Dual Use of Mobile IT and Work-to-Life Conflict in the Context of IT Consumerization

@inproceedings{Kffer2014DualUO,
  title={Dual Use of Mobile IT and Work-to-Life Conflict in the Context of IT Consumerization},
  author={Sebastian K{\"o}ffer and Iris A. Junglas and Cristina Chiperi and Bj{\"o}rn Niehaves},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2014}
}
Using the same technologies for both work and private life is an intensifying phenomenon. Mostly driven by the availability of consumer IT in the marketplace, individuals—more often than not—are tempted to use privately-owned IT rather than enterprise IT in order to get their job done. However, this dual-use of technologies comes at a price. It intensifies the blurring of the boundaries between work and private life—a development in stark contrast to the widely spread desire of employees to… CONTINUE READING

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