The Science and Information Organization
The Science and Information (SAI) Organization is an independent publishing and conference management company founded in 2010 in Queens, New York. SAI is operated from principal offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and India. SAI's publishing program includes articles published in its journals in different domains of computer science and information technology. The SAI Organization is a CrossRef registered publisher member and all articles and papers published in its journals are Open Access and assigned a DOI. The SAI Organization also organizes its annual academic conference Science and Information Conference in Cooperation with Springer and IEEE. In 2013, the SAI Organization successfully organized its first conference in the planned series of yearly conferences, Science and Information Conference was witnessed by 160 researchers and students from over 55 countries. Proceedings were published by The Science and Information (SAI) Organization and indexed in IEEE Xplore. The conference was held from October 7-9, 2013 at Thistle Hotel London Heathrow, London, United Kingdom.
International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications (IJACSA). IJACSA's mission is to provide an outlet for quality research to be publicised and published to a global audience. It aims to promote universal access with equal opportunities for international scientific community; to scientific knowledge, and the creation, and dissemination of scientific and technical information. In sync with the Journal's vision "to be a respected publication that publishes research articles, as well as review and survey papers contributed by International community of Authors", we have drawn reviewers and editors from Institutions and Universities across the globe to ensure that we retain high standards. At IJACSA, we stand strong because we know that global challenges make way for new innovations, new ways and new talent. IJACSA is an Open Access Journal and all past issues are available at the Archives section.