Determinant of using clouds based systems with dual factor theory approach
This research is the use of cloud-based regional information management system (IT) by applying existing theories. The purpose of this study is to investigate enablers and inhibitors including the dual factor theory of the use of cloud-based regional management information systems. This research directly empirical tests in Jember Regency, include: IT infrastructure problem variables on the perceived of usefulness, IT infrastructure problem variables on the perceived ease of use, IT infrastructure problem variables on the use of cloud-based regional management information systems, perceived usefulness of cloud-based regional management information systems and perceived ease of use of using regional management information systems cloud based. The sample selection technique in this study uses purposive sampling and data analysis uses multiple regression. The data that has been analyzed using smartPLS version 2. The results show, first the IT infrastructure problems negatively affect the perceived usefulness. Second, IT infrastructure problems negatively affect perceived ease of use. Third, IT infrastructure problems negatively affect the use of cloud-based regional information systems. Fourth, perceived usefulness has a positive effect on the use of cloud-based regional information systems. Fifth, the perceived ease of use for the use of cloud-based regional information systems.
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