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Mobile Cloud Computing and Its Effectiveness in Business Organizations


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Author list: Mohammad Awni Ahmad Mahmoud, Mohammed Abu Elaila Ali Baraka, Mohammed Fahed Ali Tayfour, Abeer Atallah Mohammad Aloudat
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing
Publication year: 2019
Journal: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management
Volume number: 9
Issue number: 1
Start page: 20
End page: 28
Number of pages: 9
ISSN: 0219-6492
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eISSN: 1793-6926


E-commerce business organizations aim at achieving the goals and the mission effectively and efficiently so as
to satisfy the diverse interests of the stakeholders. MCC is an ICT concept that enables the organizations to
enhance the performance when serving the important stakeholders, who include customers, staff, managers,
shareholders, and industry regulators. MCC involves the integration of the mobile devices to enable the sharing
of the cloud infrastructure. The integration is done via a network and between the computer devices that operate
remotely. The Internet is the most common network that enables the mobile devices to utilize the data and
information stored in a cloud database. E-commerce businesses prefer the cloud infrastructure because it has a
large data storage capacity and high processing speeds. Also, the cloud service providers invest substantial
financial, human, and technological resources in ensuring the security of the effective management of the data
resources. The main benefit of MCC is that it reduces the businesses expenses. For example, it enables the
companies to offer products and services in the international market via the e-commerce infrastructure.
Amazon.com is an example of a Multinational Corporation that is successful in offering high-quality services
and products to customers in different countries using the website and the mobile app applications that are
supported by the cloud infrastructure. 


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