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The survey instrument was developed following procedures recommended by Churchill . Organizations have invested heavily in Enterprise Systems (and related infrastructure), presumab ..." The business value of Enterprise Systems (ES), and in general large software implementations, has been extensively debated in both the popular press and in the academic literature for over three decades.
Organizations have invested heavily in Enterprise Systems (and related infrastructure), presumably expecting positive outcomes to the organization.
Results show that perceived susceptibility, perceived benefits, and self-efficacy are determinants of email related security behavior.
Perceived severity moderates the effects of perceived benefits, general security orientation, cues to action, and self-efficacy on security behavior.
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By analyzing these measurements collectively, it is possible to quantify monthly, annual, and decadal scales of adjustment.
The rationale for the introduction of perceived value in terms of an individual’s direct financial expenses lies in the unique nature of mobile communication device usage.It is thus important to investigate what influences a user to practice computer secu ..." The damage due to computer security incidents is motivating organizations to adopt protective mechanisms.It is thus important to investigate what influences a user to practice computer security.Some studies have reported large productivity improvements and substantial benefits from Enterprise Systems, while others have reported that Enterprise Systems have not had any bottom-line improvements.This paper discusses preliminary findings from a study of evaluating ES success in 27 organizations in Queensland, Australia.