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      The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation provides critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Evaluation, with an emphasis on the organisational and management implications
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      The Electronic Journal of IS Evaluation (http://www.www.obcci.cn) provides critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Management as well as Information Systems Evaluation. EJISE has a mission to advance knowledge with an emphasis on the organisational, management, personal, national and global implications of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).

      The editorial board invites submissions of quantitative, qualitative and experience-based papers from academic research and industry practitioners that consider both the theory and practice of all aspects of IS management and IS evaluation. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

      • e-commerce and e-business
      • organisational intranets
      • evaluation methodologies for all phases of systems development
      • IS Success studies
      • Information Systems benefits management
      • decision making processes for new IT/IS investments
      • the management of IT/IS benefits, costs and risks
      • research methods for IT/IS evaluation
      • human and organisational aspects of IT/IS
      • application of ICTs for the advancement of citizens and communities
      • the management of IS development and IT departments
      • the impact of IS on work and organisations
      • big data
      • cloud computing
      • IS/IT security evaluation and management

       

      Submission details:


      To make a submission first read the submission guidelines and then follow the submission instructions from this page.

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