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The utility of geospatial data and information used in geographic information systems (GIS): An exploratory study into the factors that contribute to geospatial information utility
A simulation study of the Classical Method of expert judgment combination: How many seeds and how many experts?
An assessment of the utility of GIS-based analysis to support the coordination of humanitarian assistance
A framework for sustainable ERP value
Assessing Mobile Learning effectiveness and acceptance
Policy effect: A study of the impact of research & development expenditures on the relationship between Total Factor Productivity and US Gross Domestic Product performance
A synthesized conceptual framework for the design of user interfaces of interactive information products
A mixed methods study of information security technology adoption in banking organizations
Increasing efficacy of emergency departments through systems analysis of enterprise architecture: Mitigating the impact of technological change
The applicability of statistical process control to systems involving people processes and business rhythms
Creating useful integrated data sets to inform public policy
An organizational framework of personal health records for social networks
Medical Differential Diagnosis (MDD) as the architectural framework for a knowledge model: A vulnerability detection and threat identification methodology for cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism
Knowledge management practices in U.S. federal agencies: The catalyst for E-Government transformation
Confirming the Stankosky Knowledge Management Framework
Analysis Of Decision Factors For The Application Of Information Access Controls Within The Organization
Software System Selection based on First-Order Security Risk Assessment
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