Modelo de aceptación y uso del cloud computingun análisis realizado en el ámbito empresarial

  1. Palos Sánchez, Pedro Ramiro
Supervised by:
  1. Francisco J. Arenas-Márquez Director
  2. Mariano Aguayo Camacho Director

Defence university: Universidad de Sevilla

Fecha de defensa: 18 January 2016

  1. Francisco José Martínez López Chair
  2. Rafael del Pozo Barajas Secretary
  3. José Manuel Hernández Mogollón Committee member
  4. José L. Salmerón Committee member
  5. Sebastián Bruque Cámara Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 393507 DIALNET lock_openIdus editor


The digital economy is contributing decisively to boosting the competitiveness of the productive sector of organizations, but this involves migrating from an economy with only a small amount of Information Technology use, to one where it is common, and normal, to use these technologies in all economic, cultural and social activities. This adoption of technology generates increases in productivity and competitivity of enterprises, organizations and administrations, thus contributing to the creation of wealth, and greater opportunities for progress. Contributing to and furthering studies related to these models of adoption and their contribution to improving competitiveness of an organization is the goal of this research project. Today, cloud computing systems or cloud computing are one of the most realistic ways to improve the competitivity, but not only for Information Technology, also as a new economic model of resource use, exploitation of applications and data, or for providing business services. This study seeks to explore and research the evolution of this still new technology, its application in the medium and long term as well as trying to find the formula for the optimal model of technology adoption in an organization. Normally these studies are focused on purely technological aspects without trying to study the impact on the organizations. This research project presents another approach, to optimize and adapt these technologies to the reality of our production sector. The results of this study reflect what critical factors should be considered and how they are interrelated. It also shows the organizational demands that must be considered by those companies wishing to implement a real management model adopted to the digital economy, especially those related to cloud computing.