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Trends and Challenges in Digital Business Innovation.

By: Morabito, Vincenzo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (221 p.).ISBN: 9783319043074.Subject(s): Information technology -- Management | Management information systems | Technological innovations -- ManagementGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trends and Challenges in Digital Business InnovationDDC classification: 658.406 LOC classification: HD30.2 .M384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Acronyms; Part IDigital Systems Trends; 1 Big Data; Abstract; 1.1…Introduction; 1.1.1 Big Data Drivers and Characteristics; 1.1.2 Management Challenges and Opportunities; 1.2…Case Studies; 1.3…Summary; References; 2 Cloud Computing; Abstract; 2.1…Introduction; 2.1.1 Cloud Computing: Service Models; 2.1.2 Cloud Computing Service Providers; 2.2…Strategic and Managerial Challenges and Opportunities; 2.2.1 Challenges Accompanying Cloud Computing; 2.2.2 Advantages and Risks in Cloud Computing Outsourcing Projects
2.2.3 Managing Changes and Organizational Issues2.3…Deployment Models (Private, Public, Community and Hybrid); 2.4…Guidelines and Recommendations; 2.4.1 Choosing a Cloud Computing Service Provider; 2.4.2 Cloud Computing Project Implementation Life Cycle; Phase 1: Architect; Phase 2: Engage; Phase 3: Operate; Phase 4: Refresh; 2.5…Case Studies; 2.6…Summary; References; 3 Mobile Services; Abstract; 3.1…Introduction; 3.2…Mobile Services Drivers and Challenges; 3.3…Digital Management Solutions; 3.4…Case Studies; 3.5…Summary; References; 4 Social Listening; Abstract; 4.1…Introduction
4.2…Marketing Analysis as Social Listening4.3…Information Growth and Market Opinion; 4.3.1 Text Mining and Conversation's Analysis; 4.3.2 Classification and Analysis Methods and Solutions; 4.3.3 Marketing Intelligence and Risk Analysis; 4.4…Social Listening Challenges; 4.5…Social Sensing; 4.6…Case Studies; 4.7…Summary; References; 5 IT Consumerization; Abstract; 5.1…Introduction; 5.2…Advantages and Risks Associated with IT Consumerization; 5.2.1 Advantages and Opportunities of IT Consumerization; 5.2.2 Challenges and Risks of the Consumerization of IT; 5.3…Steps for IT Consumerization
5.3.1 Step 1: Understand the Powerful Sources and Adopt the User Perspective5.3.2 Step 2: Rethink User Computing---Change Focus from Platform to User; 5.3.3 Step 3: Shorten the Time Frame for New Computing Approach Adoption; 5.3.4 Step 4: Support Employee Owned Devices; 5.4…Business Scenarios for IT Consumerization; 5.4.1 Work from Your Phone; 5.4.2 Bring Your Own Media Tablet; 5.4.3 Bring Your Own Device for Vendors; 5.4.4 The Boardroom; 5.4.5 High-Performance Sales; 5.4.6 Retail Sales; 5.5…Strategies for IT Consumerization; 5.5.1 Going Mobile Strategy; 5.5.2 Modernize the Desktop Strategy
5.5.3 Virtualization Strategy5.5.4 Bring Your Own Device BYOD Strategy; 5.6…Enterprise Drivers Behind the Consumerization of IT; 5.7…Considerations Related to IT Consumerization; 5.8…Social Platforms; 5.9…Case Studies; 5.10…Summary; References; Part IIDigital Management Trends; 6 Digital Work and Collaboration; Abstract; 6.1…Introduction; 6.2…Collaboration Types; 6.3…Cross-Organizational and Cross-Border IS/IT Collaboration; 6.3.1 Communities of Practice; 6.4…Digital Collaboration Systems and Ideas; 6.4.1 Electronic Messaging Systems; 6.4.2 Electronic Meeting Systems
6.4.3 Asynchronous Conferencing Systems
Summary: This book describes the trends in digital innovation that are of most importance for businesses and explores the key challenges. The book is in three parts, the first of which focuses on developments in digital systems. Here, the ever-growing relevance of big data, cloud computing, and mobile services for business is discussed, and detailed consideration is given to the importance of social listening for understanding user behavior and needs and the implications of IT consumerization. In the second part, trends in digital management are examined, with chapters devoted to work practice, digital
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Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Acronyms; Part IDigital Systems Trends; 1 Big Data; Abstract; 1.1…Introduction; 1.1.1 Big Data Drivers and Characteristics; 1.1.2 Management Challenges and Opportunities; 1.2…Case Studies; 1.3…Summary; References; 2 Cloud Computing; Abstract; 2.1…Introduction; 2.1.1 Cloud Computing: Service Models; 2.1.2 Cloud Computing Service Providers; 2.2…Strategic and Managerial Challenges and Opportunities; 2.2.1 Challenges Accompanying Cloud Computing; 2.2.2 Advantages and Risks in Cloud Computing Outsourcing Projects

