2008
May 25-26, 2008
Dubai, UAE
   
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Authors (2008). Title of Paper,
CD-ROM/Online Proceedings of the European and Mediterranean
Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS) 2008, 25-26 May,
Al Bostan Rotana, Dubai, UAE
Editors: Prof Zahir Irani, Associate Professor Sofiane Sahraoui, Dr Ahmad Ghoneim, Professor John Sharp, Dr Sevgi Ozkan, Dr Maged Ali, Dr Sarmad Alshawi
ISBN: 978-1-902316-58-1

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Tracks & Papers


Track: Organizational Issues in Technology Management

[C2] EXPLORING THE DESIGN OF AN IT GOVERNANCE MINIMUM BASELINE IN THE BELGIAN FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR
Steven De Haes and Wim Van Grembergen (Belgium) [link]

[C44] THE I-FIT MODEL: DEVELOPING A TOOL TO DETECT POTENTIAL ALIGNMENT PROBLEMS
Koen Milis, Alea Fairchild, Martin Smits, Piet Ribbers (Belgium and Netherlands) [link]

[C63] THE MODERATING ROLE OF BPR AND TQM ON ICT BUSINESS VALUE
Euripidis Loukis, Konstantinos Pazalos, Stelios Georgiou (Greece) [link]

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Track: E-Government and IT in Public Sector

[C12] THE DIGITAL DIVIDE: INVESTIGATING THE MYSTERY ON THE ISLAND. EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE DIGITAL DIVIDE ON THE ISLE OF MAN
George Ryder (UK) [link]

[C4] OVERCOMING RESTRICTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN POLICE CALL CENTRES: A HUMAN AGENCY PERSPECTIVE
Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Gabriella Spinelli, Bhavna Sharma (UK)  [link]

[C78] A NOMOLOGICAL NETWORK OF E-GOVERNMENT EVALUATION
Sofiane Sahraoui (UAE), Zahir Irani (UK)  [link]

[C45] INTELLIGENT MONEY LAUNDERING MONITORING AND DETECTING SYSTEM
Yingfeng Wang, Huaiqing Wang(Hong Kong), Shijia Gao, Dongming Xu (Australia)  [link]

[C11] DEVELOPING A QUALITY ASSURANCE MODEL FOR SMALL MILITARY INSTITUTIONS
Yousif Bahzad, Zahir Irani (UK)  [link]

[C70] ADOPTION OF WIRELESS INTERNET PARKS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN QATAR 
Shafi Al-Shafi, Vishanth Weerakkody (UK)  [link]

[C58] MAPPING FACTORS INFLUENCING EAI ADOPTION IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES ON DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE ADOPTION LIFECYCLE
Muhammad Kamal, Marinos Themistocleous, Tony Elliman (UK)  [link]

[C76] CUSTOMER DEVELOPMENT: A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE AND A CASE ILLUSTRATION IN E-GOVERNMENT
Abdelkader Daghfous, Frank Campa, Alaa Hamade (UAE)  [link]

[C86] TRANSPORT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN TURKEY
Ömür Y.Saatçıoğlu, D.Ali Deveci, A.Güldem Cerit (Turkey)  [link]

[C3] THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATION ON INFLUENCING CIVIL SERVANTS TO ACCEPT E-GOVERNMENT CHANGE
Syamimi Lim (UK)  [link]

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Track: Human Issues in Technology Management

[C16] EXPLORING UAE WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE WITH IT
Maha Shakir, Kathy Shen, Shahper Vodanovich, Cathy Urquhart (UAE) [link]

[C68] AGE RELATED COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS AND ASSISTIVE WEB-BASE TECHNOLOGY
Senaka Fernando, Arthur Money, Lorna Lines, Tony Elliman, Kjell Tore Guttormsen(UK) [link]

[C6] MONITORING RISK AND TRUST BEYOND THE INITIAL DEVELOPMENT IN B2C E-COMMERCE
Vivienne Farrell [link]

[C59] TRAINING SENIOR EMPLOYEES FOR ICT SKILLS ENHANCEMENT THROUGH “REFOCUS”: THE EUROPEAN PROJECT
Marinos Themistocleous, Alan Edwin Serrano-Rico, Muhammad Kamal (UK) [link]

