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International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC)

International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC)
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Sam Goundar (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) and Kashif Munir (National College of Business Administration & Economics, Pakistan)
Published: Continuous Volume
Copyright: ©2018
DOI: 10.4018/IJFC
ISSN: 2572-4908
EISSN: 2572-4894


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Fog Computing is an emerging area of research that expands mobile cloud computing services to satisfy customer’s requirements between the devices and cloud. Current cloud computing architecture has been reported as unsuitable for the Internet of Things (IoT) where sensors and actuators are embedded in physical objects that are linked to the Internet through wired and wireless networks. Billions of devices now being connected (IoT) produce terabytes of data daily that need a better infrastructure for dissemination, data mining and analytics (Big Data). Fog Computing works in conjunction with cloud computing to tackle these challenges and optimizes the efficient use of all resources. The International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC) through its publication aims to provide an international forum for researchers to discuss and address these challenges and propose innovative solutions, products, theories and concepts for seamless future computing infrastructures.


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The primary objective of the International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC) is to be a primary forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate the evolving theory and practice related to fog computing, providing comprehensive coverage and understanding in its management, technological, business, organizational and use dimensions. The secondary objective of this journal is a thorough examination of Fog Computing with respect to issues of management, architecture, deployment, application, governance, trust, privacy, security, interoperability and access. The mission of the International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC) is to provide opportunities for investigation, discussion, dissemination and exchange of ideas in relation to Fog Computing internationally across the widest spectrum of scholarly and practitioner opinions to promote theoretical, empirical and comparative research on problems confronting all the stakeholders. The International Journal of Fog Computing (IJFC) envisions itself as the premier journal for all Fog Computing related publications and as a journal that will continue to publish quality peer-reviewed research papers and take it consideration all future technological trends and development of Fog Computing.

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