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Critical Success Factors for Cloud Computing Adoption in South Africa

  title={Critical Success Factors for Cloud Computing Adoption in South Africa},
  author={Rhyno Adendorff and Hanlie Smuts},
The adoption of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) innovation offer the potential for organizations to enable effectiveness, increase efficiency, and achieve competitive advantage. One such ICT innovation is cloud computing and through its adoption, many benefits may be realized. However, although cloud computing awareness has increased in South Africa, cloud adoption in emerging economies is not prevalent. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to provide insight into the real… Expand
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