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Title: Research Intelligence (CRIS) and the Cloud: A Review
Authors: Azeroual, Otmane 
Schöpfel, Joachim 
Keywords: current research information systems;research information management;cloud computing;data quality;data security
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2019
Publisher: The Canadian Center of Science and Education
Source: O Azeroual, J Schöpfel (2019), "Research Intelligence (CRIS) and the Cloud: A Review". Computer and Information Science 12(4): 40-55
Journal: Computer and Information Science
Abstract: 
The purpose of this paper is to explore the impact of the cloud technology on current research information systems (CRIS). Based on an overview of published literature and on empirical evidence from surveys, the paper presents main characteristics, delivery models, service levels and general benefits of cloud computing. The second part assesses how the cloud computing challenges the research information management, from three angles: networking, specific benefits, and the ingestion of data in the cloud. The third part describes three aspects of the implementation of current research systems in the clouds, i.e. service models, requirements and potential risks and barriers. The paper concludes with some perspectives for future work. The paper is written for CRIS administrators and users, in order to improve research information management and to contribute to future development and implementation of these systems, but also for scholars and students who want to have detailed knowledge on this topic.
Description: 
16 pages.-- Published in Computer and Information Science vol. 12, no. 4, 2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/1290
DOI: 10.5539/cis.v12n4p40
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