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Chief Digital Officer is a new online publication that caters to senior managers whose responsibilities intersect digital business, online marketing, and web technology. For more information, visit ChiefDigitalOfficer.net.
Dark Reading is a comprehensive news and information portal that focuses on IT security, helping information security professionals manage the balance between data protection and user access. Led by Editor In Chief Tim Wilson, Dark Reading serves as a security dashboard for busy IT professionals keeping them informed on what's new or how well it works.
FierceCIO guides IT executives on optimal IT management by providing them with best practices, business intelligence, and forward-looking IT strategies. Stay up-to-date on the latest in IT security, staffing, and spending trends by visiting our website and signing up for our free, twice-weekly email news briefing.
FierceFinanceIT monitors the developments driving financial technology forward - data management strategies, financial services convergence, mobile banking growth, dark pools, and more. Financial managers and IT executives visit the website and subscribe to FierceFinanceIT's free, weekly email newsletter to stay ahead of the curve.
FierceGovernmentIT tracks the latest technological developments in the U.S. government. Federal employees and IT executives rely on our website and free email newsletter for news on cybersecurity, defense IT, network communication systems, open government and other IT advances implemented by government agencies.
Health Data Management has been the leading source for news and in-depth analysis on using information technology to achieve business goals and improve the quality of care. The only I.T. magazine in the field written exclusively by a team of experienced journalists, Health Data Management has captured numerous awards for journalistic excellence.
InformationWeek Global CIO provides senior technology leaders with unique business technology insights, strategic analysis, practical tools and resources, and an exclusive peer-to-peer online think tank. Featuring an online destination, in-depth coverage in InformationWeek Magazine, research reports and CIO-led live and web-based events, Global CIO maps to the way CIOs communicate and consume information.
InformationWeek Government provides news, analysis, research, and insight on the IT strategies and initiatives of federal, state, and local governments and government agencies. The InformationWeek Government site and integrated content offerings are timed to serve federal government IT professionals tasked with the responsibility of analyzing the IT products, services, policies, and vendor strategies aimed at the government sector.
InformationWeek Healthcare covers the IT strategies and initiatives that professionals are using to redefine the healthcare industry — from the way patients are treated, to how payers are reimbursed. InformationWeek Healthcare combines its distinct editorial point of view with a deep understanding of information technology to analyze the issues, products, and services that are transforming healthcare.
Information Management is the educated reader's choice for the latest news, commentary and feature content serving the information technology and business community. Information Management has grown readership and market share through interactive features, case studies, original reporting, online radio programming, informative Web seminars, white paper resources, thought provoking blogs and incisive thought leadership.
Insurance & Technology provides in-depth insight and analysis for insurance company technology and business executives in key lines of business — life, property/casualty, reinsurance and health. Led by editorial director, Katherine Burger, Insurance & Technology’s ongoing areas of focus include policy administration, claims, distribution, regulation/compliance, risk management/underwriting, security, customer insight/business intelligence and architecture/infrastructure.
ITSMF is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to fostering senior-level, executive talent among African-American technology professionals. Our goal is to prepare African-American technology professionals for senior-level responsibility by offering executive career development, mentoring and networking opportunities for advancing to the C-suite.
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Network Computing's content adheres to the valuable "For IT, By IT" methodology, delivering timely strategy & tactics, news, in-depth features, expert reviews, opinionated blogs, newsletters and digital issues on an array of key enterprise technologies: back-up and recovery, data center architecture and technologies, data protection, network and storage management, unified communications, virtualization, wan acceleration, and wireless networking.
Serving over 5 million senior executives, thought leaders and industry professionals, SmartBrief is the leading online publisher of targeted business news and information by industry. By combining technology and editorial expertise, SmartBrief filters thousands of sources daily to deliver the most relevant industry news in partnership with more than 180 trade associations, professional societies, nonprofits and corporate entities.
Wall Street & Technology delivers in-depth coverage of trends and technology to the executives that are shaping the securities industry; including low-latency demands, high-frequency trading, data and risk management strategy, and data security. The editorial derives from the experience and knowledge of the industry's most senior staff of editors, and our close work with other leading securities industry experts.
WITI is the premiere global organization empowering women in business and technology to attain their professional goals and dreams. With a global network of smart, tech–savvy women, WITI has powerful programs and partnerships that provide connections, resources, opportunities and a supportive environment. Since 1989, WITI has delivered value to individuals, small businesses, and corporations. www.witi.com. Build. Empower. Inspire.
The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA), a not–for–profit organization, founded in 1967, provides financial industry technology professionals, vendors, service providers, and consultants with forums to learn from and connect with each other. The WSTA facilitates seminars and networking events where members meet and exchange ideas and best practices that assist them in effectively capitalizing on technology advances and dealing with financial industry business challenges.