The Journal of Integrated Information Management comprises research articles and reviews on all aspects and issues regarding Information Science and Integrated Information Management. Case studies on applied research as well as theoretical discussions addressing methodological questions are also of interest to this Journal. Furthermore, the role of Informatics as a necessary tool for Information Science & Management comprises a thematic cluster central to the objectives of the Journal. Starting from the integration of informational function of cultural organizations (Libraries Archives Museums) the Journal expand its interest in scientific, administration and business aspects of Information Science & Management, as well as in related perspectives of social sciences and the humanities.

JIIM content includes Archival Studies,  Records and Documents Management, Big data, Data Visualization, Metadata Standards, Information Communication Exchange Standards, Library and Information Science (LIS), Integrated Information Management, Digital Curation and Collections, Digital Data Preservation, Material Conservation and Preservation, Information Policy and Law, Publishing, Information Management Systems, Bibliometrics and Altmetrics, Philosophical and Methodological Approaches to LIS, Health information, Digital Humanities, Management of Information Organizations, Business Information Systems,  Marketing and Communication, Cultural Heritage Management, Libraries for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion topics.