Volume 14 Number 1 Year - 2020

Number of articles: 20


Authors: Yousef Alharbi, Fazle Rabbi, Rabee Alqahtani

Abstract: The use of various Internet networks and applications, which provides cost-effective, easy-to-access, and several free and pay service have been the focus of cloud storage systems over the last few years. Throughout technology management and education, the idea of cloud storage has received considerable attention, but we are interested in investigating the purpose of using cloud storage facilities at Malaysian universities. Thus, we identified that perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use social influence, facilitating conditions, and personal innovativeness have an effect on the intention of cloud storage usage. We also developed the hypotheses that these five factors can influence the intention of cloud storage usage. Through an online survey questionnaire, 366 undergraduates with convenience sampling and analyzed using the Social Sciences Application Statistical Suite (SPSS) answer data collection. Our research has shown that social influence does not show a vital role in influencing the intention of scholars to utilise cloud storage, while other influences have been recognized as they influence the intention. The results have consequences for researchers, manufacturers, and educational institutions both theoretically and practically.

Keywords: Cloud Storage Services, Intention to Use, Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), Higher Education

DOI: 10.24874/IJQR14.01-20

Article info: pp. 313-324

Recieved: 21.11.2019  Accepted: 20.01.2020  UDC: 05.311   Downloads: 830

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