Always-On Enterprise Information Systems for Business Continuance: Technologies for Reliable and Scalable Operations: Technologies for Reliable and Scalable Operations

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Bajgoric, Nijaz
IGI Global, Aug 31, 2009 - Computers - 344 pages
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In order to stay competitive, modern businesses need to adopt an enterprise information system or an integrated IT platform that operates on an “always-on” basis in order to remain resilient, continuous, operational, adaptive, and responsive in this increasingly competitive and changing business environment.

Always-On Enterprise Information Systems for Business Continuance: Technologies for Reliable and Scalable Operations provides an in-depth and scientifically-based analysis of “always-on” enterprise information systems. Valuable to academicians, researchers, and practitioners, this advanced publication identifies methodological frameworks for designing and developing efficient systems and effective strategies for “always-on” implementation.


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Chapter 1 IT Governance and IT Risk Management Principles and Methods for Supporting AlwaysOn Enterprise Information Systems
Chapter 2 Risks Evaluation and IT Audit Aspects of Business Intelligence Solutions
Chapter 3 Collaborative Systems for Decision Making for Disaster Preparedness and Response
Designing and Building Enterprise Information Systems
Chapter 5 Optimization of Enterprise Information System through a User Involvement Framework in Learning Organizations
Chapter 6 AlwaysOn Enterprise Information Systems with Service Oriented Architecture and Load Balancing
Chapter 7 Challenges of Data Management in AlwaysOn Enterprise Information Systems
Chapter 8 Continuous Database Availability
Restructuring Relationships Chains and Networks
Chapter 13 Sustaining the Green Information Technology Movement
Chapter 14 Swift Trust and SelfOrganizing Virtual Communities
Chapter 15 Authority and Its Implementation in Enterprise Information Systems
Chapter 16 A Procedure Model for a SOA BasedIntegration of Enterprise Systems
Chapter 17 An Adaptive ECommerce Architecture for Enterprise Information Exchange
About the Contributors

The Case of Croatia
A Conceptual Framework
Chapter 11 The Business Knowledge and Information Policy Model

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Nijaz Bajgoric (PhD) is an associate professor of Business Computing and Information Technology Management in the School of Economics and Business at the University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). He has a PhD from the University of Sarajevo and currently teaches and conducts research in information technology, business computing, information technology management and operating systems. He has published papers in the following peer-reviewed journals: International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, Kybernetes, Information Management and Computer Security, Information Systems Management, Industrial Management and Data Systems, International Journal of Production Research, European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Agile Management Systems, Journal of Concurrent Engineering, International Journal of Agile Manufacturing and has authored and co-authored chapters in the edited books published by: Elsevier Science, Kluwer Academic Publishers, CRC Press, and Auerbach Publications. His current areas of research include continuous computing technologies, business continuity, enterprise information systems, and information technology management. [Editor]

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