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The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) has dawned as a tool to facilitate the flow of information and allow
information sharing among different business partners. It appears as a response to the inappropriateness of the
traditional systems which become outdated as a result of the change in business...
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Change is more pervasive in the Australian Public Service than ever. Taking the number of vacancy advertisements
as an indication, the more stable periods of 2008 and 2009 were followed by vast expansions in 2010 and 2011, but
suddenly downturned into drastic cuts in 2012 and 2013. Public service middle...
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Built on Xu and Quaddus’s39 model of adoption and continued use of knowledge management systems, this paper
develops a model of Australian consumers’ adoption and use of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record
(PCEHR) system. Factors and variables of the developed model are discussed in...
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To lay the groundwork for understanding the impact of web based support resources use on cancer affected
people and devising plans for taking advantage of rapid development of internet technology for health
purposes we conducted a systematic literature review. Studies published between 1993 and 2014...