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With the rapid diffusion of the Internet worldwide, there has been considerable interest in the e-potentials of developing countries giving rise to a first generation of e-readiness studies. Moreover, e-readiness means different things to different people, in different contexts, and for...
The application of information and communication technologies in developing countries represents an important tool that can determine economic development and prosperity. One of the main areas in which technology can have a powerful impact on the economic activity is the introduction of Internet...
Over the last decade India has been one of the fastest adopters of information technology, particularly because of its capability to provide software solutions to organizations around the world. This capability has provided a tremendous impetus to the domestic banking industry in India to deploy...
The technology acceptance model (TAM) has been used in much of the research into technology diffusion conducted in the United States and other developed Western countries. There is, however, no empirical evidence that information-technology acceptance models established in developed countries...
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