Features the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends. Empirical and theoretical research concerned with all aspects of end user computing including development, utilization, and management are included. Volume two is specifically interested in those studies that show a significant contribution by relating end user computing to end user satisfaction, end user productivity, and strategic and competitive advantage.
Mo Adam Mahmood is a Professor of Information Systems and the Ellis and Susan Mayfield Professor in Business Administration at the University of Texas at El Paso. His research interests include information technology in support of superior organizational strategic and economic performance, group decision support systems, software engineering, and the utilization of information technology for national and international competitiveness. He is currently serving as the Editor-in-Charge of the Journal of End User Computing.
End User Computing Success and Risk Factors; End User Computing Management; End User Computing Satisfaction and Usage; End User Computing Hardware and Software; End User Supports and Training; End Users and Downsizing; Information Centers; End User Computing Productivity; End User Computing Piracy and Copyright; End User Computing Quality Assurance and Management; End User Computing and Strategic/Competitive Advantage; Information Resource Management and End Users; Managing Emerging End User Computing Technologies; End User Computing in Various Management Functions; End User Computing Controls for Security and Privacy