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As people use mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.) more and more in daily life, their desire grows to use the same devices at work. In response to this demand, many firms are considering to offer BYOD programs allowing their employees to bring their own devices to work and use them for business purposes. This study analyses how employees' perceive(More)
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) enables employees to use their privately-owned devices for business purposes. There is an ongoing debate on the costs, benefits and potential threats of this concept amongst practitioners. Surprisingly, employees and their expectations and attitudes towards BYOD are rarely part of these discussions. Contributing to this research(More)
Operational risk and outsourcing are two major topics on today's agenda of top executives, especially in the banking industry. This paper introduces a framework to classify operational risk in outsourcing in a way that generates quantifiable output for measurement purposes. The authors developed a matrix system that deploys a catalogue of sources of risk(More)
Outsourcing has become a widely accepted option in strategic management which, as every business venture, bears chances and risks. Supplementing the popular area of research on the merits of outsourcing, this paper examines how stockholders rate the corporate sourcing decision with regard to the perceived risk they associate with this transaction. Using(More)
IT in health care can lower the cost of health care delivery, improve the quality of care for patients and reduce medical errors. Given these strong advantages, it is interesting that technology diffusion for process support in hospitals is somewhat slow. The major process of a hospital-delivering patient care-is still supported by traditional paper files(More)