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An integrated theoretical framework for cloud computing adoption by universities technology transfer offices (TTOs)

Rohani, Mahsa Baradaran and Che Hussin, Ab. Razak (2015) An integrated theoretical framework for cloud computing adoption by universities technology transfer offices (TTOs). Jourl Of Theoretical And Applied Information Technology, 79 (3). pp. 415-430. ISSN 1992-8645

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Abstract

Cloud Computing (CC) as a new phenomenon technologyhas become a significant term in the world ofinformation systems (IS). Adopting new technologiesand developing new systems as new strategies helporganizations to gain competitive advantage and become more efficient and productive. As cloud-basedsolutions have many advantages for organizations itis valuable for them to understand the determinants ofcloud computing adoption. Organizations including Technology-Transfer-Offices (TTOs) need to improvetheir business methods by adopting CC. Despite theadvantages of Cloud Computing, only a few studieshave examined CC adoption in the IS field and in particular there is no study in the context of TTO. Thispaper aims to fill this gap by analyzing the determinants of CC adoption by Malaysian TTOs. Many factorsinfluence CC adoption. The aim of this paper is toidentify the factors and barriers which influence theadoption of CC by TTOs. To assess the determinantsof CC adoption by TTOs, researcher proposed anintegrated theoretical framework based on two theories of adoption: the Diffusion of Innovations (DOI)theory and Technology-Organization-Environment (TOE).

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Deposited By: Haliza Zainal
Deposited On:04 Dec 2016 12:07
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