This study examines literature in cloud computing adoption for e-commerce in developing countries. The goal is to investigate contributing factors affecting cloud computing adoption of e-commerce in developing countries, in particular its implication for Indonesia. Ten themes have been identified: business size and type, customer service improvement, security, economic value, infrastructure, business process improvement, cloud computing framework, regulatory framework, user acceptance, and stakeholders’ support. Among these ten themes, the infrastructure, security, stakeholders’ support, regulatory framework, user acceptance and business size/types themes are particularly relevant to Indonesia. The paper also presents efforts and projects that are currently in place, at the governmental level, that facilitates cloud computing adoption and e-commerce in Indonesia.
Budiono, Fahrizal; Lau, Sim; and Tibben, William, "Cloud Computing Adoption for E-Commerce in Developing Countries: Contributing Factors and Its Implication for Indonesia" (2018). PACIS 2018 Proceedings. 90.