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Information Science PhD event

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Information Science PhD online event 14 th July 2020 – 14:00 (GMT+1:00)

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Information Science PhD event

  1. 1. Information Science PhD online event 14 th July 2020 – 14:00 (GMT+1:00) Mohammad Ali Abdullah Mahmoud Multi-Criteria Evaluation Model to Generate Tentative Energy Ratings for Google Play Store Apps 14:05 14:30 Knowledge Management and Use of ICT’s for SME’s in a knowledge base society to attain Sustainable Growth PhDCI–SITEGI,UniversityFernandoPessoaJuly2020
  2. 2. Abdullah Mahmoud Almasri Holds a Bachelor of science degree in Information Systems and a Master of science degree in Software Engineering from Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Senior lecturer and researcher of Computer Science and Information Systems at Prince Sultan University. His current research interests include Mobile Computing, Power Aware Applications and Systems Design. • Multi-Criteria Evaluation Model to Generate Tentative Energy Ratings for Google Play Store Apps • Abstract: The tremendous increase in smartphone usage is clearly accompanied by an increase in the need for more energy. This preoperational relationship between modern technology and energy generates energy-greedy apps, and therefore power-hungry end users. With many apps falling under the same category in an app store, these apps usually share similar functionality. Because developers follow different design and development schools, each app has its own energy-consumption habits. Since apps share similar features, an end user with limited access to recharging resources would prefer an energy- friendly app rather than a popular energy-greedy app. However, app stores give no indication about the energy behavior of the apps they offer, which causes users to randomly choose apps without understanding their energy-consumption behavior. To address this issue, we propose a star-rating evaluation model (SREM), an approach that generates a tentative energy rating label for each app. To that end, our solution adapts current energy-aware refactoring tools to demonstrate the level of energy consumption of an app and presents it in a star-rating schema similar to the Ecolabels used on electrical home appliances. • Keywords: Energy efficiency; Smartphones; Android apps; Preventive saving; Energy rating PhDCI–SITEGI,UniversityFernandoPessoaJuly2020
  3. 3. Mohammad Ali Holds a Bachelor at Punjab University, Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan, with (Grade/GPA) B Grade Commerce, Business Development, Taxation, Business Law, Economics, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at PIMSAT Institute of Management, Science and Technology, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. His current research interests include Knowledge Management and the SME factors for Sustainable Growth. • Knowledge Management and Use of ICT’s for SME’s in a knowledge base society to attain Sustainable Growth • Abstract: The aim of this research is to empirically examine and investigate the underlying reasons behind the Digital Transformation within an Organisation with the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) efficiently for a Small and Medium enterprises (SME) in Turkey within a Knowledge Base Society. The research will allow us to understand in depth the concepts and implementation of effective use of ICT’s for SME’s to increase the efficiency of a Business unit resulting in increasing profits. The Research is much needed as Turkey has a vision for 2023 and this will not be fruitful without the SME’s development as 98% employment covers by SME and the use of ICT in such environments are less than 10% according to last World bank survey in 2018. After seeing the benefits, economic value and scope of business SME will properly implement and follow the ethical procedure to overcome the problems to be extra safe and be ready to avoid the slow growth rates or failure of a SME. In many developed nations, SME are thought to contribute between 40% and 60% to gross domestic product and 60% and 70% of the employment, but the SME sector in TURKEY has not reached the mark yet. Critical issues for SME survival are the profit margin decreases and inflation increases. The Digital transformation to develop the SME Sector is a key step • Keywords: digital transformation; SME; Small and Medium Enterprises; ICT; ICT use and exploration PhDCI–SITEGI,UniversityFernandoPessoaJuly2020

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