Relative Advantage (RA)
RA1: By using cloud computing, we pay only for what we use.
RA2: By using cloud computing, we are able to scale up our requirement when required.
RA3: By using cloud computing, we can access information from any time from any place.
RA4: By using cloud computing, we do not need to administer our IT infrastructure.
RA5: Performance of cloud services does not decrease with growing user base.
RA6: By using cloud computing, we can access share resources placed on cloud.
RA7: By using cloud computing, we do not need to maintain our IT infrastructure.
CM1: In case of any incompatibility issue, we ask cloud service provider to recommend integrated services.
CM2: Cloud services are compatible with existing technological architecture of our company.
CM3: Customization in cloud-based services is easy.
CM4: The changes introduced by cloud computing are consistent with existing practices in our company.
CM5: Cloud computing development is compatible with our firm’s existing format, interface, and other structural data.
CM6: We incur re-training cost in case of non-customizable cloud-based services.
CM7: There is no difficulty in importing applications/ data from cloud services.
CM8: There is no difficulty in exporting applications/ data to cloud services.
CY1: Cloud computing is flexible to interact with.
CY2: Using cloud computing exposes me to the vulnerability of computer breakdowns and loss of data.
CY3: When I use cloud computing, I find it difficult to integrate my existing work with the cloud-based services.
CY4: When I perform many tasks together, using cloud computing takes up too much of my time.
Organizational Competency (OC)
OC1: My company hires highly specialized or knowledgeable personnel for cloud computing.
OC2: We have sufficient technological resources to implement cloud computing?unrestricted access to computer.
OC3: We have sufficient technological resources to implement cloud computing?high bandwidth connectivity to the internet.
OC4: We allocate a percent of total revenue for cloud computing implementation in the company.
Top Management Support (TM)
TM1: My top management exhibits a culture of enterprise wide information sharing.
TM2: The company’s top management provides strong leadership and engages in the process when it comes to information systems company.
TM3: My top management is likely to consider the adoption of cloud computing as strategically important.
TM4: My top management is willing to take risks involved in the adoption of cloud computing.
Training and Education (TE)
TE1: My level of understanding was substantially improved after going through the training program on cloud computing.
TE2: My company provided me complete training in using cloud computing.
TE3: The training gave us confidence in use of cloud computing.
Perceived Usefulness (PU)
PU1: Using cloud computing enables me to manage business operation in an efficient way.
PU2: Using cloud computing enables me to increase business productivity.
PU3: Using cloud computing enables me to accomplish my organizational task more quickly.
PU4: The use of cloud computing services improves the quality of business operation.
PU5: Using cloud computing advances my competitiveness.
Perceived Ease of Use (PE)
PE1: The procedure of using cloud computing is understandable.
PE2: It is easy for me to learn using the cloud computing.
PE3: It is easy to make use of cloud computing.
Perceived Importance (PI)
PI 1: I believe that cloud computing is essential for facilitating the trade systems with our partners.
PI 2: I believe that cloud computing increases our performance by facilitating the trade systems with our partners.
PI 3: I believe that cloud computing brightens our future by facilitating the trade systems with our partners.