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標題: Migrating Enterprise Information Services to the Cloud: A Qualitative Empirical Study
遷移企業資訊服務系統至雲端: 質化實證研究
作者: 邱國銘
Kuo-Ming Chiu
關鍵字: 雲端運算;雲端遷移;舊有應用程式;遷移執行;科技-組織-環境理論;cloud computing;cloud migration;legacy applications;migration execution;technology–organization–environment (TOE) theory
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Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular because it offers valuable benefits, such as on-demand services, resource pooling, rapid elasticity, measured service, etc. However, recent studies indicate that many enterprises still hesitate to adopt cloud services due to various security concerns and implementation obstacles. Particularly, integrating legacy systems into the enterprise cloud service architecture is considered as a major challenge to enterprises in terms of the adoption of and migration to cloud environment. Recently, there is little research devoted to exploring the influences on cloud migration execution. To bridge this gap, our study derived some comprehensive cloud migration execution influences by interview approach, based on the technology–organization–environment (TOE) theory. We found that impact factors in technological organizational, and environmental aspect, and built a casual model. In addition, we also had other findings in the practical migration case. The findings in this research can help enterprises facilitate various cloud migration activities, achieve their goals of migrating applicable legacy applications to the cloud environment, and realize the benefits provided by the cloud computing paradigm.

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