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Presenting the un-presentable: how to display data for decision making
A concern with computer systems is how best to present onscreen data. This can be particularly problematic for large quantities of data and in contexts of organisational and managerial decision making. Another concern ...
Access rights as a part of information security in enterprises
(Association of Information Systems, 2008)
This paper highlights the problem with access rights as a part of information security in enterprises with many information systems and their human users. In many organisations, users often write down their user names and ...
Data presentation for agile information systems project decision making
Awareness and use of agile methods has grown rapidly amongst the information systems development (ISD) community in recent years, and have been largely well received. While there are a number of purported benefits, many ...
Effects Of See-Through Interfaces On User Acceptance Of Small-Screen Information Systems
Small-screen devices such as mobile phones are increasingly pervasive. Reduced screen areas compromise the ease-of-use of such devices, and consequently, a concern for system designers becomes the maximization of ...
The Effectiveness of Decision Support Systems on Mobile Devices
This paper reports the results of an experiment as part of a study assessing the impact of decision aid use on performance-based decision-making. We examine the effect of a single- user decision support mechanism for ...
Decisive and Incisive - The Path of DSS
Through this study we explore the literature discussing what management information systems are what decision support systems are in an attempt to clarify the taxonomies available in the literature into a holistic discourse. ...