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Track: Information Systems Evaluation

 

[C6] sustainability - A new dimension in information systems evaluation

 Wojciech Piotrowicz, Richard Cuthbertson (UK) [link]

[C10] KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR IS/IT INDIRECT HUMAN COSTS IN THE SERVICE SECTOR
Souad Mohamed (UK), Matthew Guah (Netherlands) [link]

[C20] INFORMATION SYSTEMS EVALUATION IN CONTEXT– IMPACT OF THE CORPORATE LEVEL
Wojciech Piotrowicz, Zahir Irani (UK) [link]

[C92] IT INDIRECT COSTS: FACTORS INFLUENCING THE IDENTIFICATION PROCESS
Ahmad Ghoneim (UK) [link]

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Track: Social and Cultural Issues in Information Systems

[C75] THE ADOPTION OF MOBILE COMMERCE IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tariq Bhatti (UAE) [link]

[C87] AUSTRIAN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS’ IDIOSYNCRASIES AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SYSTEM
Joachim Heinzl ( Austria), Ah-Lian Kor, Graham Orange ( UK) Hans Rüdiger Kaufmann (Cyprus) [link]

[C80] DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD: IMPACT ON OPERATIONS
Linda C. Angell (UAE) [link]

[C85] A SITUATED CULTURAL APPROACH FOR CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES IN IS
Maged Ali, Laurence Brooks (UK) [link]

[C8] UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECT OF CHANGE: A SOCIAL CAPITAL PERSPECTIVE
Tally Hatzakis (UK) [link]

[C38] RECOMMENDATIONS FOR E-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: A CASE STUDY OF IRAN
Payam Hanafizadeh, Mohsen Khodabakhshi, Mohammad Reza Hanafizadeh (Iran) [link]

[C42] AN ANALYSIS OF THE MAJOR ISSUES FOR SUCCESSFUL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN THE ARAB COUNTRIES
Kahlid Al-Mabrouk, Jeffrey Soar(Australia), Zahirul Hoque (UAE)  [link]

[C56] TRUST OR DISTRUST IN WEB MEDIATED INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT: A PERSPECTIVE OF ONLINE MUSLIM USERS
Emma Nuraihan Mior Ibrahim, Nor Laila Md. Noor, Shafie Mehad (Malaysia) [link]

[C65] NATIONAL CULTURE AND ADOPTION OF MOBILE COMMERCE: AN OVERVIEW
Nasrin Rahmati (Australia)  [link]

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Track: Technical Issues in Technology Management

[C28] A FRAMEWORK TOWARDS A MULTI-MODAL FINGERPRINTING SCHEME FOR MULTIMEDIA ASSETS
Atta Badii, Daniel Thiemert (UK) [link]

[C39] THE NEXT GENERATION GRID: AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR GLOBAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS
Soha Maad, Brian Coghlan (Ireland) [link]

[C66] DESIGNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS IN CONTEXT: INSIGHTS FROM THE THEORY OF DEFERRED ACTION
Nandish V. Patel, Ray Hackney (UK) [link]

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Track: IT in Higher Education and E-Learning

[C23] INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING: DESIGN PERSPECTIVE
Khaled Sabry (UAE), Sarmad AlShawi (UK) [link]

[C37] EFFECTIVE E-LEARNING INTEGRATION WITH TRADITIONAL LEARNING IN A BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Shafqat Hameed, Atta Badii, Andrea J Cullen (UK) [link]

[C91] EVALUATING LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: HEXAGONAL E-LEARNING ASSESSMENT MODEL (HELAM)
Sevgi Ozkan, Refika Koseler, Nazife Baykal (UK and Turkey) [link]

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Track: Business Modelling and Simulation

[C22] WHICH IS MORE APPROPRIATE : A MULTI-PERSPECTIVE COMPARISION BETWEEN SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION
Kirandeep Chahal, Tillal Eldabi (UK) [link]

[C31] ENHANCING BUSINESS ENGINEERING WITH
REFERENCE MODELING
Peter Fettke, Peter Loos (Germany) [link]

