Computerworld focuses on empowering enterprise users and their managers, helping them create business advantage by skillfully exploiting today’s abundantly powerful web, mobile, and desktop applications. Computerworld also offers guidance to IT managers tasked with optimizing client systems—and helps businesses revolutionize the customer and employee experience with new collaboration platforms.
Our Audience, Your Target
Computerworld is a trusted resource for enterprise-level IT management seeking to align their business and tech goals. We lead with news analysis, transformational technologies and trends, and peer-based content featuring real-world strategies to implement tech that drives business results.
According to a Marketing Sherpa study, as organizations increase in size, so do the number of stakeholders involved in the purchasing process. The good news? Only Computerworld delivers efficient coverage of all key stakeholders in the tech purchase process. As a result, tech leaders consistently rely on us for dependable information delivered from the perspective of their peers.
What's Unique to Computerworld?
AGENDA is the business leadership conference focused on meeting the strategic need of companies to create a digital-first strategy. AGENDA incorporates the Ones to Watch Awards that showcases rising technology leaders and the Digital Edge 50 Awards recognizing digital achievers whose organizations have made great strides toward being a digital-centric business. Together with our sponsor partners, AGENDA provides IT and business leaders with the strategy, ideas and action needed for key business issues they face.
We conduct an annual study to determine IT priorities for the upcoming year. This includes areas such as spending, staffing and technology.
The Computerworld editorial teams compile this exhaustive annual list of organizations that attract the best and brightest in IT. One hundred winning organizations are chosen based on a comprehensive questionnaire focused on offerings such as benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention, and worker satisfaction.
IT decision-makers are constantly faced with new technologies and charged with understanding their benefits and shortcomings. An Executive Crash Course provides in-depth insight and actionable advice from the experienced editors of Computerworld on a specific tech topic. Mobile app strategy, incorporating AI, crafting cloud contracts, information lifecycle management and many other topics are offered.
Our Editorial Team
Computerworld delivers high-quality, trusted content on trending technologies. With a huge volume of award-winning editorial content and expansive coverage across influential, relevant topics, Computerworld attracts and engages the full spectrum of IT decision-makers.
With over 30 years of editorial experience, executive editor Ken Mingis leads a team of journalists and editorial professionals to produce the Computerworld website and monthly digital magazine. This includes 20+ full time staff, 30+ bloggers, and 25+ IDG News Service staff with a combined average tenure of 11.9 years with Computerworld. Since 2012, they have received nearly 60 editorial awards.
Ken Mingis, Executive Editor
Computerworld is a digital-only property focused on tech trends currently facing our IT decision-maker readers. Due to the ever-evolving nature of this field, we do not produce an editorial calendar. If you have a timely pitch that you would like the editorial team to consider, please contact the appropriate reporter on the Computerworld team.
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