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The main goal of modeling and simulation in seaport clusters (and in general) is to research data and information related to behavior of the system based on research of the model, and not by direct insight into the system itself. During the next step of research, after the model is created, it is possible to perform experiments in order to gather more data(More)
ARIS approach to business process modeling provides methodology for process analysis and holistic approach to process design and action workflows. This paper will explore possibilities of usage of ARIS Express 2.4, a product from ARIS modeling software package range, in creation of solid, all-around model of information security management implementation in(More)
Numerous stakeholders are involved in operations of modern Port Community Systems: container terminals, customs, border police, coast guard, government ministry in charge of sea traffic and infrastructure, seaport agents, port authorities etc. Traditionally, all of these entities use separate and heterogeneous business information systems. Integration of(More)
Widespread implementation and ubiquitous beneficial impact of ICT technologies is often praised as a decisive factor demarcating the frontier between “old” (classical), and “new” models of digital economies. However, exact quantitative analysis of such impact on a micro and macro level shows some surprising results. No unique(More)
In this paper, the development of e-business in Croatia in the last decade has been researched, with special emphasis on legislation, organization and state influence, along with the influence of other relevant and potential stakeholders. The influence of Croatian inclusion into the European Union has been analyzed, both before and after the inclusion in(More)
Application of scientific forensic methods in ICT has become a mainstream methodology not only in criminal and civil proceedings, but also in preventive maintenance of various aspects of ICT systems used by corporations, governmental and other institutions. However, despite efforts of solution providers to create forensic hardware, software and procedures(More)
Companies belonging to offshore SMB ICT segment are subjected to various costs arising from several sources like legal compliance, alignment with best practice guidelines and standards, employee education, basic computer and network infrastructure security and cost of SaaS/cloud solutions. Furthermore, such companies usually have very limited financial(More)