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Announcements

Eija Karsten confirmed as Working Group Secretary

At the recent business meeting in Auckland, Eija Karsten (FI) was confirmed by the members as the new secretary of the working group. Thanks and congratulations to Eija for taking on this important position!

IFIP Working Conference proceedings and notes now available

The proceedings from the recently concluded Auckland Working Conference on Information Systems and Global Assemblages: (Re)Configuring Actors, Artefacts, Organizations Working Conference are now available from Springer here. Check for comments on the conference posted here.

Proposals for new working conferences welcomed

IFIP Working Group 8.2 welcomes proposals for new working conferences for 2016. Conferences can be free standing (e.g., in summer 2016) or near another major information systems conference (e.g., in December in the vicinity of Dublin before ICIS 2016). Please contact an officer of IFIP WG 8.2 to discuss possibilities.

OASIS abstracts deadline extended to 30 Sept 2014

The deadline for submission of extended abstracts for the IFIP WG8.2 Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) 2014 Workshop has been extended until 30 September. For authors who have already submitted abstracts, the organizers will be in touch by 24 September. This year, OASIS and the working conference are being run as an integrated event, providing the benefits of both events to all attendees.

Call for Submissions, 2014 OASIS Pre-ICIS Workshop, Auckland, NZ

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Call for Submissions
IFIP WG8.2 Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) 2014 Workshop
11-12 December 2014, Auckland, New Zealand

Deadline for submission of extended abstracts: 10 September 2014
Notification of acceptance/rejection decisions: 24 September 2014

http://bis2.aut.ac.nz/ifip82-2014/
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Links to IFIP Working Conference Proceedings have been updated

The list of conferences has been updated with pointers to the proceedings on Springerlink. You can see the list of papers from past conferences here. And you are welcomed to upload references to your own published works if you'd like them included in our listing of members' papers.

IFIP 8.2 Workshop in Conjunction with AOM meeting, Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 3, 2014

Attending the Academy of Management meeting in Philadelphia this year? Looking for something to do on Sunday afternoon in Philly? Why not join a friendly and cordial group of like-minded researchers for an engaging chat?

In conjunction with the Academy of Management meeting in Philadelphia, IFIP 8.2 will be holding a workshop from 1:15pm-4:15pm on Sunday, August 3, 2014, preceded by an optional lunch. The workshop will be held at the College of Computing & Informatics, Drexel University, and will be free of charge.

Volunteers sought as faciliators for an Oasis Workshop to be held at the upcoming Working Conference in Auckland, December 2014

We are currently seeking volunteers from the WG8.2 community who are able to attend the upcoming IFIP WG 8.2 Working Conference in Auckland, NZ and are willing to act as a facilitator of a roundtable discussion session. If you would be interested in making a contribution to the WG8.2 community in this way, please contact Bill Doolin at bdoolin@aut.ac.nz.

Paper due date for the IFIP Working Conference in Auckland extended until 30 June

The due date for papers for the IFIP Working Conference in Auckland has been extended until 30 June. Please see http://bis2.aut.ac.nz/ifip82-2014/ for more details.

IFIP statement on intentional weakening of security and trust mechanisms in ICT and the Internet

IFIP (our parent body) have issued a statement on intentional weakening of security and trust mechanisms in ICT and the Internet by government agencies and other major actors, available here. Please log in and leave your comments on this statement and suggestions for what our working group might do in this area.

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