Call for Papers: CMG Journal

CMG's continued success depends on the organization's position and recognition in the technology management industry. Your contributions in writing papers, volunteering, and attending CMG events add to CMG's success.

Other than CMG’s Conference Proceedings, The CMG Journal of Computer Resource Management is the leading publication dedicated to Computer Performance Evaluation (CPE). It is an important publication for those interested in keeping current with technology and developments in the CPE field.

To maintain the CMG Journal’s high standards, we need your help in providing current, thought provoking papers. Keep in mind that these papers may also be submitted for consideration for the CMG International Conference. CMG is looking for previously unpublished papers that address information technology issues across many subjects. (see below) Your experiences, both good and bad, in dealing with hardware, software, or services are also welcome.

You might be asking yourself, "Why publish in the CMG Journal?" Consider that the CMG Journal offers you a chance to get your research paper or your user experience out to over 1,500 computing professionals around the world. Additionally, if you do not have the desire to present in person or just don't think you will be able to attend the CMG Annual Conference, then the CMG Journal is ideally suited to you. Although papers published in the CMG Journal need to be in the same format as the CMG Proceedings there is no requirement for you to attend or present at the conference.

The CMG Journal is published at least three times per year, and more if we have sufficient papers.

CMG welcomes you to submit papers in subject areas such as:

  • OS/390, Unix, NT, Linux user experiences in capacity and performance areas.
  • Internet, WEB, Email, B2B, B2C, or other related e-business performance and capacity issues.
  • Storage - SAN, NAS, or Direct Attached; including channel, network, backup/restore, Disaster Recovery.
  • Network anything - always looking to address network related performance/capacity topics
  • Chargeback and Security

Please consider writing a paper for the CMG Journal. It is a great way to gain exposure for you, for your company, and a way to publish your experiences without needing to present at the annual CMG Conference.

Best regards,

Stephen R. Guendert, Ph. D.
CMG Journal Editor

Send inquiries to [email protected]