INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE COMPUTER, THE INTERNET AND MANAGEMENT
Siam Technology College, Bangkok, Thailand, publishes the International Journal of The Computer, The Internet and Management (IJCIM) three times a year, in collaboration with the Thailand Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the Thailand Joint Chapter of the Computer Society, the Engineering Management Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Thailand Chapter of the Internet Society, Thailand Internet Association, Asia-Pacific eLearning Association, Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman Foundation and the AU Student Chapter of the IEEE.
The journal publishes editorials and technical papers, and covers a range of the many topics that are of interest to the community of computer and engineering managers and professionals. The journal aims to break down the barriers that often stand between highly specialized groups of people and seeks to provide the community in general with news of the latest developments throughout the field.
The Editors of the journal encourage professionals and academics working in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Internet Technology, Telecommunications and Engineering Management to consider submitting articles that deal in any way with (1) methods, techniques, and theory of computer, internet technology and management in general (2) the relation of computer, the internet and management technology to social and political issues, (3) the application of computer, the internet and management technology to business and governmental agencies, (4) the use of computers, the internet and management technology in the developing world, and (5) the philosophical and ethical issues associated with the development of computer, the internet and management technology.
The Editor-in-chief, in consultation with his editorial staff, will make every effort to make a decision on whether to accept any submitted article, either in its original form or with revisions, within fifteen weeks of submission and will contact authors promptly once such a decision has been made. All articles will be acknowledged, but none will be returned to their authors.