The aim of the JISIT is to provide academically robust research papers, critical reviews and opinions on the organizational, social and management issues associated with significant information-based technologies. It is designed to be read by academics, scholars, advanced students, reflective practitioners, and those seeking an update on current experience and future prospects in relation to contemporary information and communications technology themes.

The journal serves the interest of the IS & IT research and practitioner communities by providing an effective platform for the timely dissemination of research and addresses prominent and topical issues such as computer-mediated communication, data communications, decision support systems, e-learning, e-commerce, IT diffusion and adoption, knowledge management, network economics, outsourcing, software development methodologies, systems design and implementation, virtual teams, workflow and process management, architectures/infrastructures, agent/intelligent/knowledge-based systems, collaborative work systems/management, human factors, data mining, knowledge discovery, data warehouse, OLAP, ontologies, database architectures/applications, ethics in IS, functional information systems, impacts of information systems, IT globalization, inter-organizational systems, virtual business, , emerging information technologies, knowledge management, organizational learning, knowledge networks, management information systems, management of information resources, metrics/benchmarking, capabilities evaluation, research methods, IT valuation, information economics, etc.