Aim and Scope


Dinasti International Journal of Digital Business Management (DIJDBM) provides widespread coverage of high quality research in a broad range of topics such as digital business management science and technology advancements, and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews are invited for publication in all areas of digital business management science and technology. It is therefore a multidisciplinary journal inspired by diversity and open to methodological plurality. Our main concern is that articles have strong theoretical foundations, meet the highest analytical standards, and provide new insights that contribute to the better understanding of managerial phenomena.



Published papers are the results of research, reflection, and actual critical studies with respect to the themes of integrating digital business management science and technology:

  • Information overload
  • Econtent Management
  • Web Publishing
  • Data Management
  • Information Management
  • Information Search and Retrieval Management
  • Web Information Retrieval
  • Knowledge Management
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Digital Information Archiving
  • Digital Information Literacy
  • Intranet, Extranet and Portal Management
  • Information clustering
  • Digital Libraries
  • Reference Linking
  • Information Extraction
  • Virtual information world
  • Information Visualization and visual exploration of knowledge domain
  • Mathematical models, computing methods
  • Digitalisation in product design/manufacturing/measuring
  • Product service systems, decision-making systems
  • CAD/CAE/CAM/PLM, etc, digital hardware, e-technologies
  • Service/manufacturing-oriented digital enterprises, integration
  • Enterprise networks/dynamics/clusters, extended/virtual organisations


As such, the journal showcases the latest thinking, practice and developments in digital asset management, including:

  • Distribution, protection and monetization of digital assets
  • Valuing digital assets
  • Metadata, taxonomy and search
  • Digital content workflows
  • Digital rights management
  • DAM and social media
  • Maximizing the value of DAM system functionality
  • The DAM vendor landscape
  • Selecting the right DAM system
  • Measuring ROI on DAM investments
  • New technologies and what they offer
  • Storage and archive solutions
  • Operational efficiencies
  • Content and data architectures
  • Video and video on demand


Essential reading for group heads, departmental heads, managing directors, directors, SVPs, EVPs, VPs and senior managers of:

  • Digital asset management
  • Digital media
  • Marketing operations
  • Content management
  • Digital rights management
  • Media operations
  • Digital libraries
  • Archiving
  • Creative services
  • Taxonomy
  • Marketing and brand management
  • Photography services
  • IT and technology architecture
  • Website management; as well as
  • C-Suite executives
  • Service providers, consultants and analysts
  • DRM legal advisors


As well as papers, which report the findings of empirical research, papers, which provide critical literature reviews of research on specific digital business management science and technology   topics of international interest, will also be welcome.