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Sustainable Information Systems: A Knowledge Perspective

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Sustainable Information Systems: A Knowledge Perspective
Abstract. We propose a reorientation of the way the concept of sustainability is dealt with in relation to information systems, positioning the processing of knowledge at the centre of the concept. The concept of Sustainability of Knowledge (SoK), referring to processes that govern knowledge is employed to define Sustainable Information Systems (SIS). Three knowledge aspects are found to be relevant for the design of Sustainable Information Systems: adaptability, offloading and knowledge evaluation. The proposed sustainability approach is translated into requirements needed for SIS, by employing a SOA architecture. Key words: sustainability, knowledge management, adaptation, offloading, knowledge evaluation, stakeholders, SOA
Laura Maruster, Niels R. Faber, Kristian Peters
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CAISE
Authors Laura Maruster, Niels R. Faber, Kristian Peters
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