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13-16 February 2013
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Selected papers will be fast-tracked to at least two journals:
a. International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking
b. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries
Call for Papers - Closed
Malaysian Conference on Information Systems (MCIS 2013)
13-16 February 2013
Le-Meridien Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Pre and During Conference Meetings - Registration deadline is 7th Feb 2013
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Keynote Speech: Information Systems in Southeast-Asia
Keynote Speaker 1: Datuk Dr. Yee Moh Chai (Deputy Chief Minister / Minister of Resources and Information Technology Development)
Datuk Dr. Yee Moh Chai is the Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah, Malaysia and also the state’s Minister of Resources and Information Technology Development. Datuk Dr. Yee is both a lawyer and medical doctor from his educational background, holding an LLB (Hons) degree from Cardiff University, and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Wales.
A Sabah State Assemblyman since 1999, Datuk Dr. Yee was appointed Minister of Resources and IT Development in 2004. Since his appointment, Datuk Dr. Yee has spearheaded many projects and fought for many IT-related causes for the state of Sabah. Among the on-going programmes since his appointment, is the provision of free ICT courses sponsored by the State Government. This programme has since trained 260,662 Sabahans since its inception in 2005.
Datuk Dr. Yee is also a strong advocate for causes relating to information access and the digital divide. His vocal support for the liberalisation of satellite dish and information access in Sabah highlights his contribution in bridging the digital divide in the state.
Keynote Speaker 2: Prof. Peter Seddon (University of Melbourne)
Peter B. Seddon is a professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne, Australia.
His major research interests are in the areas of evaluating information systems success, packaged enterprise application software, IT management, IT outsourcing, business intelligence, IS research methodology, and accounting information systems.
He was a Senior Editor for MIS Quarterly from 2005-2008, and Program Co-Chair for PACIS 2011. He has a Google-Scholar H-index of 22, and over 1,000 citations to his most cited paper (on DeLone and McLean).
Recent papers include a paper on factors affecting benefits from enterprise systems in MISQ in 2010, a paper on Enterprise Architecture in CAIS in 2011, and a paper on Generalization in IS Research in EJIS in 2012.