Fayez Hussain Alqahtani

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The emerging growth of Web 2.0 has been observed by users in the workplace, and has therefore encouraged organisations to introduce Web 2.0 technologies in their businesses. Although its adoption is beneficial, it could meets with employees resistance due to some organisational factors. The successful implementation of Enterprise Web 2.0 is based on(More)
The internet revolution has provided valuable opportunities for businesses. Recently, emerging Web applications, known as Web 2.0, have been introduced by organisations into the workplace. This has resulted in the emergence of the idea of Enterprise Web 2.0. The business use of Enterprise Web 2.0 within organisations could enhance employees' collaborative(More)
Although the adoption of Enterprise Web 2.0 within organisations is beneficial, it could meet with employees’ resistance and the adoption process can be lengthy. The successful implementation of Enterprise Web 2.0 is based on employee involvement and adoption of such social technology. This paper is part of a larger research project that explored the(More)
Organisations have begun projects to improve the implementation of Knowledge Management (KM). There are two approaches to implementing KM: the KM technology-centred approach and the KM people-centred approach. Information technology (IT) has been a central element of many of KM projects. Recently, the emerging information technology known as Web 2.0 is(More)
This study develops a research model by identifying potential factors that influence Enterprise Architecture (EA) evolution. It specifically explores what are the factors that might affects Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) integration with EA. The study focuses on identifying EA and SOA related factors that might facilitate or obstruct EA evolution. The(More)
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