Mobile Services Revisited

An Analysis of ICMB 2006

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    Abstract

    This paper analyzes the 44 papers included in the proceedings of the 5th ICMB conference in Copenhagen 2006. The purpose of the paper was to investigate to what extent the conference fulfilled its objectives which was to compare previous expectations with present realities along the following four areas: (1) business models, (2) the influence of m-business on private and work life, (3) the impact of regulation, and (4) the re-composition of the value network. In the analysis we apply the well-known framework by Lyytinen and Yoo for studying nomadic computing. In addition to this we also classify the papers in relation to type of artifact investigated, application area, and research methodology. The analysis show that the main focus lay on the use and adoption of mobile services – over 60% of the papers address. Few papers address the impact of service on any level of analysis. Business model is a recurring topic in 17 of the papers. There is lack in theorizing of the artifact, e.g. many just study mobile devices, but do not describe what type they study.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationFrederiksberg
    PublisherCenter for Applied ICT (CAICT), CBS
    Number of pages17
    ISBN (Print)9788792524010
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    SeriesCAICT Communications
    Number2009/2

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    Damsgaard, J., & Hedman, J. (2009). Mobile Services Revisited: An Analysis of ICMB 2006. Frederiksberg: Center for Applied ICT (CAICT), CBS. CAICT Communications, No. 2009/2
    Damsgaard, Jan ; Hedman, Jonas. / Mobile Services Revisited : An Analysis of ICMB 2006. Frederiksberg : Center for Applied ICT (CAICT), CBS, 2009. (CAICT Communications; No. 2009/2).
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