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This study has devoted much effort to developing an integrated model designed to predict and explain an individual's continued use of online services based on the concepts of the expectation dis-confirmation model and the theory of planned behavior. Empirical data was collected from a field survey of Cyber University System (CUS) users to verify the fit of(More)
Electronic commerce is radically changing the competitive landscape. Increasingly, firms need to have stronger ties with customers and suppliers. In this business scenario, it is important for firms to have information systems (IS) that encourage the unhindered flow of information. The paradigm that addresses this need of firms is popularly known as(More)
Due to the limitless possibilities and low cost, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems are used in a variety of applications to uniquely identify physical objects. The operation of RFID systems often involves a situation in which numerous tags are present in the interrogation zone of a single reader at the same time. The tags can collide and cancel(More)
Previous literature suggests that various factors play crucial roles in the adoption of an information system; however, there is little empirical research about the factors affecting adoption of data warehouse technology, particularly in a single information technology intensive industry. In this study, we used a survey to investigate the factors(More)
The healthcare industry is experiencing a major transformation towards e-healthcare, which delivers and enhances related information through the Internet among healthcare stakeholders and makes the electronic signature (e-signature) more and more important. This paper uses a mature framework, Technology–Organization–Environment (TEO), in information system(More)