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Geschäftsprozessorientierte Analyse und Bewertung der Potentiale des Nomadic Computing

Nomadic Computing stellt ein neues Paradigma der Computernutzung dar, in welchem der Nutzer von überall und zu jeder Zeit auf Daten, Informationen und Services zugreifen kann. Über diese Vision hinaus stellt sich die Frage der betriebswirtschaftlichen Analyse und Bewertung dieser Technologie. Die Analyse und Bewertung von Nutzenpotentialen des Nomadic Computing ist insbesondere aus dem Grund erforderlich, da eine Einführung neuer Technologien oft technikgetrieben und nicht nachfragegetrieben erfolgt. Interessante Business Cases werden insbesondere im betrieblichen Wertschöpfungsprozess gesehen. Eine Einführung von Nomadic Computing bedeutet zum Teil gravierende Auswirkungen auf die Struktur der Unternehmensprozesse und ist daher einer betriebswirtschaftlichen Analyse zu unterziehen.

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Paper provided by Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Hannover in its series IWI Discussion Paper Series with number 17.

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Length: 33 pages
Date of creation: 14 Dec 2006
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Handle: RePEc:ifw:iwidps:iwidps17
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