Differences in Information Technology Systems in Public and Private Sector
Paulus Tangke and
Grace T Pontoh
Information Management and Business Review, 2018, vol. 9, issue 6, 41-44
This study aims to examine differences in information technology acceptance in the public sector and private sector in Indonesia. This study explores previous research on the subject, especially with regard to the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Acceptance of technology according to theory can be influenced by several aspects, such as: behavior, satisfaction, benefits, convenience, social as well as security and privacy. Of the various aspects of this most influential generally considered to differences in acceptance of the technology on "every individual" in the public sector and the private sector there are two namely: aspects of behavior and benefits.
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