Business Information Systems - Journal Articles

Business Information Systems - Journal Articles

 

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  • Walsh, Clara; O'Reilly, Philip; Gleasure, Rob; McAvoy, John; O'Leary, Kevin (Elsevier, 2020-10-03)
    Blockchain technology has received much attention in the media and there is an increasing interest amongst organizations within financial services due to the potential benefits. As blockchain-based systems are a nascent ...
  • McCarthy, Stephen; Fitzgerald, Ciara; Sahm, Laura; Bradley, Colin; Walsh, Elaine K. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2020-09-29)
    Patient-held Health Information Technologies (HIT) can reduce medical error by improving communication between patients and the healthcare team. Despite the proposed benefits, the roll-out of patient-held HIT solutions ...
  • McCarthy, Stephen; Rowan, Wendy; Lynch, Laura; Fitzgerald, Ciara (2020)
    Information Systems (IS) research is often conducted under the assumption that technology use leads to positive outcomes for different stakeholders. However, many IS studies demonstrate limited evidence of having engaged ...
  • Cooney, Alan; Hayes, Jeremy; McAvoy, John; O'Raghallaigh, Paidi (Taylor & Francis Group, 2020-06-19)
    This study explores the factors that hinder IT departments in moving towards a consumption-based operating model (OpEx). The study explores the views of major stakeholders in a large global technology company on the possible ...
  • Wibisono, Arif; Sammon, David; Heavin, Ciara (Taylor & Francis Group, 2020-06-17)
    Workarounds are non-standard processes in organisations to accomplish work-based tasks. They can lead to various data issues, such as data loss, data breach, and data privacy. These data issues are the outcomes of the data ...

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