[C61] TOWARDS A STRUCTURED METHODOLOGY FOR EVENT-BASED ENTERPRISE FUNCTIONALITY MODELLING
Nancy Alexopoulou, Mara Nikolaidou, Vasiliki Mantzana, Panagiotis Kanellis, Drakoulis Martakos (Greece) [link]

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Track: Customer Relationship Management

[C19] CRM SUCCESS FACTORS TAXONOMY
Mohammad Almotairi (UK) [link]

[C69] PERCEPTION OF BARRIERS TO THE ADOPTION OF CRM IN THE BANKING SECTOR IN OMAN
Salim Hilal Al-Mamari, Miguel Baptista Nunes (UK) [link]

[C49] CRM TECHNOLOGY AND BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIERS
Peter E. D. Love (Australia), Hosein Gharavi (UAE), Vivek Merchant (Australia) [link]

[C82] A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR GLOBAL MULTI-CHANNEL CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT
Maged Ali, Laurence Brooks, Sarmad Alshawi (UK) [link]

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Track: Knowledge Management

[C7] DELIVERING KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELD: A TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE PROVISION AND MAINTENANCE CASE
Habin Lee, John Shepherdson, Simon ase (UK) [link]

[C13] INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: LINKS TOWARDS THE ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
Chokri Zanzouri, Jean-Jacques Pluchart, Jean-Paul Bernard (France) [link]

[C32] INFORMATION, KNOWLEDGE AND THE CONTEXT OF INTERACTION
Amir M. Sharif (UK) [link]

[74] KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: USING A KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FRAMEWORK TO ENHANCE UK HEALTH SECTOR SUPPLY CHAINS
W. Al-Karaghouli, P. Taylor and S. AlShawi (UK) [link]

[C88] EPISTEMOLOGY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON THE ORGANISATIONAL INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Ah-Lian Kor, Graham Orange (UK) [link]

[C89] VALIDITY OF ACCOUNTING MODELS IN THE KNOWLEDGE ERA
Ebrahim Mansour, Ahmed A. Mohammad, Farouk Missi (Jordan) [link]

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Track: Web Services and E-Commerce

[C17] THE INTERNET IS THE PLACE TO BE, BUT WHERE IS LEGAL JURISDICTION: A UNITED STATES PERSPECTIVE
Burke T. Ward, Janice C. Sipior (USA) [link]

[C18] A BUSINESS ONTOLOGY FOR SUPPORTING CROSS BORDER COOPERATION BETWEEN EUROPEAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
Alessandro D’Atri, Antonio De Nicola, Oleg Missikoff (Italy) [link]

[C43] TOWARDS SOA, WEB2.0 AND INTELLIGENT AGENT-BASED VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS
Ioannis Ignatiadis, Adomas Svirskas, Jiří Vokřínek, Jonathan Briggs (UK) [link]

[C50] ON THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN REGULATORY RIGIDITY AND THE STRATEGIC DIFFERENTIATION: A CROSS-SECTOR CRITICAL REALIST ANALYSIS
Hosein Gharavi ( UAE), Peter E. D. Love (Australia) [link]

[C73] TRUST MODELING FOR SECURE WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
Mahmood Doroodchi (USA), Mohammad B. Sharifnia, Aside Iranmehr (Iran) [link]

[C77] APPLYING A MODEL OF THE DYNAMICS OF PURCHASING FROM VIRTUAL STORES TO UAE
Reza Barkhi (UAE) [link]

[C79] TOWARDS DESIGNING A SUSTAINABLE IS-ENABLED SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM
Marwan Elnaghi, Sarmad Al- Shawi, M. May Seitanidi (UK) [link]

[C81] EXPLORING INFORMATION LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT IN THE NIGERIAN FINANCIAL SECTOR: A CASE STUDY
Eniola B. Fadare, W. Al-Karaghouli (UK) [link]

[C83] SIMULATION DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW VALUATION FOR ONLINE COMPANIES
Maged Ali, Ramzi El-Haddadah, Tillal Eldabi, Ebrahim Mansour (UK) [link]

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Track: Strategic Information Systems

[C54] THE MATURITY OF OFFSHORE IT OUTSOURCING LOCATION READINESS AND ATTRACTIVENESS

Olayele Adelakun (USA) [link]

