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Sippe, R. (author)
Big data is a broad term that is related to the collection, storage and analysis of large volumes of data. The term big data is often associated with the popular 3V’s model, which defined that data is growing significantly in the characteristics volume, variety and velocity. In this research we defined big data as: the collection, storage and...
master thesis 2015
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Shinde, S. (author)
The establishment of a start-up firm consists of a chain of activities; technical research, opportunity identification, resource acquisition to name a few. The business model (BM) for a start-up firm is also being developed (intrinsically or explicitly) along with these activities. This development of BM is gradual and continuous. Eventually...
master thesis 2014
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Surdu, A.C. (author)
Social media have become a representative part of people’s lives. Nowadays, companies rely on the information on the web to study customer behavior and offer products that fit the needs of their customers. This situation is also valid for hospitality providers, who structure their holiday packages and offers based on reviews and feedback. The...
master thesis 2014
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Chin, M.F. (author)
The use of next generation mobile internet is increasing in developing countries and provide end-users in developing countries with access to worldwide mobile services. The consequences for operators are declining revenues per user because of the increased use of mobile internet and decreased use of voice and text services. The declining...
master thesis 2014
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Van de Louw, C. (author)
Purpose The purpose of this study has been to develop an IT management framework that can be used by IT management of SMEs and mid-corporates to organize and manage their IT resources. The approach in this research proposes and integral perspective on IT management that integrates all identified disciplines of IT management. Methodology The...
master thesis 2013
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Feij, M.W. (author)
Purpose - Mergers & acquisitions (M&As) have become a common way to rapidly acquire skills, assets and/or market share in today’s business environment. After a deal is signed, integration processes in the post-merger phase often serve to realize the expected benefits from the M&A. Since IT is increasingly intertwined with the way that firms...
master thesis 2013
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Nugroho, R. (author)
Many countries around the world have joined the open data movement. Data is being published for a various number of reasons which include for the public to reuse, to create a more efficient government, and to increase transparency. Recent development in this field is that the data published is expected to be in machine readable format. In...
master thesis 2013
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Kloos, M. (author)
Market pressure for cost-efficiency is forcing, and the implementation of XBRL is enabling, accounting firms to optimize their business processes to become more cost-efficient. While the manufacturing industry has benefited much from available BPM methodology for becoming more agile, leaner, cost-effective and customer-focused, it is still...
master thesis 2012
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Jak, M.C.J. (author)
When designing a Single-Window in which multiple organizations, both governmental and businesses, are involved, security is a key aspect. Nevertheless agreeing on security measures is difficult as organizations might have different security policies, heterogeneous systems design and various levels of ambitions. Principles are heuristics that can...
master thesis 2012
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Yang, X. (author)
From economic perspective, standards provide information (e.g. increasing market transparency and reducing transaction costs), foster compatibility (e.g. positive network externalities and increased competition) and reduce variety (facilitating economies of scale and building a critical mass). There are growing debates about whether using open...
master thesis 2012
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De Vries, J.A. (author)
Cyber-attacks against companies and governments are seeing an increase in complexity and persistence. These more complex attacks are aimed at penetrating corporate and government networks to obtain classified information. Common intrusion detection methods lack in their ability to detect such complex attacks. A framework is proposed to relate...
master thesis 2012
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Van Valkenburg, E.A. (author)
Companies do a lot of mergers and acquisitions as part of their corporate strategy. This has been a trend for some time now. Another important trend is that companies use increasing amounts of IT in their business to accomplish different things. The complexity of integrating IT systems during an M&A is something that is often forgotten when...
master thesis 2011
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Dihal, S.B. (author)
The increasing ubiquity and capabilities of smartphones provide opportunities to combine their processing power, storage, connectivity and sensors into a shared resource pool for end-users and service providers. This is analogous to the concept of cloud computing, in which cloud computing datacenters provide a shared resource pool. Several...
master thesis 2011
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Janssen, M.J. (author)
Introduction Daily approximately 150.000 individual travel movements are conducted by passengers and Schiphol-workers to and from Schiphol. For this they use cars, taxis, busses, shut-tles, trains, motorcycles, scooters and bicycles. As such Schiphol is Holland’s biggest mobility node. Understandably this makes accessibility of vital importance....
master thesis 2011
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