2.2.3 Managing Changes and Organizational Issues2.3…Deployment Models (Private, Public, Community and Hybrid); 2.4…Guidelines and Recommendations; 2.4.1 Choosing a Cloud Computing Service Provider; 2.4.2 Cloud Computing Project Implementation Life Cycle; Phase 1: Architect; Phase 2: Engage; Phase 3: Operate; Phase 4: Refresh; 2.5…Case Studies; 2.6…Summary; References; 3 Mobile Services; Abstract; 3.1…Introduction; 3.2…Mobile Services Drivers and Challenges; 3.3…Digital Management Solutions; 3.4…Case Studies; 3.5…Summary; References; 4 Social Listening; Abstract; 4.1…Introduction

4.2…Marketing Analysis as Social Listening4.3…Information Growth and Market Opinion; 4.3.1 Text Mining and Conversation's Analysis; 4.3.2 Classification and Analysis Methods and Solutions; 4.3.3 Marketing Intelligence and Risk Analysis; 4.4…Social Listening Challenges; 4.5…Social Sensing; 4.6…Case Studies; 4.7…Summary; References; 5 IT Consumerization; Abstract; 5.1…Introduction; 5.2…Advantages and Risks Associated with IT Consumerization; 5.2.1 Advantages and Opportunities of IT Consumerization; 5.2.2 Challenges and Risks of the Consumerization of IT; 5.3…Steps for IT Consumerization

5.3.1 Step 1: Understand the Powerful Sources and Adopt the User Perspective5.3.2 Step 2: Rethink User Computing---Change Focus from Platform to User; 5.3.3 Step 3: Shorten the Time Frame for New Computing Approach Adoption; 5.3.4 Step 4: Support Employee Owned Devices; 5.4…Business Scenarios for IT Consumerization; 5.4.1 Work from Your Phone; 5.4.2 Bring Your Own Media Tablet; 5.4.3 Bring Your Own Device for Vendors; 5.4.4 The Boardroom; 5.4.5 High-Performance Sales; 5.4.6 Retail Sales; 5.5…Strategies for IT Consumerization; 5.5.1 Going Mobile Strategy; 5.5.2 Modernize the Desktop Strategy

5.5.3 Virtualization Strategy5.5.4 Bring Your Own Device BYOD Strategy; 5.6…Enterprise Drivers Behind the Consumerization of IT; 5.7…Considerations Related to IT Consumerization; 5.8…Social Platforms; 5.9…Case Studies; 5.10…Summary; References; Part IIDigital Management Trends; 6 Digital Work and Collaboration; Abstract; 6.1…Introduction; 6.2…Collaboration Types; 6.3…Cross-Organizational and Cross-Border IS/IT Collaboration; 6.3.1 Communities of Practice; 6.4…Digital Collaboration Systems and Ideas; 6.4.1 Electronic Messaging Systems; 6.4.2 Electronic Meeting Systems

6.4.3 Asynchronous Conferencing Systems

This book describes the trends in digital innovation that are of most importance for businesses and explores the key challenges. The book is in three parts, the first of which focuses on developments in digital systems. Here, the ever-growing relevance of big data, cloud computing, and mobile services for business is discussed, and detailed consideration is given to the importance of social listening for understanding user behavior and needs and the implications of IT consumerization. In the second part, trends in digital management are examined, with chapters devoted to work practice, digital

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Vincenzo Morabito, PhD, is Associate Professor at the Management & Technology Department, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi (Bocconi University), Milan, Italy. He gained his doctorate from the Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi and was a Research Scholar at both the Center for Information System Research, MIT Sloan School of Management (2006) and the Decision and Information Science Department, University of Florida (2005/2006). Dr. Morabito is in charge of the course on Business Organization, Management of Information Systems, and Information Management for the various degree programs of Bocconi University. He has participated in a variety of research projects, many financed by the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research (Ministero dell'Università e della Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica).

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