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Journal Issue
Volume 18 Issue 2, The special issue from ECIME 2014 / Sep 2015  pp93‑210

Editor: Jan Devos

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Towards a Theoretical Foundation of IT Governance … The COBIT 5 case  pp93‑95

Jan Devos, Kevin Van de Ginste

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Towards a Theoretical Foundation of IT Governance … The COBIT 5 case  pp96‑104

Jan Devos, Kevin Van de Ginste

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Benefits, Justification and Implementation Planning of Real‑Time Business Intelligence Systems  pp105‑119

Kiril Dobrev, Mike Hart

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Organizational Learning and ERP Systems in the post‑implementation phase: Where do we Stand? A Literature Review  pp120‑129

Gunilla Myreteg

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Critical Organizational Challenges in Delivering Business Value from IT: In Search of Hybrid IT Value Models  pp130‑146

Nazareth Nicolian, Christine Welch, Martin Read, Martyn Roberts

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Bridging Operational, Strategic and Project Management Information Systems for Tactical Management Information Provision  pp147‑159

Renata Petrevska Nechkoska, Geert Poels, Gjorgji Manceski

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Intelligent Models and Systems in Spatial Marketing Research  pp160‑172

Elena Serova, Mikhail Krichevsky

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Abstract

Abstract: This paper deals with the issues of Russian and international researches in the field of design of sustainable information architecture of management systems in the context of spatial economics. It is theoretical and empirical research in equal measure. Research methodology is methods and procedures of modeling. The main purpose of this paper is consideration the features of application of contemporary intelligent information technologies and systems for spatiotemporal analysis. The paper is dev oted to the study of issues of stability of architecture of spatial information system. Now modern intelligent methods and technologies are essential components for developing management decision process that will enable companies to succeed in a rapidly changing environment. The latest achievements in the field of intelligent technologies in economy and management, including the methods and tools of agent‑based modeling and soft computing are the key factors in improving organizational performance and in creasing its competitiveness. Fuzzy technologies as technologies of artificial intelligence are having a significant influence on information systems (IS) design and analysis. At the same time IS sustainability is now one of the key drivers of business success. Original contribution of the work is based on the applying of intelligent information technologies and modern modeling methods for creating scoring model of IS sustainability. The paper also contains theoretical foundations of information systems architecture and the brief overview of spatial sciences development in Russia.  

 

Keywords: Keywords: spatial economics, sustainability of information systems, soft computing, Fuzzy logic methods, hybrid model, scoring model

 

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Antecedents of Green IT Adoption in South African Higher Education Institutions  pp173‑187

Shaun Thomson, Jean-Paul van Belle

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Digital Archiving, Green IT and Environment. Deleting Data to Manage Critical Effects of the Data Deluge  pp188‑199

Geert-Jan van Bussel, Nikki Smit, John van de Pas

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Privacy Lost ‑ and Found? The information value chain as a model to meet citizens concerns  pp200‑210

John van de Pas, Geert-Jan van Bussel

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