InformationWeek: Connecting The Business Technology Community
InformationWeek defines the value of technology in the age of digital business. As the world’s most trusted business technology resource, InformationWeek offers independent insight and advice to help today's IT leaders navigate the fast-changing technology landscape and identify the best strategies and tools to drive their organizations forward.
InformationWeek provides a trusted environment for IT decision-makers to learn from experienced journalists, subject matter experts, and their peers to explore new ideas, find answers to their business technology questions, and solve their most pressing problems. If an IT product or platform isn’t tied to delivering on business goals, it’s of little interest to InformationWeek.
InformationWeek partners with UBM’s flagship independent IT event, Interop ITX -- aligning content, inspirational IT leadership speakers and expert editorial insight to provide IT professionals with career advice and technology resources 365 days a year.
The InformationWeek network brings together sister publications Dark Reading and Network Computing to provide comprehensive coverage of the six core topics of Interop ITX: Security, Infrastructure, Cloud, Data & Analytics, Devops, and Leadership & Professional Development.
Together, the InformationWeek network and Interop ITX informs and connects today's IT leaders, whether they are meeting in person or congregating online.
2018 State of the CloudCloud adoption is growing, but how are organizations taking advantage of it? Interop ITX and InformationWeek surveyed technology decision-makers to find out, read this report to discover what they had to say!
Infographic: The State of DevOps in 2017Is DevOps helping organizations reduce costs and time-to-market for software releases? What's getting in the way of DevOps adoption? Find out in this InformationWeek and Interop ITX infographic on the state of DevOps in 2017.
Cybersecurity Strategies for the Digital EraAt its core, digital business relies on strong security practices. In addition, leveraging security intelligence and integrating security with operations and developer teams can help organizations push the boundaries of innovation.