&#Ouml;zen, &#xUuml;stün; Mollavelioğlu, M. Şükruü
March 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2003, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p13
Academic Journal
The use of information technologies has been inevitable for businesses in consequence of developments in computer technology and need for information. To be able to continue their existence, businesses have increasingly been more dependent on information technologies. However, information technologies generated some problems as well. Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) have also faced some ethical and security problems in use of information technologies. These problems sometimes cause big loses for SMEs. Therefore, it is very important to inform SMEs about ethical use and security of information technologies. This study presents perceptions of SMEs in respect to ethical use of information technologies, and provides some empirical results. The study shows that SMEs are quite sensitive about ethical use of information technologies, but still incompetent in putting it into practice.


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