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batye
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batye,
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11/15/2013 | 1:22:53 PM
I'm glad to see the Information Week :)
I'm glad to see Information Week relaunching this weekend on the DeusM platform
DavidMichael
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DavidMichael,
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11/15/2013 | 9:56:43 PM
Looks great
The new site looks fantastic!
Brian.Dean
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Brian.Dean,
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11/15/2013 | 11:24:44 PM
Inevitability of Change and Inter-linked Relationships
Firstly Congratulations! Especially to the community! Secondly, it was inevitable as for years upon years InformationWeek has been delivering quality information to a tech community, changing its attitude and understanding -- in turn the community has changed InformationWeek with its high-tech solutions and openness, that's the inter-linked relationship I was talking about.

However, nothing is complete yet as change is an on-going process, they have been many single and isolated solutions like Big-Data, SDN, IMS, Cloud etc, government policy, business strategies and many more, that have at some point or the other seemed like that single exclusive silver bullet that will solve everything but the reality has always been that they have their limitations. The one thing that does not have any limitations is, if we can openly match up everything against everything else in an economy to create efficiency, then great things will happen. 

 
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Camber,
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11/16/2013 | 9:23:42 AM
Kudos
Not only does Information Week look great but it also reads great.  Nice welcoming post.
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MikeP688,
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11/16/2013 | 12:47:18 PM
Congratulations on the Transformation
I wanted to congratulate you all on the transformation at hand and look forward to the on-going engaging effort here as I also continue onward w/my engagement w/Internet Evolution.   :-)
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aditshar,
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11/16/2013 | 3:17:30 PM
Re: Mobile Commenting
I agree you Yuschick, it really fun to read, comment and learn...but i would request IW to please launch application windows store...it will make much easy to comment and learn...
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virsingh211,
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11/16/2013 | 4:28:55 PM
Re: Mobile Commenting
The site gives eye soothing look and lot of material to read, congratulations to team for consolidating variety of information on single platform, in true terms it is information week, although i still love my laptop over mobile so for me it is all on track.
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snunyc,
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11/16/2013 | 5:18:48 PM
Bravo!
Congrats @Rob and the whole team at InformationWeek. Really looking forward to being a part of this community and joining in the discussions.

Your content has always been top-notch and I can see that nothing has changed there. What's exciting to me is the way you're giving us a forum now to be able to interact and learn from your team and from one another. Thanks for bringing us all together!
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Ellis Booker,
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11/16/2013 | 5:40:01 PM
Congrats on the relaunch!
Rob,

Web site relaunches are NO fun--I've been through a few myself over the years--and it seems you guys are managing this one smoothly. Bravo! 

I'm especially pleased to see how much attention the new site is giving to the "community" aspect around comments and so forth. That strategy is exactly right. Making it easier for readers to interact with IWeek--and each other--is vital. 

Looking forward to many informative stories and conversations. 

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P.S. One request: Spellchecker in the front-end comments editor! (If yours truly can launch a personal Joomla site with this feature, I'm certain UBM's crackerjack team can too.) You know, some poor bastards can't speel worthe a dyme and need all the help we can get.
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DavidLawrence2,
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11/16/2013 | 6:23:39 PM
Great site and approach
The new site is fabulous and I am looking forward to the quality of conversations on this site. Technology is the key driver for two-way conversations like this and is thus highly appropriate for a technology site!
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