[AISWorld] CFP: PACIS 2014, Chengdu, China - Mobile Technologies and Ubiquitous Services Track

Chee Wei Phang phangcw at fudan.edu.cn
Mon Feb 17 07:15:55 EST 2014




Please consider submitting your paper to *Mobile Technologies and
Ubiquitous Services*
track at Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS
2014) http://www.pacis2014.org <http://www.pacis2014.org> scheduled
to be held in Chengdu, China, June 24th to 28th, 2014.

*Track Co-Chairs *

Chee Wei Phang, Fudan University
Xi Chen, Zhejiang University
Shun Cai, Xiamen University

*Track Description *

The recent  advancements of mobile technologies, especially the
smartphone and high-speed  wireless network, have enabled a plethora of
innovative services that are not  only changing the business landscape,
but also greatly affecting individual  consumers and societies at large.
 To catch up with this rapidly emerging trend,  research is needed to
address issues such as, how can organizations, both  private and public,
 leverage on the unique capabilities of mobile technologies  to serve
their customers? What should consumers do to ensure they can enjoy the
benefits of mobile while at the time not troubled by its associated
issues, e.g., security and privacy intrusion? What are the implications
of mobile  technology development to societies in terms of, e.g., work
arrangement and  public welfare?

We invite research articles that provide insights into all aspects of mobile
technologies with attention paid to issues related to their enabled services
and implications at different levels (individual consumers,
organizations, societies)
and in different contexts (public, private). Articles of conceptual,
or empirical nature, which develop or extend theory and practice, are welcome.

Possible topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

    - Theory of mobile technologies and services
    - Mobile applications and business models
    - Consumer behaviors in the mobile context
    - Mobile social networking services
    - Strategies and policies in exploiting mobile capabilities
    - Mobile targeting and personalization
    - Privacy and security issues of mobile applications
    - Mobile gaming
    - Mobile payment
    - Design issues related to mobile devices and applications
    - Social, political, and legal implications of mobile technologies
and services

A number of high quality journals have agreed to collaborate with
PACIS 2014 by fast tracking
to special issues, including Communications of the Association for
Information Systems,
Information and Management, Journal of the Associations for
Information Systems.
For more details please check http://www.pacis2014.org/journal.php.

Important Dates

   - Submission deadline: 3 March 2014
   - Acceptance notification: 20 April 2014
   - Final version due: 1 May 2014

Best regards,

Chee Wei PHANG, David (彭志伟)

Associate Professor 副教授,
Department of Information Management & Information Systems,
School of Management, Fudan University
E-mail:phangcw at fudan.edu.cn
Tel:086-021-2501 1238
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