Abstract: Privacy and security risk are two primary concerns for end-users to consider adopting cloud applications. This study investigates two potential antecedents for these two concerns: functionality expectation and usability. In addition, this study tries to understand whether their relationships exist and are correlated positively or negatively.
Keywords: Cloud Computing, Google Docs, Privacy, risk, Security
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Recommended Citation: Nakayama, M., Chen, C., Taylor, C. W. (2017). The Effects of Perceived Functionality and Usability on Privacy and Security Concerns about Cloud Application Adoptions. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research, 10(2) pp 4-11. http://jisar.org/2017-10/ ISSN: 1946-1836. (A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of CONISAR 2016)