Exploring the Determinants Affecting E-Government Cloud Adoption in China

  •  Haiying Ji    
  •  Yikai Liang    


Cloud computing is the popular tendency in information application and services, and E-Government cloud is no exception. This study uses a case study to explore the determinants of E-Government cloud adoption in China which is influenced by multiple factors. In this study, a combinational model based on the TOE and DOI is applied to gain insights concerning all contextual influences on the adoption of E-Government cloud in China. The results show that the positive and negative influences from cloud technology characteristics, organizational and environmental context, which can reflect the adoption of E-government cloud. These findings not only contribute to academic research, but also expand the understanding of E-government cloud applications.

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