Essays about: "e-Governance"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 14 essays containing the word e-Governance.

  1. 1. Facing the digital divide in E-stonia: A field study on the inclusion of senior citizens in the digital society of Estonia

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för strategisk kommunikation

    Author : Karolina Boyoli; [2022]
    Keywords : Estonia; e-Government; e-Governance; digital literacy; digital exclusion; digital inclusion; digitalization; senior citizens; strategic communication.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : With the vast processes of digitalization and digitization taking place in many countries in the world, the small northeastern European country Estonia has managed to make incredible advancements in the field of technology and in creating a digital society. Today, the most digitized country and government in the world provides a vast majority of governmental services online, presents the most unicorns per capita in the world and is establishing digital embassies. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Role of Management Information Systems in Enhancing E-governance Interoperability in Nigeria. : A case of Galaxybackbone

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för informatik (IK)

    Author : Omotayo Taiwo Fashina; [2021]
    Keywords : Information Systems; Management Information systems; Information communication Technology; Resources; Interoperability; Qualitative research; Resource-based Theory.;

    Abstract : Informatics is a deep area of science with having information system as well as technology, and in recent times, Information technology organizations cannot exist without a functioning information system. It facilitates and promote the information flow within an organization, at all levels, particularly it allows set of data to reach the right persons, in the right format, and at the right time, generating a positive and beneficial contribution to the organization. READ MORE

  3. 3. Web site security maturity of the European Union and its member states : A survey study on the compliance with best practices of DNSSEC, HSTS, HTTPS, TLS-version, and certificate validation types

    University essay from Högskolan i Skövde/Institutionen för informationsteknologi

    Author : Axel Rapp; [2021]
    Keywords : Web site security; information security; e-governance; best practice; DNSSEC; HSTS; HTTPS; SSL; TLS; certificate validation;

    Abstract : With e-governance steadily growing, citizen-to-state communication via Web sites is as well, placing enormous trust in the protocols designed to handle this communication in a secure manner. Since breaching any of the protocols enabling Web site communication could yield benefits to a malicious attacker and bring harm to end-users, the battle between hackers and information security professionals is ongoing and never-ending. READ MORE

  4. 4. Technological Salvation or Orwellian Panopticon? : A Case Study on Social Labelling, Governance, and Social Control in China´s Social Credit System

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för samhällsstudier (SS)

    Author : Fredrik Ragnell; [2020]
    Keywords : Social Labelling; China; Social Credit System; Governance; Social Control;

    Abstract : The international governance discourse has seen radical changes in both trends and understandings in recent years, from the global dominance of liberal democracy after the Cold War, to the current movement towards authoritarianism. The modern autocracy has progressed its reach by the use of new applications in technology, which has resulted in a digital authoritarianism, also known as E-governance. READ MORE

  5. 5. It´s The Smart City, Stupid! : A critical study of Smart narratives, Attraction Hysteria & the production of Smart Space in the European Green Capital 2020

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Kulturgeografiska institutionen

    Author : Joel Göransson Scalzotto; [2020]
    Keywords : Smart City; Lisbon; Urban Regeneration; Attraction Hysteria; City Branding; Civic Participation; Egovernance; Production of space; Gentrification; Urban Commodification; Creative city;

    Abstract : In this research, the “Smart City-edifice” of Lisbon has been examined through qualitative field work carried out in the city. The concept of the Smart City- edifice has been designed by the author in an attempt to grasp the ambiguous Smart City ambition as an assemblage of (i) specific techniques incorporated into the urban environment (ii) the modes of governance which these techniques allow for, particularly real time data collection & (iii) issues of city branding, placemaking and urban, Smart regeneration. READ MORE