João Baptista

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This paper investigates the impact of social media interactions on the use context of enterprise systems (ES) at a global telecommunications company based in Europe. We conducted a detailed field study of users in three countries who execute tasks collectively using social media capabilities within their ES. The findings provide rich insights into these(More)
A new class of users is emerging in parallel programming area, having different requirements from the traditional high performance computing users, since most projects deployed by the new users classes fit into the Bag-of-Tasks problems (mainly composed of independent tasks, thus embarrassingly parallel). The similarity of software and hardware (in(More)
This research describes the findings from an interpretive case study that explores the interplay between social computing (SC) and enterprise systems (ES). A fundamental shift is evident in how organisations become more effective through the adoption of SC capabilities. As process centric ES continues to pose challenges, an SC inspired, people-centric ES(More)
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