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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Dec 2009
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Sep 2009
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 2009
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Mar 2009
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A Study on Factors Influencing User's Security Intention for Internet Banking
Kim, Jong-Ki ; Kang, Da-Yeon ; Jeon, Jin-Hwan ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 1~18
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.001
Recently, internet banking is growing rapidly. Moot banks in Korea provide internet banking services. Internet banking becomes a major trend in the financial marketplace. With advanced computer technology and declining communication costs, many customers prefer online alternatives such as internet banking, mobile banking or phone banking rather than going to banks by themselves. The number of customers using those alternatives is skyrocketing and domestic commercial banks encourage them of the use. As the internet is highly developed, customers demand higher quality services and banks develop and provide diverse services in order to respond to them. However, internet banking service users are still afraid of their personal and financial information being exposed on the internet. The purpose of this research is to empirically analyze the influence that appropriate internet banking affect user's security intention. The research model proposed in this study includes user's security intention which is influenced by self-efficacy, security trust, Internet banking attitude, perceived security and security intention. According to the result of this study, self-efficacy and security trust are related to the security attitude. There is a significant relationship between security attitude and perceived security. Also, user's security attitude and perceived security is significantly affected by security intention.
A Study on User Satisfaction in the Mobile Navigation Systems of National Museum of Korea : Focused on Flow Theory
Kim, Hak-Hee ; Lee, Ki-Dong ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 19~34
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.019
The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of the flow concepts to the visitor's satisfaction in the mobile sensor-network navigation system. recently installed in the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. The satisfaction of visitor's on the facilities and services offered by the museum environment is crucial in that it provides a value-added learning experience for the visitor to immerse into the historical descriptions and cultural contents, often presented in digital formats. 200 subjects' data are analyzed using the structural equation model and the key results are presented. It is hoped thai our flow results show a new way of understanding of information technologies applied to the museum setting.
An Analysis of Research Diversity in "The Journal of Information Systems": 2001-2008
Ryu, Young-Tae ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 35~59
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.035
The study of Information Systems(IS) is a relatively new discipline area, thus an analysis of the latest research literature could be useful to identify what the researchers are doing and what can be done to improve our discipline. With that purpose in mind, this study analyzes the total 208 articles published in "The Journal of Information Systems~ between 2001 and 2008. The classification system that comprises three key characteristics of diversity (research topic, research method, and reference discipline) was developed based on a review of prior literature. The results of this study were also compared with Kim et al.(2005)'s and Vessey et al.(2002)'s results to identify issues in current Information Systems research and 10 suggest some recommendations for future In formation Systems research. The findings identify popular research topic:s, the dominant research method, and reference discipline. The popular research topics consists of organizational concepts, problem domain-specific concepts, and systems/software management concepts. Field study was characterized as the dominant research method in the papers included in the study. Information Systems itself represents the major theoretical reference of the studies. However, many papers in this study relied on a number of reference disciplines., none of which was dominant, or they did not rely on a specific reference discipline. Finally, this study suggests more research on the disciplinary issues, more training on the research method, more accurate and specific reference discipline, and controlled diversity.
An Empirical Study on the Effect of ERP Implementations on Organizational Performance in Small and Medium Manufacturing Companies
Hong, Soon-Goo ; Kim, Jong-Weon ; Kim, Na-Rang ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 61~81
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.061
Numerous small and medium-sized manufacturing companies have implemented or plan to introduce ERP for their own survival in the highly competitive global market. Despite of increasing number of companies implementing ERP, there has been few research on evaluation of ERP performance in small and medium manufacturers. Thus, in this paper, the impact of ERP implementation on the organizational performance based on Balanced Score Card is investigated and also critical success factors are discovered. The results of analysis show positive relationships between the ERP implementation and organizational performance. This paper suggests some practical implication on the ERP implementation to the practitioners.
