Human Centered System Design For Electronic Governance

Author by : Saeed, Saqib
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : As e-government policies and procedures become widely practiced and implemented, it is apparent that the success of technology in e-government hangs on its consistentency with human practices. Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance provides special attention to the most successful practices for implementing e-government technologies. This highly regarded publication highlights the benefits of well designed systems in this field, while investigating the implications of poor practices and designs. This book is beneficial for academics, researchers, government officials, and graduate students interested and involved in design of information systems within the context of e-government.


Design Development And Use Of Secure Electronic Voting Systems

Author by : Zissis, Dimitrios
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 55
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Description : In modern electoral processes, Information and Communication Technologies play a crucial role, whether used in voter registration, ballot casting, or processing of results. Securing these systems is a necessary step in ensuring the fairness of the democratic process. Design, Development, and Use of Secure Electronic Voting Systems analyzes current research on the integration of modern technologies with traditional democratic systems, providing a framework for designing and deploying electronic voting systems in any context or society. Stakeholders, researchers, architects, designers, and scholars interested in the use of electronic systems in government processes will use this book to gain a broader understanding of some of the latest advances in this emerging field.


Advancing Medical Practice Through Technology Applications For Healthcare Delivery Management And Quality

Author by : Rodrigues, Joel J.P.C.
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 52
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Description : Medical practitioners are continuing to advance their knowledge of the latest technologies in order to keep up with the opportunities for faster and more reliable treatments for patients. Advancing Medical Practice through Technology: Applications for Healthcare Delivery, Management, and Quality focuses on the latest medical practices through the utilization of technologies and innovative concepts. This book is an essential reference source for researchers, academics, and industry professionals interested in the latest advancements in the healthcare, biomedicine, and medical communications fields.


Financial Cryptography And Data Security

Author by : Andrea Bracciali
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of two workshops held at the 23rd International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security, FC 2019, in St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis, in February 2019.The 20 full papers and 4 short papers presented in this book were carefully reviewed and selected from 34 submissions.The papers feature the outcome of the 4th Workshop on Advances in Secure Electronic Voting, VOTING 2019 and the Third Workshop on Trusted Smart Contracts, WTSC 2019. VOTING covered topics like election auditing, voting system efficiency, voting system usability, and new technical designs for cryptographic protocols for voting systems.WTSC focuses on smart contracts, i.e., self-enforcing agreements in the form of executable programs, and other decentralized applications that are deployed to and run on top of (specialized) blockchains.


User Centric E Government

Author by : Saqib Saeed
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book provides user studies and theories related to user-centered technology design processes for e-government projects. The book mainly discusses inherent issues of technology design implications, user experiences, and guidelines for technology appropriation. Ethnographic studies focusing on real life examples will enable readers to understand the problems in an effective way. Furthermore, the theories and results will help researchers and practitioners to handle these challenges in an efficient way. E-Government is about harnessing the information revolution to improve the efficiency of government processes and the lives of citizens. It aims at a citizen centered approach to governance through effective use of the Internet and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). E-Government promotes transparency and effectiveness of a government’s processes as well as citizens’ participation (e-participation) in the affairs of the government. Whereas E-government projects are huge undertakings for government departments, a user-centric approach requires citizens’ participation in the design and delivery of e government services. In both these respects, there are huge challenges and governments require long term commitment as well as correct planning and availability of financial resources to address them. System design for e-governmental applications is inherently a complex process. In successful e-government projects, appropriately designed technology infrastructure plays a pivotal rule. The technology appropriation process requires that e-government technologies should be in line with the work practices of end users, so that successful usage of these technologies can be realized. E-governmental systems which fail to take into account such human factors result in failure and wasting huge amounts of public money as well as a loss of confidence of the public in such technological infrastructures. It is highly important that citizens are enabled to have access to the appropriate information technology, have knowledge and skills to use the available technology, and have the positive commitment to affect the governments’ strategies. So, enabling citizens to effectively participate is much more difficult. This book addresses these inherent challenges and available opportunities with respect to user-centric e-government.


Handbook Of Research On Icts For Human Centered Healthcare And Social Care Services

Author by : Cruz-Cunha, Maria Manuela
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 76
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Description : In addition to creating the opportunity for collaboration, transformation, and innovation in the healthcare industry, technology plays an essential role in the development of human well-being and psychological growth. Handbook of Research on ICTs for Human-Centered Healthcare and Social Services is a comprehensive collection of relevant research on technology and its developments of ICTs in healthcare and social services. This book focuses on the emerging trends in the social and healthcare sectors such as social networks, security of ICTs, and advisory services, beneficial to researchers, scholars, students, and practitioners to further their interest in technological advancements.


Integrating E Business Models For Government Solutions Citizen Centric Service Oriented Methodologies And Processes

Author by : Chhabra, Susheel
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 91
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Description : "The objective of this book is to examine issues and promote research initiatives in the area of effectiveness in e-government by suggesting integrated e-business models for government solutions, through citizen-centric service oriented methodologies and processes"--Provided by publisher.


User Centered Design Of Online Learning Communities

Author by : Panayiotis Zaphiris
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 95
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File Size : 40,7 Mb
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Description : "This book is anchored in the concept that information technology empowers and enhances learners' capabilities adopting a learning summit on using the machine for the augmentation of human intellect for productivity, improvement, and innovation at individ


Knowledge Management

Author by : Igor Hawryszkiewycz
Languange : en
Publisher by : Palgrave Macmillan
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Description : Demonstrates how knowledge management can be used to enhance business processes. It focuses on the need to develop collaborative knowledge networks, which are increasingly global in nature and which support people with the technology needed to work across distance to foster the innovation needed to remain competitive in global environments.


Systems Thinking For Management Consultants

Author by : Rajneesh Chowdhury
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book discusses how systems thinking and approaches can aid management consultants in navigating the complexities of client advisory in current realities. It thereby brings to the forefront aspects of holism, flexibility and responsibility - the keys to success in today’s world. Management consultants are called in to offer an independent expert view of an organisation/ a situation and are expected to address some of the most pressing problems businesses face. The client does not exist in a silo, but in a complex environment that lies at the intersection of a range of internal and external factors that are often unseen and unpredictable. The organisation itself presents an alien territory that the consultant is expected to acclimatise to within a very short period of time, and come up with solutions that “insiders” would not have been able to visualise. The book presents a range of ideas, concepts and reference cases that are relevant and topical for consultants in their daily work. It argues that systems thinking allows holism and flexibility in management consulting – while holism is about the ability to encompass the environmental and organisational complexity, flexibility is about the ability to think creatively and adopt different approaches to accommodate this complexity. With commentaries, case studies, conceptual models and perspectives that cut across multiple industries, sectors and countries, this book is a valuable resource for academics and professionals alike. The book’s inner pages and its page on Springer.com contain additional comments providing perspectives of clients, industry experts and academia.