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Lack of information technology (IT) skills and human capital remain a significant obstacle to the successful implementation of IT projects in developing countries. The model discussed in this article draws on theories of knowledge management and social and human capital, and it has been...
There is a consensus that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) hold great promise for development by connecting people to more accurate and up-to-date sources of information and knowledge. However, the evidence so far shows that the benefits accrued from the utilization of ICTs have...
Attempts to decentralize Health Information Systems (HISs) are ongoing in various developing countries as a part of health sector reforms. Donor communities in particular have often insisted on decentralization of health care systems as a mechanism to encourage quality and sustainability of...
The increasing popularity of e-commerce is apparent. This article addresses the main issues related to e-commerce and, in particular, presents the results of a large survey carried out in 116 Croatian companies. The objective of this survey was to investigate the current practices related to the...
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