From the Editor


  • Neven Vrček University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Varazdin


Dear authors, readers and future authors,

it is my pleasure to present you the 1st number of the 37th volume of the Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences – JIOS.

In this issue a selection of 3 original scientific papers, 1 preliminary communication and 1 survey paper has been included, all of which have undergone a rigorous double-blind review process in some cases in several rounds.

As in prior issues of the Journal, this one also comprises papers that cover broad themes from various ICT fields and related areas: software engineering, strategic planning of information systems, knowledge management and quantum computing. We hope that the variety of themes will draw the attention of researchers in different fields of information sciences and motivate potential authors to expand the Journal’s thematic scope by other themes that may be of interest to the wider ICT research community. These themes motivate us to continue our work of delivering research results to interested audience. The ICT field is changing rapidly and we are constantly searching for cutting edge articles that open perspective and motivate further research. We have to notice that future of ICT related research is in interdisciplinary approach and relations with other research domains which is highly emphasized in Horizon 2020 directions. That is why we encourage and promote scientific collaboration across scientific areas that will bring us new interesting articles. We hope that many of you who will read the Journal will join us as authors, readers and reviewers and help us to fulfill our mission. The number of submitted papers increases every year giving us opportunity to increase the quality and visibility of JIOS.

I would like to use this opportunity to encourage prospective authors among you, dear readers, to submit papers at You are also invited to share with us your comments or critical remarks regarding the papers previously published in the Journal. Further, we would appreciate your willingness to become a reviewer for submitted papers and thus contribute significantly to the rising quality of JIOS.So far JIOS has been indexed in nine well known databases. We are continuously investing a lot of effort to extend the list of databases where JIOS would be cited, in order to make the published papers available to a larger readers’ audience, and give your research a greater impact factor.




How to Cite

N. Vrček, “From the Editor”, J. inf. organ. sci. (Online), vol. 37, no. 1, Jun. 2013.



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