Nor Iadah Yusop

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This paper proposes the use of an enterprise architecture methodology known as the Systemic Enterprise Architecture Methodology to determine the relevance of EA in addressing the business-IT alignment. A construct that characterized EA was developed based on review of the literature. A theoretical framework build upon the Systemic Enterprise Architecture(More)
The South East Asia (SEA) region is a melting pot of diverse culture and arts. This region is rich with local products which possess potentials to be marketed to a wider market. However, local entrepreneurs have limited access to financial aids and know-how to achieve this. In this paper, a model which fosters collaboration among local entrepreneurs within(More)
This paper proposes the use of an enterprise architecture methodology known as the Systemic Enterprise Architecture Methodology to determine the relevance of EA in addressing the business-IT alignment. A construct that characterized EA was developed based on review of the literature. A theoretical framework build upon the Systemic Enterprise Architecture(More)
Enterprise architecture describes the principles and guidelines in governing the implementation of information, technology and business mission in organizations. The main aim of enterprise architecture is to improve the alignment between information technology strategy and business strategy. The intent of our study is to broaden and strengthen the(More)
Telecentres are physical spaces that provide public access to information and communication technology particularly the Internet for educational, personal, social, and economic development. This paper will closely look into the characteristics of the community that influence the success of telecentres. Although there are a number of influential factors in(More)
  • Zuriani Ahmad Zukarnain, Huda Ibrahim, +4 authors Sheik Osman
  • 2010
This paper attempts to report on a recent study in investigating the ethical use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services at cyber cafe in Malaysia. It aims to identify the factors that could have influenced ethical behavior of cyber cafe users based on Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). TPB is known for three factors namely (i) attitude,(More)
Telecentre effectiveness is highly related with involvement of people in the community and has been measured by the socio-economic benefit gained from the telecentre. One of the important aspects that are often overlooked in the assessment of telecentre effectiveness is the technological change. It is referred to as the overall process of continuous(More)
This paper presents results of a research to create a model for telecentre value creation. The aim is to study the effect of diffusion and adoption of information and communication technology through telecentre implementation. The National Strategic Framework for Bridging Digital Divide states that the socio-economic value could not achieve its optimal(More)
This paper presents an analysis of the relationships between individuals' traits and cohesion in the virtual community environment. Individual traits relate to personal qualities of members of the community where this paper attempts to present their influence over community cohesion. Four research variables were identified to represent the traits of the(More)