Journal of International Technology and Information Management

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 3, July

A BPM-Systems Architecture That Supports Dynamic and Collaborative Processes
INTRODUCTION Lately, Business Process Management (BPM) and Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs) receive much attention from practitioners and scholars alike. Software vendors use the fuzz and provide new labels on new and existing software products;...
An Excel Planning and Teaching Decision Aid for Bonner's Conceptual Framework
INTRODUCTION In 1999, Bonner prescribed a conceptual framework entitled "Choosing teaching methods based on learning objectives: An integrative framework" to plan and teach accounting. Since then, Barth's (2008) call for using pedagogical conceptual...
An Integrative Conceptual Model of Vietnam as an Emerging Destination for Offshore Outsourcing of Software Development for Finnish Companies
INTRODUCTION Offshore software development has become a rapidly growing practice in the information technology (IT) industry. Rationale for outsourcing varies from financial aspects, renewing management agenda and focusing on core competencies,...
Evaluating the Perceived Impact of Collaborative Exchange and Formalization on Information Security
INTRODUCTION Today, in large part, information security is the implementation of controls and best practices suggested by consultants, standard governing bodies (i.e. National Institute of Standards & Technology) (NIST), International Organization...
Impacts of IT Resources on Business Performance within the Context of Mergers and Acquisitions
INTRODUCTION In growing their business, firms engage in different strategies. While some firms engage in internal growth, others engage in series of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in order to expand their business. Over the last few decades,...
Leadership Characteristics and Team Outcomes in the Development of a Marketing Web Page
INTRODUCTION The Internet is changing how consumers shop. Globally, over 85% of the online population has used the Internet to make a purchase. More than half of these Internet users have made at least one purchase in the past month via the Internet....
Technological-Personal-Environmental (TPE) Framework: A Conceptual Model for Technology Acceptance at the Individual Level
INTRODUCTION In the literature, there are several theories and models proposed for technology acceptance. In general, there are two streams of those theories and models; one is with assumption of rational decision and utility maximization and another...