Comparing the impact of Internet of Things and cloud computing on organisational behavior: A survey

Diego A. García-Tadeo, Dattatreya Reddy Peram, K. Suresh Kumar, Luis Vives, Trishu Sharma, Geetha Manoharan

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Cloud computing is about delivery of different computing services involving databases, analytics, software, networking with the use of internet to enhance innovation, incorporate flexibility in resources and broaden profitability. However, Internet of Things (IoT) is an essential system for interrelating computer devices, digital machines, people and others which are offered with unique identifiers where data can be transferred with human involvement and wireless network. 42% of organisations in UK use cloud computing. The problem with cloud computing revolves around security and privacy issues as data is stored by a third party from inside or outside of the organisation leading to broken authentication, compromising of credentials and others. The use of IoT is vulnerable as it provides connectivity to devices, machines and people therefore, it needs to contain more storage that is made from cloud facilities. Survey has been conducted where primary quantitative method has been considered to obtain data from 101 managers of the organisation that has adopted cloud computing and IoT. However, 8 close-ended questions have been asked to 101 managers. Positivism philosophy has been used to make quantifiable observations along with descriptive design and others. The results and discussion will analyse responses of the respondents after conducting statistical analysis. However, research has been revolving around making a comparison between using cloud computing and IoT along with analysing organisational behaviour.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)2281-2285
Número de páginas5
PublicaciónMaterials Today: Proceedings
Volumen51
DOI
EstadoPublicada - ene. 2022
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