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Understanding IT management in Higher Education
A meeting of academics concluded that the management of IT resources in education is sub-optimal and under-researched. The extent of IT-related changes indicates a need for strategic management, proper attention to the ...
Managing information and communications technologies in South African education: final project report
(SAICTED Research Team, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2015-06-11)
This was a meta-study. That means that the intention of the study was to review and analyse previous studies, and draw conclusions about the state of research into technologies in education, and specifically into the ...
Investing in information : the information management body of knowledge
This text is a guide to established and current thinking about how to get the best out of information technology and information systems investments. It relies on actual experience as well as research outputs from ...
Understanding stakeholder expectations in higher education
Higher education invests heavily in information technology and information systems, with variable outcomes. Organisations in other sectors, such as engineering, the defence industry, public administration and business, ...
Smartphone owners need security advice. How can we ensure they get it?
(CONF-IRM and AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2016)
Computer users often behave insecurely, and do not take the precautions they ought to. One reads almost daily about people not protecting their devices, not making backups and falling for phishing messages. This impacts ...
The impact of information and communications technology infrastructure and complementary factors on intra-African Trade
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Trade is one of the cornerstones of socio-economic development for Africa. Intra-continental trade stimulates productive capacity and competitiveness in nations through exposing domestic industries to competition. The ...