A Study on the Situation and Management Method of Rural Informationization Village(Invils,)
Kim, Young-Kun ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 83~109
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.083
Such factors as the increase of population and me development of information technology were raised the needs of citizens in Korea. To meet these needs for the better services, Korean government has built up the computer networks that connect forty-two administrative operations of the central government since 1984. Through the computerization of administrative services, Korean government has been pursuing the balanced development among the regions in the country. To this end, regional informationization has been implemented since the mid 1980s. Specifically, rural villages has become information network villages (invils) by adopting computers and networks. Consequently, three hundred thirty-seven invils were implemented in the country. By selecting forty-six invils in Kyeongbuk province in Korea, this research was intended to find efficient and effective ways of operating invils. To find the problems and opportunities of the invils, the researcher has visited each of the forty-six invils between January 12th. and February 12th. in 2009. Two-round surveys were distributed to the managers of these forty-six invils. This research identified ten problems as below. a. Problems after the implementation of invils b. Problems occurred at the same rime as the operation of invils c. Problems with regard to the invil managers d. Problems with regard to the criteria of success or failure e. Problems with regard to the cooperation of administrative offices f. Problems with regard to the boosting of invil experience g. Problems with regard to software assurance developed in invils h. Problems with regard to incentives to invlis i. Problems with regard to the role of invils To solve these problems in hands of invils, this research suggested policy ideas in two levels: 1. invils 2. government Policies should be implemented by invils: a. The strengthening of training rural people for the better utilization of computers b. The strengthening of the regulations on membership management and electronic commerce c. The establishment of the invil managers' job tenure d. The reformation of measuring the success or failure of an invil e. The integration of administrative offices centralized by invils f. The establishment of trust between administrative offices and invils g. the integration of experience villages and invil managing offices h. The revitalization of incentives to invils and experience villages i. The enforcement of cooperative offices among invils Policies to be implemented by the government: a. The revitalization of electronic commerce through invils b. The rationalization of selecting invils in an area c. The unification of various offices for rural informationization d. The construction of portal sites for rural areas e. The continuous training of IT leaders in rural areas f. The provision of pays to invil managers based on break-even points g. The transcendentalization toward the second new town movement
The Effects of Web Based Distance Learning upon Learning Achievement: The Moderating Effects of System Interactions
Kim, In-Jai ; Park, Wee-Joan ; Go, Wan-Young ; Lee, Yeon-Jung ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 111~126
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.111
A high-speed Internet has brought a rapid spread of Web Based Distance Learning(WBDL). Even though the WBDL was considered a new methodology to overcome the limitation of a traditional education, it evolves not as alternatives but as strategic augmenting tools for a traditional face-to-face education. The WBDL systems accommodate diverse services such as e-Learning, e-Mentoring, and Blended Learning in order to give satisfactions to learners and increase the learning effectiveness. This study suggested the WBDL system's and learner's characteristics as two major affecting factors, in which two independent variables were respectively selected. A mediating effect of learning motivation between the independent variables and learning achievement was empirically tested. The interactions between the WBDL sysrem and learners were also tested on the view points of the moderating effects between the learning motivation and the learning achievement. The results showed that the mediating effects of learning motivation and the moderating effects of the system interactions were statistically significant.
Understanding the Success Factors of Using Mobile Internet Systems in Logistics/Small Package Express Companies
Park, Sang-Cheol ; Kang, Youn-Jung ; Seo, Young-Wook ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 127~150
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.127
Although many employees in the logistics/small package express companies are using mobile information systems. there is little research on the individual impacts of adopting mobile information systems in the distribution area. Therefore, this study attempts to develop the research model to evaluate individual impacts on using mobile information systems which are frequently utilized in logistics and small package express companies. In order to propose the research model, we attempt to incorporate technology acceptance model and IS success model to evaluate individual impacts on using mobile information systems. To verify the research model, we collected 225 data from staffs who have mobile IT system in distribution and logistics area. We also verified the validity and reliability by using SEM(structural equation modeling). As a results, we found that system use, cognitive judgement and attitude can be the key variables to improve individual impacts by using mobile information system. We further found that perceived usefulness can be ere of the Imp factors to improve the individual impacts. Based on out findings, we can understand that this research model can provide a deeper understanding of individual impacts of mobile information systems.
Strategic Role of ICT for E-Education
Im, Jin-Hyouk ; Yoo, Sang-Jin ;
The Journal of Information Systems, volume 18, issue 2, 2009, Pages 151~161
DOI : 10.5859/KAIS.2009.18.2.151
The daunting challenge thai today's educational organizations face is how to improve academic quality while containing or reducing costs. This paper discusses major changes in the educational environment and ICT-based course improvement efforts; examines some successful cases for course redesign, and proposes an e-education strategy for an educational institution to use ICT strategically in order to achieve both academic quality improvement and cost reduction together.