“Future Directions”: m-government computer systems accessed via cloud computing – advantages and possible implementations

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Daniela LIŢAN;
  • Journal: Theoretical and Applied Economics, volume XXII, issue Special(I), pages 119-126
  • Subject: e-government, m-government, information technologies, cloud computing, mobile cloud computing, Public Administration.

In recent years, the activities of companies and Public Administration had been automated and adapted to the current information system. Therefore, in this paper, I will present and exemplify the benefits of m-government computer systems development and implementation (... View more
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