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Developing a Cloud Computing Framework for University Libraries

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Academic year: 2023

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In particular, this paper examined the existing storage devices/media for storing research output and the associated risks with cloud storage services for university libraries. This section refers to the respective university libraries in the context of cloud storage security for research data.

KNUST

The librarian reiterated that there are several problems associated with storing research data in the cloud. The seven important risk identity factors in the cloud computing model are access, availability, network load, integrity, data security, data location, and data segregation.

Hamu Mukasa Library, Uganda Christian University Library

The Iddi Basajjabalaba Memorial Library, Kampala International University-Uganda

IBML hasn't dealt much with cloud storage because data is still stored locally. Therefore, cloud storage is an important choice that the library uses to reduce the risk of data loss.

Figure 2 depicts how university libraries provide library services via cloud  services
Figure 2 depicts how university libraries provide library services via cloud services

Summary of key findings

  • Existing storage media for research assets
  • Need for digital information storage
  • Risks associated with cloud storage in university libraries
  • Conclusion
  • Recommendation

Librarians are therefore required to provide a wide variety of information from an equally diverse selection of sources and formats through teams (collaborating) and especially with the advent of cloud use. As cloud computing enables almost a new streamlined workflow, collaboration through team building or networking can be highly commendable.

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Introduction

One of the strategies is the application of e-governance, which involves the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to manage government business in the region. One of the most important approaches to reducing corruption in the public sector is to limit the interaction between citizens and officials.

Transition from governance to e-governance

In the management of public affairs, corruption is recognized as one of the dominant problems in promoting economic growth and the well-being of citizens [3]. Thus, it can be argued that the main goal of any e-government project is to reduce corruption in the management of public affairs worldwide.

Government websites provide a landscape for citizens to interact with the government and receive feedback about the services provided by the government. Among several strategies for the actualization of e-government is the creation of websites, connecting citizens with the many services provided by the government - Federal, State and Local.

Data interpretation and discussion

Penetration rate in Africa compared to the rest of the world in March 2019. In figure 5, it shows the level of the penetration rate in Africa compared to the rest of the world in March 2019.

Table 1 shows the Internet Users Statistics for Africa as at March 2019. The table  revealed all the countries in Africa with the divergence population, number of
Table 1 shows the Internet Users Statistics for Africa as at March 2019. The table revealed all the countries in Africa with the divergence population, number of

Corruption in Nigerian public sector

Although some of these African countries have consistently promoted the use of ICT in key government activities, it is believed that the affordability of digital technology will encourage citizens to use these platforms to interact more with government, especially in relation to governance and anti-corruption campaign. These platforms have encouraged citizens to report several cases of corruption that anti-corruption institutions have recently investigated. Therefore, the fight against corruption is considered as the fight of the government and the citizens, it is believed that if the government co-opts the citizens in the fight against corruption, corruption will be reduced to a minimum level in the country.

The public sector reform includes Treasury Single Account (TSA), Biometric Time and Attendance, Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), prepaid meter. Crowd sourced reporting: This involves citizens reporting complaints about government activities. Online Right to Information Requests: platforms that allow citizens to submit Right to Information requests.

Treasury single accounts (TSA)

Nigeria has undertaken numerous strategies in reducing corruption, particularly through e-governance within the public sector. The adoption of this policy aimed to guarantee efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, openness and accountability in the management of the country's financial resources. Although, before the implementation of the TSA, the country was up to the challenge of monitoring all government accounts by the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (AOGF).

Cashless policy

Online Banking: This can be used to make instant balance enquiry, money transfer, payment of application fees and utility bills. Some of the banks require customers to use tokens to guarantee security and protect the account from fraudsters. Point-of-Sale (POS) Terminals: This can be used to make payment for any transaction made by the customers.

The government integrated financial management information system (GIFMIS)

ATM can be used for bill payment, deposit cash, money transfer, recharging airtime for mobile phone. Electronic Transfer: This can be used to transfer money electronically from the customer's account to other sources or destinations [25]. In addition, GIFMIS enables efficient revenue collection through integrated system of revenue collection especially in some agencies such as Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Customs, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and provides efficient revenue transfer and transfer to TSA [24].

Conclusion

In the modern information society, crowdsourcing is a new business model that connects a business person (customer) and a worker (contractor) through a website. In this paper we outline this new business model for the information society, and discuss the current situation of crowdsourcing, which aims to further influence lifestyle changes in the future. In short, in the modern information society, crowdsourcing is a new business model that connects a businessperson (customer) and a worker (contractor) through a website.

Information society and crowdsourcing 1 What is crowdsourcing?

  • Crowdsourcing and cloud computing
  • Business object of crowdsourcing
  • Forms of employment in crowdsourcing
  • Crowdsourcing and competitive advantage

The employee confirms the job content in the crowdsourcing platform and applies for the specific job. PaaS is a service that allows remote management of the software execution environment over the Internet. Thus, the "cloud" in cloud computing is a symbol that represents a cloud on the other side of a network in a system configuration diagram; while, the "crowd".

