Abstract or Introduction
Implementation of computer-based information systems (CBIS) has become increasingly important due to the growing reliance on new technologies by organisations in their operations and service delivery. There has also been realization by individuals and businesses of the inevitability of delivering value-added services without computerized systems. Despite this awareness and the apparent growing readiness to deploy computer-based systems, there still exists a myriad of perennial challenges inhibiting the implementation of these systems. Using insights from previous studies, the paper sums up the legal issues that have been acknowledged by various scholars as major obstacles to the implementation of CBIS in developing countries.
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- Daniel Kinyanjui (Author), 2015, Specific legal issues affecting the implementation of computer-based information systems in the developing countries. A critical review of literature, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/342816