Beefing Up End User Development: Legal Protection and Regulatory Compliance

@inproceedings{Kierkegaard2011BeefingUE,
  title={Beefing Up End User Development: Legal Protection and Regulatory Compliance},
  author={Patrick Kierkegaard},
  booktitle={IS-EUD},
  year={2011}
}
The integral nature of IT to business processes means that every organization relies on technology to help manage the workflow, encourage innovation and maintain information flows. Agility has come in the form of end -user development, which allows users who do not have background in programming to develop or modify their own applications. Changes exist when users develop their own systems, creating a potential legal minefield. Many of the legal issues relate to copyright infringement and… 

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