Web sites have been extensively used to provide information to consumers. While practitioners and researchers have proposed different criteria for effective Web site design based on common sense, intuition, and rules-of-thumb, effective Web site design focusing on the quality of the information it provides has rarely been studied. In this research, we… (More)
Citation analysis, which provides a clear picture of actual use of journals and their articles, is an effective way to determine a journal's influence.
The frequent citations to IS research suggest its role in advancing science.
As data warehousing has evolved to become the technology of choice for developing data infrastructure in virtually every large company and many other medium-and small-sized firms, data warehousing has also received extensive research attentions from both academics and practitioners. Although several previous studies have investigated success factors and… (More)
Although much academic research has been done on various ERP-related issues, little research has focused on the effects of business characteristics and ERP implementation strategies on the outcomes resulted from implementing ERP. Thus, the focus of this study is to explore the effects of business characteristics and ERP implementation approaches on ERP… (More)
External pressures could be a powerful force that drives the institution of higher education to attain information security policy compliance. Drawing on the Neo-Institutional Theory (NIT), this study examined how the three external expectations: regulative, normative, and cognitive expectations, impel the higher education of the United States to reach… (More)
Even though efforts have been made to reduce the informational gap resulting from web inaccessibility, websites from virtually every type of organization have major accessibility problems. This study used an automated software tool to evaluate the accessibility of four Korean government and four U.S. government websites. Results were compared between the… (More)