eWeek

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eWeek
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Editor-in-Chief John Pallatto (since 2012)
Categories Computer magazines, Business magazines
Frequency Semimonthly
Circulation 225,000
First issue 1983
Company QuinStreet
Country  United States
Language English
Website www.eweek.com
ISSN 1530-6283

eWEEK is a technology and business magazine. QuinStreet now owns and operates eWEEK as part of an Enterprise portfolio of organic media and digital marketing sites.

Mission[edit]

eWEEK has a stated mission to provide technology decision-makers with a mix of breaking news, analysis, trends, and reviews to help them make educated IT buying decisions. eWEEK is a PageRank: 6 site and its articles are found in Google News.

Audience[edit]

According to a 2010 survey released by eWEEK, the eWEEK audience is actively involved in buying enterprise technology. It is primarily composed of IT professionals and managers, along with some corporate and line-of-business decision-makers involved in the IT purchasing process.

Key focus areas[edit]

Given the website structure and editorial content that eWEEK creates, the site focuses on the following topics: Cloud computing, mobile technology, data center and infrastructure, security and enterprise applications, as well as IT careers and leadership information.

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