New Challenges for ICT and Management: IDIMT 2023

The 31st Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks (IDIMT) took place 6–8 September 2023 in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, under the title “New Challenges for ICT and Management” (see announcement here). The proceedings of this annual conference have been published. The editors write:

The post-covid period brings with it additional challenges for both informatics and information management. The current era is associated with expectations of digitization and a sharp increase in labor productivity, mainly thanks to the former. Of course, this means increased pressure on the security of information technologies and on the knowledge of those workers who design them, as well as the employees who work with them. These topics are explored from different angles in the papers of this conference.
We have chosen the following 9 topics for 2023:

  • Crisis Management and ICT (Georg Neubauer, Karin Rainer)
  • Cyber Security (Michael Sonntag)
  • Virtual Collaboration, Teaching & Learning (Anne Jantos)
  • Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Environments (Erwin Schoitsch)
  • Management of ICT Systems (Petr Doucek)
  • Social Media (Antonín Pavlíček)
  • Digital Transformation of Supply Chain Management (Radoslav Delina)
  • Ethical Aspects of Working with Data (Anton Lisnik)
  • Special session: Early Career & Student Showcase (Michael Sonntag)

Based on a double-blind two-step review process we have selected 42 of the submitted papers with a totality of more than 128 coauthors. The program ran in two parallel streams. The authors come from 10 different countries: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Palestine, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden.

The Department of Systems Analysis of the Prague University of Economics and Business is Institutional Member of GSIS. Tomáš Sigmund is individual GSIS Member working at that department. He made a contribution.

About 25 participants came from Austria.

Tomáš Sigmund on the right [photo: Conference IDIMT]

Tomáš Sigmund (Prague University of Economics and Business): Security software as a hygiene factor | abstract

Link to IDIMT website


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