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News of Oktober 30, 2018


New Research Article Published in the Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS)


Together with Prof. Dr. Alexander Benlian, Prof. Dr. Bill Kettinger, and Prof. Dr. Till Winkler, Prof. Dr. Ali Sunyaev has published a new research article entitled “The Transformative Value of Cloud Computing: A Decoupling, Platformization, and Recombination Theoretical Framework” in the Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS).

The article introduces the theoretical foundation for understanding the transformative value occasioned by cloud computing, by explaining both the transformative mechanisms of cloud computing (IT value) and its transformative impact on individuals, organizations, societies, and economies. With the presented TICC framework the article also provides directions for future research on cloud computing’s transformational impact.

Abstract:
To guide future research in cloud computing, this JMIS Special Section Introduction presents a framework for research, the Transformative Impact of Cloud Computing (TICC) framework. The TICC framework delineates IT value from transformative value and describes three key mechanisms through which cloud computing capabilities, individually and in combination, generate transformative impacts (hereafter referred to as transformative mechanisms): (1) decoupling, (2) platformization, and (3) recombination of services. We first evaluate how the transformative mechanisms arise from each of the technical layers of cloud computing (i.e., infrastructure resources, components, and applications). Then, we analyze and extrapolate how each of the transformative mechanisms leads to impacts on individuals, organizations, and societies/economies (i.e., hereafter also referred to as the real-world layers). We close by presenting an agenda for future research and mapping the three papers included in this Special Section to the TICC framework.

Read the article online: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07421222.2018.1481634



From the research group Critical Information Infrastructures


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