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The big ‘a-ha’ moment is when enterprises finally realize that their digital existences are being defined by the consumer world, not the reverse. It is hubris to think that an enterprise can ‘use’ social media for its advantage. Better to think how an enterprise is positioned in the modern world...
AbstractThis study examined a behavioral model (based on the theory of planned behavior), in two different cultures (in the U.S., and in the Middle East), within the context of digital piracy. The model was extended by adding moral obligation as a factor influencing intention to pirate digital...
AbstractThis study examines the path taken by the government of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh that recently established an information technology (IT) cluster in Hyderabad, the capital city. The city went from virtually no presence in IT to developing one of the world's most vibrant IT...
AbstractThis article involves a qualitative study of factors impacting the adoption of ICT solutions in the Danish facility management supply chain. The results show that there are a number of drivers and barriers that influence the adoption of ICT solutions in this service sector. These have...
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