ITECH5402 Cloud-based Enterprise Systems Team | Report

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P a g e|1HARMINDER_KAUR, SAIYESHWANTH,PRANAY30355541,ITECH5402_ASSIGNMENT_1_TEAM _REPORTCLOUD-BASEDENTERPRISESYSTEMS
P a g e|2Table of ContentsArticle1: Cloud-based Cross-System Integration for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (by SigneBalinaa, Dace Baumgartea, Edgars Salnaa)..................................................................................................2Article 2: Conceptualization and Lifecycle of Cloud-based Information (by Rainer Schmidt)......................3Article 3: Outsourcing of Disaggregated Services in Cloud-Based Enterprise Information Systems (byAleksandre Asatiani, Uday Apte, Esko Penttinen, Mikko Rönkkö, Timo Saarinen)......................................4Article 4: Principles and practices for the implementation of Cloud based ERP in SMEs (by Sarvjit SinghBhatia, Vikram Gupta).................................................................................................................................5Article 5: Big Data Hadoop for Cloud-Based Enterprise Collaboration Systems (by Hsiao-Kang Lin andChun-I Chen)................................................................................................................................................6Article 6: Service Support Aware Resource Allocation Policy for Enterprise Cloud-based Systems (by RabiPrasad Padhy, Manas Ranjan Patra)............................................................................................................6Article 7: CloudID: Trustworthy cloud-based and cross-enterprise biometric identification (byMohammad Haghighat, Saman Zonouz, Mohamed Abdel-Mottaleb).........................................................7Article 8: Cloud-based ubiquitous object sharing platform for heterogeneous logistics system integration(by Ming Lia, Peng Lina, Gangyan Xub, George Q. Huanga).........................................................................7Article 9: Cloud-based enterprise resource planning with elastic model–view–controller architecture forInternet realization (by Hsien-YuLeea, Nai-JianWanga)...............................................................................8Article 10: The Classification Model of Affecting the Enterprise Usage on Cloud Computing Based onDecision Tree (by Heyong Wang and Jinjiong Lan)......................................................................................9CASE STUDY: A cloud-based production system for information and service integration: an internet ofthings case study on waste electronics(BY Xi Vincent Wang and Lihui Wang)............................................9References.................................................................................................................................................11
P a g e|3Article1: Cloud-based Cross-System Integration for Smalland Medium-Sized Enterprises (by Signe Balinaa, DaceBaumgartea, Edgars Salnaa)This paper investigates the architecture of different cloud-based solutions forknowledge management to define the possibilities of cross-systemintegrations.The development of enterprises is well studied and described as early as inGreiner defining five phases of enterprise lifecycle in the aspect of growththrough:1.Creativity: followed by a crisis of leadership2.Direction: followed by a crisis of autonomy3.Delegation: followed by a crisis of control4.Coordination: followed by a crisis of red tape5.Collaboration: followed by a crisis of psychological saturation amongemployeesAs Demirkan and Delen suggested that cloud computing can facilitate inter-organizational collaboration in workflows and business processes andMarston and McAfee pointed out that cloud-based applications allowinformation sharing and collaborative work while creating not only inter-organizational but cross-enterprise workflow in a way that different peoplenot only in different locations but also from different enterprises can share asingle workflow process. This partnering agility enables an organization tomodify or adapt its extended enterprise network when it needs access toassets, competencies, or knowledge not currently available in its networks.This paper investigates the integration’s possibilities of cloud-basedknowledge management systems with enterprise’s business process.Cloud-based knowledge management system provides similar architecture ofdesign as it is for knowledge management systems on premises. One of thepositive aspects for the deployment in the cloud is the availability of thesystem for collaboration between enterprises. The proposed solution forknowledge management systems integration is based on the centralizedgateway design, which provides orchestrating of knowledge artefactsbetween different workflows of knowledge management systems. Thus, theinvolvement of employees in the process of coordinating the workflow isdiminished. The recommendations for further research are to investigate thestructure of knowledge artefacts packages and to find ways for providing the
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