Noorminshah A. Iahad

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Due to socio-technical reasons, cloud services are usually deployed in a heterogeneous network where both human and non-human actors are equally important in the process of technology adoption. Close examination of Information Systems adoption and diffusion theories shows that human and non-human actors, as the major elements in every heterogeneous network,(More)
This paper presents a method of developing an instrument for Cloud Computing (CC) adoption by Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). To achieve this outcome, this paper firstly evaluates the suitability of Technology-Organization-Environment Framework and Actor Network Theory for CC adoption by SMEs. It then explains how to discover the constructs and(More)
This paper reviews previous research that used ICT intervention for weight loss management to overcome obesity. The aim of this review is to identify ways that ICT contribute towards effective weight loss management and the opportunities that ICT can provide towards successful weight loss. This paper not only includes review of journal papers but also(More)
Today, the interaction between patients and Interactive Health Portals (IHPs) is one of the hot topics of e-health domains. Online Health Organisations (OHOs) try to improve the quality of their online services to increase patients’ demand. However, Malaysian OHOs are far from achieving from this trend. Lack of enthusiasm, trust and loyalty are the major(More)
Smart Mobile Devices (SMD) are there for many years but using them as learning tools started to emerge as new research area. The trend to merge collaborative learning methodology by using mobile devices in informal context is important for implementation of Learner Centric Learning (LCL). Survey and numerous studies show that more than 95% of students in(More)
This paper delivers some initial insights into the range of theories that need to be integrated to provide a holistic explanation of Cloud Computing (CC) adoption by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). To achieve this outcome, this paper firstly critiques the two commonly used Information Systems (IS) adoption/ diffusion theories: the Technology(More)
Telemedicine systems have been considered as a necessary measure to alleviate the shortfall in skilled medical specialists in developing countries. However, the obvious challenge is whether clinicians are willing to use this technological innovation, which has aided medical practice globally. One factor which has received little academic attention is the(More)
In spite of the many studies conducted on B2C e-commerce implementation, prior studies have presumed B2C e-commerce implementation to be a “plug and play” exercise rather than process based. Consequently, many of these initiatives have failed to deliver the benefits expected for e-commerce companies. Therefore, it is now important to revisit(More)
Trend of a new generation of students towards collaborative learning as well as significant characteristics of cloud computing technology have changed the world of teaching and learning. This paper reported the results of a survey study and provided evidence of testing Task-Technology Fit (TTF) model in understanding the factors that play significant roles(More)