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A Case Study on the Nature of Informal Conversation in an Organization Utilizing Microblogging Technology A Conceptual Model for Measuring Technology Capacity in American Higher Education: An Exploratory Analysis A Cyber Resilience Recovery Model to Combat Zero-Day Malware Attacks A GIS-Based Process Model for Transitional Settlement Site Selection A Measure of Systems Engineering Effectiveness in Government Acquisition of Complex Information Systems: A Bayesian Belief Network-Based Approach A framework of the use of information in software testing A success-oriented framework to enable co-created e-services An Approach to Semantic Interoperability for Improved Capability Exchanges in Federations of Systems An Automated System for Rapid and Secure Device Sanitization Application of a Hidden Bayes Naive Multiclass Classifier in Network Intrusion Detection Building Green: The Adoption Process of LEED- and Energy Star-Rated Office Buildings Concordant Integrative Analysis of Multiple Gene Expression Data Sets Continuity and Change: Structural Realism and International Stability in the Information Age Decision Modeling Framework to Minimize Arrival Delays from Ground Delay Programs Decision-Making by Effective Information Security Managers Detecting targeted malicious email through supervised classification of persistent threat and recipient oriented features Determinants of effective information transfer in international regulatory standards adoption Digitally Enabled Collective Action in the Areas of Limited Statehood Implications of Information and Communication Technology for Collective Action on Hazard Mitigation and Environmental Management in Mathare, Kenya Emergent Network Defense Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Reference Models In Federating Enterprise Architectures Examining Impacts of Organizational Capabilities in Information Security: A Structural Equation Modeling Analysis IT Investment Allocation and Organizational Performance: A Study of Information Technology Investment Portfolios in Federal Government Agencies Implementation Priority of the ITIL framework based on a Process Sequencing Model Implications of national culture on knowledge management: A cross -cultural analysis of Italian and American perceptions Improving Technology Acceptance Modeling For Disadvantaged Communities Using a Systems Engineering Approach Institutions and Self-Governing Social Systems: Linking Reflexivity and Institutional Theories for Cybersecurity and Other Commons Governance Policies 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 Mobile Security: A Systems Engineering Framework for Implementing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Security Through the Combination of Policy Management and Technology Reliability and Capacity Planning in Hybrid Optical Networks Search Practices in the United States Congress Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Instantiation Within a Hard Real-Time, Deterministic Combat System Environment Should Questionnaires of Innovation Acceptance Models Be Questioned? Software System Selection based on First-Order Security Risk Assessment Student Engagement of Traditional-Aged Undergraduates using Portable Internet Devices Systems Engineering Knowledge Asset (SEKA) Management for Higher Performing Engineering Teams: People, Process and Technology toward Effective Knowledge-Workers Technology Entrepreneurship: A Deliberation on Success and Failure in Technology Venturing toward a Grounded Theory of Dystechnia The Impact of Emergent Information and Communication Technology on Peacebuilding The Information Revolution and International Stability: A Multi-Article Exploration of Computing, Cyber, and Incentives for Conflict Three Essays on the Economic Impact of Online Word-of-Mouth in Online Software Market U.S. and NATO Cyber Defense: Bridging the Resource Gap with a Centralized Market Structure