Use of information Systems in Yemeni Universities Future Vision

Use of information Systems in Yemeni Universities Future Vision ( Vol-4,Issue-2,March - April 2019 )

Author: Muneer Alsurori, Khalid Al-Masni, Ayedh Abdulaziz

Keyword: Information Systems, Information Technology.

Abstract: This research examines the use of computed information systems in Yemeni universities through the use of intermediate variable technology to test the indirect impact of the information systems structure on the relationship between information technology, and the final performance in the computed information systems in Yemeni universities. The applied situation was exemplified by the selection of four universities where the data on the study were collected through special friendly questionnaire, and the number of respondent (224) persons had been used. Many statistical means, percentages, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and intermediate deviation have been used for the description of the study sample, and for the study variables, as for hypothesis testing, the intermediate variant method was used and the end result was to prove that there was a relationship An incomplete mediation attributed to the structure of information systems that has an indirect impact on the resulting relationship between information technology and the final performance of information systems.


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