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In spite of continuous organizational efforts and investments, computer abuse shows no sign of decline. According to social control theory (SCT), ‘‘organizational trust’’ can help prevent it by enhancing insiders’ involvement in computer abuse. The aim of our study was to develop a new integrative model for analyzing computer abuse through assessing the(More)
Research on decision support systems (DSS)/executive information systems (EIS) has been primarily concerned with the behavioral aspect of managerial work and has largely ignored the cognitive aspect of decision support. Rather than focusing on the manager’s information need on ‘‘critical success factors’’ and the need for supporting specific decision(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to develop a framework for evaluating business-IT alignment. Specifically, the authors emphasize internal business-IT alignment between business and IS groups, which is a typical setting in recent boundary-less, networked business environments. Design/methodology/approach – Based on the previous studies, a(More)
In spite of many theoretical models, the role of exogenous factors in accepting object-oriented technology has not been satisfactorily demonstrated. By comparing two competing models, our study examined the role and location of exogenous variables in explaining user acceptance of object-oriented technology. Based on the results, we developed a new model(More)
This study evaluates the current state of electronic commerce (EC) research by focusing on its diversity. The authors examined 846 EC articles published in six EC specialty journals, 196 in four major IS journals, and 61 in four major marketing journals over the 10 years from 1996 to 2005. The EC specialty and major IS journals show a trend toward(More)