Digital Infrastructures : The Missing IS Research Agenda

  title={Digital Infrastructures : The Missing IS Research Agenda},
  author={david. tilson and Kalle Lyytinen and Carsten S\orensen},
S the inauguration of information systems research (ISR) two decades ago, the information systems (IS) field’s attention has moved beyond administrative systems and individual tools. Millions of users log onto Facebook, download iPhone applications, and use mobile services to create decentralized work organizations. Understanding these new dynamics will necessitate the field paying attention to digital infrastructures as a category of IT artifacts. A state-of-the-art review of the literature… CONTINUE READING
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