Mobile Information Systems II

IFIP International Working Conference on Mobile Information Systems, (MOBIS) Leeds, UK, December 6–7, 2005

  • John Krogstie
  • Karlheinz Kautz
  • David Allen

Part of the IFIP — The International Federation for Information Processing book series (IFIPAICT, volume 191)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Shi-Cho Cha, Hung-Wen Tung, Chih-Hao Hsu, Han-Chao Lee, Tse-Ming Tsai, Raymund Lin
    Pages 1-14
  3. Carl-Fredrik Sørensen, Alf Inge Wang, Reidar Conradi
    Pages 15-30
  4. Lars A. Knutsen, Kalle Lyytinen
    Pages 31-46
  5. Reginald Coutts, Pamela Coutts, Kate Alport
    Pages 47-62
  6. Martin Steinert, Stephanie Teufel
    Pages 63-78
  7. Helena Rodrigues, César Ariza, Jason Pascoe
    Pages 79-90
  8. S. Modafferi, B. Benatallah, F. Casati, B. Pernici
    Pages 91-106
  9. Roberto De Virgilio, Riccardo Torlone
    Pages 107-121
  10. Claudio Bettini, Dario Maggiorini, Daniele Riboni
    Pages 123-137
  11. R. Grieco, D. Malandrino, F. Mazzoni, V. Scarano
    Pages 139-146
  12. Bente Skattør
    Pages 147-161
  13. Crystal Fulton
    Pages 163-170
  14. Alf Inge Wang, Carl-Fredrik Sørensen, Steinar Brede, Hege Servold, Sigurd Gimre
    Pages 171-185
  15. Andrés Fortier, Gustavo Rossi, Silvia Gordillo
    Pages 187-201
  16. Alistair Norman, David Allen
    Pages 203-228
  17. Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Carsten Sorensen
    Pages 229-243
  18. Karl Kurbel, Anna Maria Jankowska, Andrzej Dabkowski
    Pages 245-259
  19. Juhani Iivari
    Pages 261-269

About these proceedings

Introduction

Mobility is perhaps the most important market and technological trend within information and communication technology.  With the advent of new mobile infrastructures providing high bandwidth and constant connection to the network from virtually everywhere, the way people use information resources for work and leisure is being radically transformed.

The rapid developments in information technology, particularly communication and collaboration technologies, are substantially changing the landscape of organizational computing. Workers in any business area are becoming increasingly mobile. Workers in more and more areas will be required to act flexibly within the constraints of the business processes of the company (or companies) they are currently working for. At the same time they will often want to use the same information technology to support their private tasks.

Over the last years, a new breed of information systems has appeared to address this emerging situation, referred to as mobile information systems. Specific applications are also being characterized as, among others, m-Commerce, m-Learning, and m-Business.

This book contains the proceedings of the second IFIP TC8 Working Conference on Mobile Information Systems which was held in December 2005 in Leeds, UK and sponsored by the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP). 

Mobile Information Systems II aims to:

·       Clarify differences and similarities between the development of mobile and more traditional information systems.

·        Investigate the organizational impact of mobile information systems.

·        Investigate the 'e to m shift' , for example in m-Commerce relative to e-Commerce.

·        Investigate mobile commerce applications combined with the advantages of mobile communications technologies, the drivers of which have been identified as ubiquity, accessibility, security, convenience, localization, instant connectivity, and    personalization.

·        Evaluate existing and newly developed approaches for the analysis, design, implementation, and evolution of mobile information systems.

·        Investigate technical issues and the constraints they impose on mobile information systems functionalities and design.

Keywords

Content IFIP Innovation Management Monitor Text architecture e-commerce information m-government messaging mobile mobile information systems privacy wireless

Editors and affiliations

  • John Krogstie
    • 1
  • Karlheinz Kautz
    • 2
  • David Allen
    • 3
  1. 1.Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology and SINTEFNorway
  2. 2.Copenhagen Business SchoolDenmark
  3. 3.School of Business AdministrationLeeds UniversityUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-31166-1
  • Copyright Information International Federation for Information Processing 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-0-387-29551-0
  • Online ISBN 978-0-387-31166-1
  • Series Print ISSN 1571-5736
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