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The Journal of Cloud Computing is now accepting submissions and the Editorial Board would like to encourage you to submit your next Cloud Computing article to this journal.
The Journal of Cloud Computing: Advances, Systems and Applications (JoCCASA) is a peer-reviewed open access journal, which will publish articles from both industry and academia on all aspects of Cloud Computing, focusing on the Cloud applications, the Cloud systems, and the advances that will lead to the Clouds of the future.
We invite submission of research articles, book reviews, conference reports, letters, reviews and surveys, software descriptions, and viewpoints.
Proposals for Special Issues are also welcomed.
By submitting your article to a SpringerOpen journal you will benefit from:
• Open Access – articles are freely available online, which is now being encouraged or mandated by a number of research funders
• Rigorous peer review
• Immediate publication on acceptance
• High visibility
• Retaining the copyright to your article
To enable the journal to make all of its content open access, the Journal of Cloud Computing levies an article processing charge (APC) for each manuscript accepted after peer review. A number of APC waivers will be available to early submissions by request to the Editor-in-Chief.
Please note that thanks to Springer’s cooperation with BioMed Central, SpringerOpen journals are also included in BioMed Central’s Membership Program. If your institution is a Member, the cost for the APC is covered in full or in part by the Membership.
For more information about the journal and to submit your article, please visit the journal website.
Dr Lee Gillam, Editor-in-Chief Journal of Cloud Computing, on behalf of the Editorial Board