetings.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35085-1_36 fatcat:lgapgjvlz5dkjhjda6dxqbxf7q

From Hindsight to Foresight: Applying Futures Research Techniques in Information Systems

Paul Gray, Anat Hovav
2008 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Although much IS research deals with evaluating and improving existing information systems, researchers are also called upon to think about the future, particularly beyond organizational boundaries.  ...  One way of forecasting the future is to extrapolate empirically observed relations (e.g. Moore's law).  ...  Increase privacy by allowing users to specify policies for the use of their information; 3. Increase information systems security; 4. Gain users' trust.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02212 fatcat:2n3p2nzstzgs7cfoeva4ecs7tm

Mediators in the architecture of future information systems

G. Wiederhold
1992 Computer  
omputer-based information systems, connected to worldwide high-speed networks, provide increasingly rapid access to a wide variety of data resources.'  ...  It is not coincidental that Select is the principal operation of relational database management systems, but selected data is still at too fine a level of detail to be useful for decision making.  ...  Further inputs were provided by panel participants at a number of conferences and at the National Science Foundation Workshop on the Future of Databases.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.121508 fatcat:qz2fxjjyirey5cztt234gm2boy

Using immersive video to evaluate future traveller information systems

A. Weihong-Guo, P. Blythe, P. Olivier, P. Singh, H. Nam Ha
2008 IET Intelligent Transport Systems  
An immersive video system that has been developed for the purpose of evaluating future traveller information system (F-TIS), in particular, F-TIS scenarios that rely on a pervasive computing infrastructure  ...  This vision of fully connected and pervasive information systems is a component of the future transport system envisaged by the recently published report by the Foresight Directorate of the UK governments  ...  to better understand the effectiveness of future information delivery.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-its:20070032 fatcat:lmwqb27jofallih3wecsln7nqy

Future directions in control in an information-rich world

2003 IEEE Control Systems  
Acknowledgments We would like to thank the panel on Future Directions in Control, Dynamics, and Systems and the many members of the control community who participated in generating the report.  ...  Jacobs and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) for supporting the activities of the panel.  ...  The panel also made extensive use of a recent NSF/CSS report on future directions in control engineering education [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcs.2003.1188769 fatcat:b5fksabbfze5hoktqk4vhnane4

The international office worker of the future [chapter]

P. Yoong, G. Vreede, J. Gricar, L. Jessup
1996 Information Systems and Technology in the International Office of the Future  
(eds.), Information Systems and Technology in the International Office of the Future  ...  In the International Office of the Future (lOF), individuals will use a variety of technologies to assist them in communicating, in collaborating, and coordinating their activities across distance and  ...  Worker of the Future.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35085-1_33 fatcat:s7jqpr3p5bd7flvxv5wuit3oha

Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Course Design: Current Practices and Future Trajectories

Pam Neely, Nicole Forsgren, Ron Premuroso, Chelley Vician, Clinton E. White
2015 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The accounting information systems (AIS) course is a core component of most accounting programs, but what it typically covers and how it's typically taught is as varied as the number of instructors.  ...  for two undergraduate (i.e., introductory and advanced) AIS courses  Online vs. face-to-face applied projects for introductory AIS courses  Building information systems projects in introductory AIS  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We acknowledge the helpful participation of panel attendees at AMCIS 2012, the preliminary editorial comments provided by the CAIS Editor-in-Chief, Matti Rossi, and the useful review comments  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03630 fatcat:qorg2m2buvfolbmynjzbqupfgm

Past, Present, and Future

Paul Gray
2006 Information systems management  
Software to define, search, and visualize online information is also a key to creating and accessing online information.  ...  Soon most information will be available at your fingertips, anytime, anywhere. Rapid advances in storage, communications, and processing allow us move all information into Cyberspace.  ...  It will both enrich and empower us and future generations. Perhaps the most challenging problem is understanding the data.  ... 
doi:10.1201/1078.10580530/45769.23.1.20061201/91777.11 fatcat:nldm4gpmovgxngmkkkyjomq5fa
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