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Critical Factors Influencing Adoption of Cloud Computing for Government Organizations in Yemen

Purpose - Many countries nowadays look at cloud computing as an opportunity because it holds great advantages for governments. Public sector in Yemen still uses traditional computing. This study tends to explore the factors that would affect cloud computing adoption in government organizations in Yemen. Research design, data and methodology - We used a combination of DOI theory and TOE framework with some changes to suit the context of government organizations. Eight hypotheses were proposed with a questionnaire developed and sent to people in Yemen. 118 responses were collected to assess the hypotheses. Results - Results indicate that Yemen lacks some prerequisites of cloud technology in terms of technological readiness and regulations. The factors: relative advantage, compatibility, security concern, perception of benefits and government support were accepted. Perception of benefits, in particular, is found to affect the decision of adoption. Security concern also showed a direct and indirect influence on cloud adoption in the government. Respondents consider security a key issues of the technology. The factors: complexity, technology readiness and regulatory support were rejected. Conclusions - Based on all analysis results, this study proposed some steps toward adopting cloud computing in Yemen.

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Cloud Computing in Governments

3. Research model and hypotheses

4. Methodology and results

5. Discussion and Conclusion

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