[C90] CONDUCTING OF THE LINKAGE BETWEEN INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY (ISS) AND OPERATION STRATEGY IN THE CASE OF ‘X’ AIRLINES IN ARABIC GULF COUNTRY
Abdullah Basahel, Zahir Irani (UK) [link]

[C33] DISTRIBUTED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IN A FINANCIAL SERVICES ORGANISATION
Amir M. Sharif, Zahir Irani (UK) [link]

[C62] THE BUSINESS VALUE OF IT SEEING THE FOREST THROUGH THE TREES
A.J. Gilbert Silvius (Netherlands) [link]

[C5] A PROPOSAL FOR A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ONTOLOGY
Camponovo Giovanni (Switzerland) [link]

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Track: IT in Healthcare

[C1] THE EFFECTS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MEDICAL UNITS: THE CASE OF OPERATING ROOMS
Elad Harison, Egon Berghout (Netherlands) [link]

[C48] SIMULATING INFORMATION EXCHANGES IN ORDER TO INVESTIGATE THE UTILITY OF PUBLIC HEALTH WEBSITES
Kholoud Alkyid, Helen Hasan, Joseph Meloche (Australia) [link]

[C67] POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF SIMULATION MODELLING TECHNIQUES IN HEALTHCARE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM AEROSPACE & MILITARY
Aisha Naseer, Tillal Eldabi, Mohsen Jahangirian, Lampros Stergioulas (UK) [link]

[C9] PUBLIC PERCEPTION ON E-HEALTH SERVICES: IMPLICATIONS OF PRELIMARY FINDINGS OF KFMMC FOR MILITARY HOSPITALS IN KSA
Mustafa H. Qurban, Richmond D. Austria (KSA) [link]

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Track: Enterprise Systems

[C71] IDENTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT OF RISKS TO SUCCESSFUL EXPLOITATION OF ERP SYSTEMS IN CHINA
Guo Chao Peng, Miguel Baptista Nunes (UK) [link]

[C72] A FRAMEWORK FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ERP TO IMPROVE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY
Almahdi M. S. Ibrahim, John. M. Sharp, Aris. A. Syntetos (UK) [link]

[C51] ENTERPRISE SYSTEM’S CHARACTERISTICS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES CONTEXT – A CASE STUDY
Ravi Seethamraju (Australia) [link]

[C64] CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS IN ERP IMPLEMENTATION: A REVIEW
Khaled Al-Fawaz, Zahran Al-Salti, Tillal Eldabi (UK) [link]

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Track: IT Collaboration and Data Management

[C40] IMPACTS OF TEAM VIRTUALITY ON PERFORMANCE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
Nabila Jawadi, Michel Kalika (France) [link]

[C55] TASK-RELATED INFORMATION SHARING IN GROUP SUPPORT SYSTEMS (GSS)
Vichita Vathanophas, Kingkarn Suensilpong, Tullawat Pacharapha (Thailand) [link]

[C24] ANALYSIS OF THE DOMINANT ENTERPRISE INFORMATION ASSURANCE MECHANISMS
Shafqat Hameed, Craig Hawker, Atta Badii (UK) [link]

[C46] COMPETING THROUGH SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS INTEGRATION CAPABILITIES: AN EXTENSION OF THE RESOURCE-BASED VIEW
Cheng-Kiang Farn, Yi-Wen Fan, Chun-Der Chen (Taiwan) [link]

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Not Presented Papers


[C29]
DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF INTELLIGENT DATA CLASSIFIER BASED INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM
Atta Badii, Dhaval Patel and Harry Bragg [link]

[C35] EFFICIENT FPGA-BASED REGULAR EXPRESSION PATTERN MATCHING
Atta Badii [link]

[C36] DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF BROADBAND LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER (LNA) FOR RADIOMETER
Umar F. Khan; Shafqat Hameed; Atta Badii [link]

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Submission
Schedule
January 25, 2008 (Closed)
Submission Deadline
March 3, 2008 (Done)
Notification of Acceptance
April 6, 2008 (Closed)
Camera Ready Submission
April 21, 2008 (Closed)
Late Breaking Papers Submission
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