A Survey of Core Research in Information Systems by Anna Sidorova, Nicholas Evangelopoulos, Russell Torres, Vess PDF

By Anna Sidorova, Nicholas Evangelopoulos, Russell Torres, Vess Johnson

ISBN-10: 1461471575

ISBN-13: 9781461471578

ISBN-10: 1461471583

ISBN-13: 9781461471585

The details structures (IS) self-discipline used to be based at the intersection of machine technology and organizational sciences, and produced a wealthy physique of study on themes starting from database layout and the strategic function of IT to web design and on-line shopper habit. during this e-book, the authors supply an advent to the self-discipline, its improvement, and the constitution of IS examine, at a degree that's acceptable for rising and present IS students. Guided by way of a bibliometric examine of all study articles released in 8 foremost IS learn journals over a 20-year interval, the authors establish and current the head fifty one IS learn issues. for every subject, they supply a quick assessment, time traits, and references to comparable influential examine works. the subjects are geared up into an IS learn framework that incorporates learn at the IT artifact and IS improvement, IT and firms, IT and participants, IT and markets, and IT for teamwork and collaboration.

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Expert Systems: Expert systems are artificial intelligence systems which attempt to solve problems through processes which mimic the reasoning of human experts. Such systems are based on a set of rules, the knowledge base, which are used by the system to arrive at decisions. Expert systems have a long history of research by IS academics. Research streams related to expert systems include new development or expansion of expert system capabilities, knowledge extraction from human experts, and expert system use and guidance for practice.

Four innovation characteristics positively influence its adoption: relative advantage, compatibility, trialability, and observability. A fifth characteristic, complexity, has a negative impact on the rate of adoption. Building on the DOI model, Moore and Benbasat (1991) identified eight factors which affect the rate of IT adoption: relative advantage, compatibility, trialability, visibility, ease of use, result demonstrability, image, and voluntariness. A number of studies examined effects of additional IT-related factors on the IT adoption process.

Often implementation of IS security involves tradeoffs in terms of economic costs and benefits, business opportunities, and productivity. Companies must find a balance between minimizing security infrastructure expenses and providing the maximum amount of protection (Gupta et al. 2006). The value-at-risk approach focusses on estimating the level of risk and making security investment decisions matching the risk exposure and risk profile (Wang et al. 2008). Pursuing business opportunities may be associated with IS security risks, and companies must find a way to addresses such security risks while fully leveraging the new market opportunities.

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