The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. / Alzadjali, Khalid; Elbanna, Amany.

UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems. 2017.

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The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. / Alzadjali, Khalid; Elbanna, Amany.

UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems. 2017.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Alzadjali, K & Elbanna, A 2017, The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. in UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems.

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Alzadjali, K., & Elbanna, A. (2017). The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. In UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems

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Alzadjali K, Elbanna A. The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. In UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems. 2017

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Alzadjali, Khalid ; Elbanna, Amany. / The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman. UKAIS 2017: The 22nd UK Academy for Information Systems. 2017.

BibTeX

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title = "The Development of Government Information Infrastructure: The case of Government Cloud Computing in Oman",
abstract = "This paper investigates the roles of institutional isomorphic mechanism in Information Infrastructure (II) implementation. It explores a type of cloud computing namely; Infrastructure as a Service in the context of its national government implementation in Oman. The research answers the following research question; how institutional isomorphic mechanisms impact the Cloud Computing Implementation? The findings revealed that institutional isomorphic mechanisms played a major role in the implementation of government Cloud Computing project in Oman and in particular the Coercive and mimetic mechanisms. Practical and theoretical implications of the findings are then discussed. ",
keywords = "cloud computing, Infrastructure as a service, IaaS, institutional theory, Information Infrastructure, isomorphic mechanisms, isomorphism",
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