Mr George Ubakanma


NameMr George Ubakanma
Job titleHead of Division
Organisational UnitComputer Science and Informatics

Research outputs

Lightweight Computation to Robust Cloud Infrastructure for Future Technologies (Workshop Paper)

Shahzadi, S., Iqbal, M., Wang, X., Ubakanma, G., Dagiuklas, A. and Tchernykh, A. (2019). Lightweight Computation to Robust Cloud Infrastructure for Future Technologies (Workshop Paper). Wang, Xinheng, Gao, Honghao, Iqbal, Muddesar and Min, Geyong (ed.) CollaborateCom 2019 - 15th EAI International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing. London 19 - 22 Nov 2019 Springer International Publishing. pp. 3-11

Autonomous, Seamless and Resilience Carrier Cloud Brokerage Solution for Business Contingencies during Disaster Recovery

Shahzadi, S, Ubakanma, G, Iqbal, M and Dagiuklas, T (2018). Autonomous, Seamless and Resilience Carrier Cloud Brokerage Solution for Business Contingencies during Disaster Recovery. IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communication (HPCC). Exeter, UK 28 - 30 Jun 2018

RESCUE: A Resilient Cloud Based IoT System for Emergency and Disaster Recovery

Khan, T, Ghosh, S, Iqbal, M, Ubakanma, G and Dagiuklas, T (2018). RESCUE: A Resilient Cloud Based IoT System for Emergency and Disaster Recovery. IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communication (HPCC). Exeter, UK 28 - 30 Jun 2018

Feasibility of Serverless Cloud Services for Disaster Management Information Systems

Asghar, T, Rasool, S, Iqbal, M, Qayyum, Z, Noor Mian, A and Ubakanma, G (2018). Feasibility of Serverless Cloud Services for Disaster Management Information Systems. IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communication (HPCC). Exeter, UK 28 - 30 Jun 2018

User acceptance of information technology: A critical review of technology acceptance models and the decision to invest in Information Security

Ubakanma, G, Seuwou, P and Banissi, E (2017). User acceptance of information technology: A critical review of technology acceptance models and the decision to invest in Information Security. in: Global Security, Safety and Sustainability - The Security Challenges of the Connected World Springer. pp. 230-251

Effective Security as an ill-defined Problem in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs)

Seuwou, P., Patel, D. and Ubakanma, G. (2012). Effective Security as an ill-defined Problem in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs). IET and ITS Conference on Road Transport Information and Control (RTIC 2012). London, UK 25 - 26 Sep 2012 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). doi:10.1049/cp.2012.1555
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