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Green IS management framework verification: explicating the enabling capabilities of green IS
The first objective of the paper is to expose the Green Information Systems (Green IS) management framework comprising the enabling capabilities of Green IS, moderating concepts, and relationships to environmental ...
The practice of applicability checks in information systems research: an empirical confirmation
The practice of applicability checks1 can be considered a relative new concept in the field of Information Systems (IS) research. It is, however, an appropriate method to ensure the practical relevance of research. The ...
Semantic-driven E-government: a case study of formal representation of government domain ontology
Semantic Web technologies are increasingly being adopted in egovernment to describe and specify e-government services, aiming at their semantic integration and interoperability. However, current research does not ...
The effect of BPR on organizational strategy and the role of SDMS: a case of South Africa’s merged higher education institutions
Changes in organisations due to various factors such as technological advancements or competition may bring the effect of change to certain business processes. This in turn invokes business process re-engineering (BPR) and ...
A framework to determine the suitability of software development methodologies for the development of location-based games
To determine the suitability of an SDM (software development methodology) for the development of location-based games, it has to be determined to what degree SDMs address aspects that need to be addressed in the process ...
Aspects that need to be addressed during the development of location-based games
To determine the suitability of a software development methodology (SDM) to aid in the development of location-based games, it is necessary to determine to what degree SDMs address certain aspects that need to be addressed ...