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Analysis of Priority of Technical Factors for Enabling Cloud Computing Services

클라우드 컴퓨팅 서비스 활성화를 위한 기술적 측면 특성요인의 중요도 우선순위 분석

  • Kang, Da-Yeon (BK21 PLUS School of Business Administration Kyungpook National University) ;
  • Hwang, Jong-Ho (Dept. of Management Information Systems College of Business Administration Tongmyoung University)
  • 강다연 (경북대학교 경영학부 BK21플러스) ;
  • 황종호 (동명대학교 경영정보학과)
  • Received : 2019.05.14
  • Accepted : 2019.08.20
  • Published : 2019.08.28

Abstract

The advent of the full-fledged Internet of Things era will bring together various types of information through Internet of Things devices, and the vast amount of information collected will be generated as new information by the analysis process. To effectively store this generated information, a flexible and scalable cloud computing system is advantageous. Therefore, the main determinants for effective client system acceptance are viewed as motivator factor (economics, efficiency, etc.) and hindrance factor (transitional costs, security issues, etc.) and the purpose of this study is to determine which detailed factors play a major role in making new system acceptance decisions around harm. The factors required to determine the major priorities are defined as the system acceptance determinants from the technical point of view obtained through the literature review, and the questionnaire is prepared based on the factors derived, and the survey is conducted on the experts concerned. In addition, the AHP analysis aims to achieve a final priority by performing a bifurcation between components for measuring a decision unit. Furthermore, the results of this study will serve as an important basis for making decisions based on acceptance (enabling) of technology.

Keywords

Internet of Things;Cloud computing systems;Motivator factor;Hindrance factor;AHP;Priority

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