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Internet computing can be viewed as a radical IS innovation as follows: (1) Unique: Internet computing added new elements into the existing computing architectures that significantly departed from existing alternatives. These included a universal thin browser and the idea of hyperlinking included in HTML (Lewin and Volberda 1999; Van Den Bosch et al. 1999).(More)
Computer-aided three-dimensional interactive application (CATIA) was originally developed by Dassault Systems to design and manufacture complex geometries for jet fighters. Lately, it has been adopted as a multi-platform 3-D product life cycle management solution and is used widely as a design platform in several industries, including the automobile,(More)
" The test of a first-class mind is the ability to hold two opposing views…at the same time and still retain the ability to function. " In distributed, complex socio-technical systems, risks increasingly originate from multiple sources, affect multiple agents in diverse ways, and thus become systemic. The traditional linear causal model of risk control and(More)
This paper extends the disruptive information technology innovation model (DITIM) by exploring the impact of adoption timing on innovation outcomes within software development organizations during a disruptive innovation cycle. The DITIM suggests that radical changes in computing platforms result in pervasive and radical innovations in software development(More)
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