InformationWeek

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InformationWeek
InformationWeek logo.png
VP, Editor In Chief Rob Preston
Categories Technology B2B
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 220,000
Publisher UBM Tech
First issue 1979
Company UBM LLC
Country United States
Based in San Francisco, California
Website www.informationweek.com
ISSN 8750-6874

InformationWeek is a digital magazine available at www.informationweek.com, which conducts corresponding face-to-face events, virtual events, and research. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was first published in 1979 by CMP Media, later called CMP Technology.

History[edit]

  • May 1997 through 2000 - The worldwide regional publications of LAN Magazine were renamed to the already existing Network Magazine. Networkmagazine.com and lanmag.com now redirect to informationweek.com[1][2][3]
  • September 2005 - Network Magazine (networkmagazine.com) was renamed IT Architect (itarchitect.com).[4] The offline publication was shutdown after the March 2006 issue.[5] itarchitect.com now redirects to InformationWeek.
  • June 2006 - The company announced that offline publication of Network Computing would be merged with Information Week. Online, Network Computing (networkcomputing.com) would provide technical content; whereas, informationweek.com would provide news.[6]
  • 2008 - CMP Technology was restructured into four independent operating divisions under the common banner of UBM.
  • 2013 - The monthly Information Week print magazine ceased publication. It had 220,000 print magazine subscribers (many of whom received free promotional subscriptions).[7]

Mission[edit]

InformationWeek's stated mission is "the business value of technology".[citation needed] The InformationWeek website features news, an array of proprietary InformationWeek research, analysis on IT trends, a whitepaper library, and editorial content.

InformationWeek Research identifies and interprets business technology trends and issues, producing more than 100 studies each year.[8][9] Among its studies and reports are:

  • The annual InformationWeek 500[10] (a listing of the nation's top users of information technology)
  • The National IT Salary Survey[11] (IT employee-based compensation and benefits study)
  • The Global Information Security Study (6 languages, more than 15 countries participate)

InformationWeek runs events such as the InformationWeek 500 Conference & Gala Awards.[12]

Markets[edit]

There are 2.24 million average unique monthly visitors to InformationWeek.com,[13] and more than 40,000 attendees of face-to-face and virtual events. More than 2 million are business technology buyers.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alan Zeichick". camdenassociates.com. Under the Technical Publishing heading. Retrieved 9 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "New name, hot technologies.(Editorial)". highbeam.com. United States edition. 1 May 1997. 
  3. ^ "Gazing through the crystal ball - Editorial". networkmagazineindia.com. India edition (Network Magazine). August 2001. 
  4. ^ "CMP Media's Network Magazine Changes Name to IT Architect Effective with September 2005 Issue". prnewswire.com. 1 September 2005. 
  5. ^ Zeichick, Alan (13 June 2007). "CMP whacks Network Computing, Optimize". blogspot.com. Seventh paragraph: Former editor-in-chief of Network Magazine. 
  6. ^ "In Major Restructuring, CMP Focuses Online". foliomag.com. 13 June 2007. 
  7. ^ BPA Worldwide, InformationWeek's December 2012 Audit Statement
  8. ^ "InformationWeek Reports". informationweekanalytics.com. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  9. ^ "InformationWeek Reports". informationweekreports.com. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  10. ^ "InformationWeek 500". InformationWeek. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  11. ^ Informationweek.com Reports
  12. ^ "Events". InformationWeek. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  13. ^ Omniture SiteCatalyst Report: Jan - Dec 2012

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