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Track_ Cloud Computing and Software as a Service


IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), the consumer through the Internet can improve the computer infrastructure from access to services.

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									Track: Cloud Computing and Software as a Service
The details of this call can be found at:

Call for Papers
Cloud computing is on everybody’s lips and is positioned as a new emerging platform for delivering
information infrastructures and resources as IT services. Customers (enterprises or individuals) can then
provision and deploy these services in a pay-as-you-go fashion and in a convenient way while saving huge
capital investment in their own IT infrastructures. It has evoked a high degree of interest internationally with
many challenges such as security and privacy remaining open. Cloud computing can be divided into three
layers namely: (1) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), (2) Platform as a Service (PaaS) and (3) Software as a
Service (SaaS).

Submissions may relate to any aspect of cloud computing related to enterprise information systems, for

    -      Software as service (SaaS), utility computing, platform as service, shared services, service oriented
           architecture (SOA)
     -     Enterprise Information Systems such as ERP, CRM, SCM, HRM etc. implemented as SaaS
     -     Enterprise cloud computing
     -     Cloud computing, infrastructures, ICT services, scalability, reliability, flexibility
     -     Cloud computing and SaaS case studies (longitudinal, cross-sectional)
     -     Provisioning/pricing/business models for cloud computing and SaaS
     -     Life cycle models and implementation strategies for cloud computing and SaaS
     -     Social computing and impacts on the cloud
     -     Mobile commerce, handheld commerce and e-markets on cloud
     -     Supplier / Service provider perspectives on cloud computing and SaaS
All research genres are equally welcome, including qualitative or quantitative research, case studies, survey
research, and conceptual frameworks. We particularly encourage submissions that challenge or reframe our
taken-for-granted assumptions, perceptions and practices.

Important Dates
Paper Submission: 15/06/2011 (extended)
Submission of camera-ready paper: 01/09/2011
Conference: 16-18/10/2011

Track Chairs
Per Svejvig, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University,
Torben Storgaard, Herbert Nathan & Co.,

        Fifth International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems
           CONFENIS 2011 • Aalborg, Denmark • 16-18 October • 2011 •

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