Applying the Updated Delone and Mclean is Success Model for Enterprise Cloud Computing Readiness

Applying the Updated Delone and Mclean is Success Model for Enterprise Cloud Computing Readiness

Omar Sabri (Management Information System, Al-Isra Private University, Amman, Jordan)
Copyright: © 2016 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/IJCAC.2016040105
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Abstract

One of the most technological trends that enables on demand sharing of resources through Internet is Cloud Computing. It is a collection of hardware, software, storage, and services which are efficiently utilized to enhance business agility through reducing communication and computing costs. Although there are many advantages of cloud computing, organizations concern of the negative outcomes that may result when employing this technology. In this paper the author aims to find some factors to be considered by the organization before employing cloud computing technology. To achieve this goal the author used DeLone and McLean successes model that provides a comprehensive framework for measuring IS success. The model will enable the organization to spot the weakness and strength for each factor and in turn to make suitable decision toward a successful implementation of Cloud Computing.
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