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Development of an Instrument to Measure the Perceptions of Adopting an Information Technology Innovation
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This paper reports on the development of an instrument designed to measure the various perceptions that an individual may have of adopting an information technology IT innovation. Expand
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Electronic Data Interchange and Small Organizations: Adoption and Impact of Technology
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We identify three major factors that influence the EDI adoption practices of small firms. Expand
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The Case Research Strategy in Studies of Information Systems
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This article defines and discusses one of these qualitative methods - the case research strategy. Expand
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Information Security Policy Compliance: An Empirical Study of Rationality-Based Beliefs and Information Security Awareness
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This research identifies the antecedents of employee compliance with the information security policy (ISP) of an organization with regard to protecting the organization's information and technology resources. Expand
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Factors That Influence the Social Dimension of Alignment Between Business and Information Technology Objectives
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This paper presents findings from a study which investigated the influence of several factors on the social dimension of alignment within 10 business units in the Canadian life insurance industry. Expand
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Predicting Intention to Adopt Interorganizational Linkages: An Institutional Perspective
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This study used institutional theory as a lens to understand the factors that enable the adoption of interorganizational systems. Expand
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Research Report: Empirical Test of an EDI Adoption Model
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This paper is the first test of a parsimonious model that posits three factors as determinants of the adoption of electronic data interchange (EDI):readiness, perceived benefits, andexternal pressure. Expand
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The Identity Crisis Within the IS Discipline: Defining and Communicating the Discipline's Core Properties
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In this commentary, we begin by discussing why establishing an identity for the IS field is important. Expand
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Quo vadis TAM?
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The Technology Acceptance model (TAM) is one of the most influential theories in Information Systems. Expand
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E-Commerce Product Recommendation Agents: Use, Characteristics, and Impact
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This paper develops a conceptual model with 28 propositions derived from five theoretical perspectives. Expand
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