Crowdsourcing classifications and functions 1 Classification of crowdsourcing

  • Crowdsourcing features
  • Typical features of crowdsourcing

The relationship between an entrepreneur (client) and an employee (contractor) in crowdsourcing is usually limited to exchange via a website (crowdsourcing platform) on the internet. This function allows the entrepreneur and the employee to mutually confirm the ordered work content and the work evaluation. Both the entrepreneur and the employee can also quickly and efficiently confirm the necessary information.

Current state of crowdsourcing 1 Features of crowdsourcing

  • Crowdsourcing platform positioning strategy
  • Advantages and disadvantages of crowdsourcing
  • Crowdsourcing market size

Major crowdfunding platforms include “Dmet idea” (making different ideas come to life) and “Wemake” (cardboard furniture with an open design) in Japan;. Major crowdsourcing platforms include “coconala” (free market), “nanapi works” (article writing) and “shufti” (office work) in Japan; "TaskRabbit". housework/usage agency), “Zaarly” (housework/usage agent) and “Amazon. Mechanical Turk” (entry work/questionnaire) in the US; and “Scoopshot” (photographic services) in Finland.

Significance of crowdsourcing strategy

The third strategy perspective is a business strategy that corresponds to work style reforms for both business people (order) and workers (contractors). The third strategy perspective is a corporate strategy that corresponds to work style reforms for both business people (order) and workers (entrepreneurs) [25–30]. For both business people and workers, one of the approaches to work style reform is the use of crowdsourcing services.

Conclusion

The second strategy perspective is the business strategy of business persons (customers) who use the crowdsourcing service provided by the crowdsourcing platform. Japan's work style reforms are not implemented for business persons (customers) and workers (contractors). In the future, it will be possible to explore new ways of connecting business persons and workers through crowdsourcing.

Sports entrepreneurship in Nigeria

16] likewise reported that the most entrepreneurial involvement of physical education graduates is sports event centers. Entrepreneurial practices of Physical Education graduates include organizing sports events such as inter-house, inter-community sports, etc. This is partly due to the curricular shortcomings of the Physical Education program in Nigeria.

Areas that ICT can be employed in sports entrepreneurship In the present digital environment, Information and Communication

Areas in which ICT can be used in sports entrepreneurship In the current digital environment, Information and Communication. ICT can be used by sports entrepreneurs in the design and production of sports equipment and supplies. Advertising sports equipment and services is another area that ICT can be used by sports entrepreneurs.

Types of ICT facilities that can be integrated into sports entrepreneurship

  • Computers
  • Digital video camera
  • Printers
  • Data storage devices
  • Cloud computing
  • Mobile phone
  • The internet
  • Business process automation (BPA)
  • Network server solution
  • Wireless router

The term cloud computing means the storage and access to data and programs over the Internet from a remote location or computer instead of on the computer's hard drive [39]. The end result is the same; however, with an online connection, cloud computing can be done anywhere, anytime and through any device such as smartphones, tablets, laptops connected to the internet. Mobile can be used to a great extent for short message service and multimedia message service.

Challenges of integrating ICT in sports entrepreneurship in Nigeria Notwithstanding the potentials of ICT in sports industry in Nigeria, there have

Challenges of Incorporating ICT into Sports Entrepreneurship in Nigeria Notwithstanding the potential of ICT in the sports industry in Nigeria, there are. Epileptic Power Supply: One of the major barriers to integrating ICT in sports entrepreneurship in Nigeria is poor power supply. This has been a very serious obstacle to the integration of ICT capabilities in sports entrepreneurship in Nigeria.

The way forward in the use of ICT in sports entrepreneurship in Nigeria

Improving the quality of customer service through ICT use in the Kenya power and lighting company. In this chapter we review the African experiences, processes and recommendations for information management systems for use in the low and middle income country context. This chapter discusses the experience of H3Africa Biobanks in evaluating and setting up a sustainable Biobank information management system.

The importance of LIMS sustainability

Several factors hinder the successful implementation of a biobank laboratory information management system (LIMS) in low- and middle-income countries.

LIMS harmonization in the case of H3Africa Biobanks

  • Checklist for choosing an LIMS and H3Africa Biobank as model

Does the system allow automatic filling of fields by specifying a default value within the system that can be overwritten by a user with appropriate authorization. Summary of the checklist to consider when choosing a Biobank LIMS (a detailed checklist can be accessed via biorepository.h3africa.org). Here, we have presented a summary of the checklist (Table 1) that we considered when selecting the Biobank LIMS; however, a detailed checklist can be accessed via the Biobank.h3africa.org website.

IT infrastructure

  • User support services

Key elements considered when selecting a LIMS for the project include (a) adaptability and usability; (b) interoperability with other LIMS; (c) access to revisions, updates, fixes and maintenance releases; (d) cost and access to technical support services; (e) maintenance and associated costs; (f) multiuser/multisite support;. g) robustness to handle large volumes of sample information; (g) security systems (audit trail, user roles and privileges, etc.); and (h) type (open source or commercial) LIMS. Choosing a Laboratory Information System for Biobanks in Low- and Middle-Income Countries DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.90948.

Open-source LIMS and commercial LIMS options

Budgeting for LIMS in the H3Africa Biobanks

Conclusion

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Figure 2 depicts how university libraries provide library services via cloud  services
Table 1 shows the Internet Users Statistics for Africa as at March 2019. The table  revealed all the countries in Africa with the divergence population, number of

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