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Big Data
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Big data describes technologies that promise to fulfill a fundamental tenet of research in information systems, which is to provide the right information to the right receiver in the right volume and quality at the right time.From the authors’ perspective, information systems research is ideally positioned to support big data critically and use the knowledge gained to explain and design innovative information systems in business and administration – regardless of whether big data is in reality a disruptive technology or a cursory fad. Expand
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Leveraging Crowdsourcing: Activation-Supporting Components for IT-Based Ideas Competition
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The paper describes how activation-enabling functionalities can be systematically designed and implemented in an IT-based ideas competition for enterprise resource planning software. Expand
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Understanding IT Governance
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The Business Perspective of Cloud Computing: Actors, Roles and Value Networks
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With the rise of a ubiquitous provision of computing resources over the past years, cloud computing has been established as a prominent research topic. Expand
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Community Engineering for Innovations: The Ideas Competition as a Method to Nurture a Virtual Community for Innovations
‘Crowdsourcing’ is currently one of the most discussed key words within the open innovation community. The major question for both research and business is how to find and lever the enormousExpand
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Memorandum on design-oriented information systems research
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In this memorandum, 10 authors propose principles of design-oriented information systems research. Expand
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Determinants of physicians' technology acceptance for e-health in ambulatory care
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This study extends existing technology acceptance models (TAM) for electronic health (e-health) in ambulatory care settings and elaborates on determinants of importance to physicians in their decision to use e-health applications. Expand
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Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Trust-Supporting Components in Virtual Communities for Patients
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This paper describes how trust-enabling functionalities can be systematically designed and implemented in a virtual community for cancer patients. Expand
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Leveraging crowdsourcing – activationsupporting components for IT-based idea competitions
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The paper describes how activation-enabling functionalities can be systematically designed and implemented in an IT-based ideas competition for enterprise resource planning software. Expand
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Exploring Success Factors of Virtual Communities: The Perspectives of Members and Operators
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We present a set of success factors for VCs as found in the literature and as identified by conducting expert interviews. Expand
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