2023 International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Communication, IoT and Security (ICISCoIS) Intelligent Systems for Communication, IoT and Security (ICISCoIS), 2023 International Conference on. :61-65 Feb, 2023
2016 8th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT) Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT), 2016 8th International Congress on. :251-256 Oct, 2016
Ye, Deheng, Xing, Zhenchang, Foo, Chee Yong, Ang, Zi Qun, Li, Jing, and Kapre, Nachiket
2016 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER) saner Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER), 2016 IEEE 23rd International Conference on. 1:90-101 Mar, 2016
GECONTEC: Revista Internacional de Gestión del Conocimiento y la Tecnología, Vol 2, Iss 2 (2022)
eGovernment, Open Source Software, OpenSAGA, Software Standards, Management. Industrial management, and HD28-70
Governments face a considerable pressure from all directions: budget restrictions, citizens’ expectations, demographical trends, local competition from surrounding areas – to name just a few. EGovernment is regarded as an imminent tool to tackle many of these challenges. Obviously, IT itself is object of increasing complexity, constant change and financial implications. This paper outlines how the federal German government follows a strategic roadmap for eGovernment by shaping the objectives and goals for IT expansion. We discuss the role of open source software and how new approaches for software development can turn the ambitious aims into reality.
Mirna Muñoz, Jezreel Mejía, Adriana Peña, Claude Y. Laporte, and Gloria Piedad Gasca‐Hurtado
IET Software, Vol 15, Iss 6, Pp 412-427 (2021)
ISO standards, IEC standards, DP industry, computer science education, software standards, training, Computer software, and QA76.75-76.765
Abstract Around the world, the importance of Very Small Entities (VSEs), organisations having up to 25 people, has been constantly increasing. Worldwide, VSEs represent over 92% of the software industry. Therefore, two main needs can be highlighted: a) providing VSEs with resources to produce high‐quality software, and b) training software engineering undergraduates in proven practices to produce high‐quality software within the given schedule and budget. A logical way to meet these needs is transfering proven practices provided by software engineering standards. However, transferring the knowledge of software engineering standards is not always an easy task. The ISO/IEC 29110 is a series of international standards and guides that provide codified knowledge related to the software development process. The series was specifically developed to be used by VSEs. This study presents an exploratory analysis, conducted in 12 Mexican VSEs, which implemented the software Basic profile of the ISO/IEC 29110, to identify the pace at which they can adopt this standard to their environment. Besides, the benefits and difficulties encountered are provided. The results can be relevant for other VSEs interested in implementing this standard. Even if the exploratory analysis was performed in the VSEs of Mexico, this analysis can be of interest in other countries. The results obtained can help other VSEs that are interested in the adoption of this international standard to reduce the barriers to a successful implementation.