The Management and Application of Information and Communications Technology in human enterprise, both business and social, has become the corner stone of modern society.   The Enterprise ICT group spans a broad range of interests and research areas, but may be considered as having four key domain themes from which a number of other sub-domains arise.

An underlying philosophical concept is that Enterprise ICT is a collective study area to investigate both the methods and issues for enterprises utilising contemporary ICT technologies. The primary key themes are:

  • Models, Structures, and Processes
  • Management of Enterprise ICT
  • Education, Training, and Technology
  • Issues in ICT

The enterprise ICT group focuses on the adoption, innovative applications and management of ICT with particular emphasis in the areas of e-government, e-business and e-learning.  The group also focuses on research aimed at developing effective strategies, policies and models for technology adoption and service provision in developing and developed economies. Research topics in this area include:  technology adoption and management, technology acceptance models, innovative services using mobile devices and collaborative work.


Current PhD Candidates

  • Mr Tamim Alkhalifah
  • Mr Abdulwahab Almazroi
  • Mr Bader Alojaiman
  • Mr Sami Alshmrany
  • Mr Patrick Armstrong
  • Mr Tom Culshaw
  • Mr Ben Gerblich
  • Mr Tim Hart
  • Mr Watcharachai Kongsiriwattana
  • Mr Peter Mitchell
  • Ms Dinar Nugraheni (Australian Leadership Award)
  • Ms Ritu Sharma
  • Mr Brad Wesson
  • Mr Adam Wilden
  • Mr Yongyao Yan 

Dissertations under Examination

  • Mr Jafar Alhossieni
  • Ms Faten Karim
  • Ms Rui Li
  • Ms Iin Yusri

PhD Completions

  • Dr Eusa Al Doub  - E-Learning In Kuwait's Higher Education Sectors
  • Dr Ibrahim Alghamdi - Assessing Organizational E-Government Readiness Of The Public Sector: A Saudi Arabian Context
  • Dr Hasan Alkahtani - Exploration Of Email Spam, With A Focus On Its Effects And Mitigation In Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Abdullah Alqahtani - Factors Influencing the Adoption of E-commerce in Saudi Arabia: Study of Online Shopping
  • Dr Amal Alshardan - Measuring the Benefits of Information Systems for Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Sameer Alshetewi - Towards t-Government: An Interoperability Model for e-Government in Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Fahad Alturise - Developing and Testing Policy for Effective Use of ICT in Saudi Arabian Universities
  • Dr Mohammad Alzahrani - An Acceptance Model For Citizen Adoption Of Web - Based E-Government Services In Developing Countries: An Investigation In The Saudi Arabia Context
  • Dr Ali Hanafiah - Improving E-Government Performance through Enterprise Architecture in Developing Countries: The Case of the Indonesian Treasury
  • Dr Peerumporn Jiranantanagorn - An Investigation into Sentiment Analysis and Morale Visualisation in a Digital Backchannel
  • Dr Saysoth Keoduangsine -  An SMS-Based Flood Warning System for Developing Countries: the Case of Laos
  • Dr Ping Liang  - Discovering Patterns and Anomalies in Association Rules
  • Dr Lua Perimal Lewis  - Hospital Patient Journey Modelling To Assess Quality Of Care: An Evidence-Based, Agile Process - Oriented Framework For Health Intelligence
  • Dr Mark D. Reilly - An Investigation into Real-time, Small-Group, Student-Centred Engagement on Mobile Devices in Lectures
  • Dr Lawrence Sambrooks - Investigation of Novice Authoring Interfaces for Handheld Augmented Reality
  • Dr Tony dwi Susanto (Australian Leadership Award) - Individual Acceptance Of SMS-Based E-Government Services
  • Dr Neville Williams  - Assessing The Quality Of Computer Science Courses Using Taxonomy Tools

Current research

  • Technology Management / E-Government in Saudi Arabia -  R. Goodwin, G. Rampersad, I. Algamdi, M. Alzahrani
  • Technology Management / E-Government in Indonesia - R. Goodwin, G. Rampersad, A. Hanafiah
  • Using Mobile Phones for e-Government in Developing Countries - T. dwi Susanto, R. Goodwin, P. Calder
  • Loosely Synchronised Teaching and Learning Using Interactive Mobile Technology - N.A. Othman, P. Calder, R. Goodwin
  • Factors Affecting Software Piracy in Kuwait - J. Hameed, R. Goodwin, C. Mooney
  • Investigation of the extent of and attitudes towards SPAM in Saudi Arabia - H. Alkahtani, R. Goodwin, P. Gardner-Stephen
  • Adaptive Materials for e-Learning - P. Jiranantanagorn, R. Goodwin, C. Mooney
  • ICT and Clean Technology - T. Culshaw, R. Goodwin, A. Cavaye
  • Collaborative work, e-Learning and Java Programming - R. Sharma, R. Goodwin, H. Shen, B Wilkinson
  • Enhancing Student Engagement in Lectures Using Smartphone Technologies - M. Reilly, H. Shen, P. Calder
  • Remote Medical Training Using Collaborative Haptic Devices - Y. Yan, H. Shen, R. Goodwin
  • Dissemination Methods in Disaster Early Warning Messages – D Nugraheni, D de Vries, P Gardner-Stephen
  • M-learning in Saudi Arabian High Schools - T Alkhalifah, D de Vries
  • Performance Improvement of Distributed Data Mining over Wireless Devices – R Li, D de Vries, J Roddick
  • Adoption of e-commerce in Saudi Arabia – A Alqahtani, R Goodwin, D de Vries, P Calder
  • Digital Forensics for Digital Preservation - T Hart, D de Vries
  • Exploring the Potential for Understandably Secure Computers - B Gerblich, P Gardner-Stephen, D de Vries
  • Global Model for Effective e-Learning in Higher Education - A Wilden, D de Vries, A Shillabeer

Further information

We would be please to supply further information about our activities.  In particular, opportunities exist for high achieving postgraduates to join the program.  Please contact Prof. Mark Taylor or a Principal Investigator.