InformationWeek is a digital magazine which conducts corresponding face-to-face events, virtual events, and research. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was first published in 1985 by CMP Media, later called UBM Technology Group.
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The print edition began in 1985 using the name Information Week.
InformationWeek's stated mission is "the business value of technology". The InformationWeek website features news, an array of proprietary InformationWeek research, analysis on IT trends, a whitepaper library, and editorial content.
InformationWeek runs events such as the InformationWeek 500 Conference & Gala Awards.
There are 2.24 million average unique monthly visitors to InformationWeek.com, and more than 40,000 attendees of face-to-face and virtual events. More than 2 million are business technology buyers.
The BrainYard is a news and commentary website focused on social business produced by InformationWeek and the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. It covers the business uses of social media and collaboration technologies, including enterprise social networks for internal collaboration, social communities for customer support, and the sales, marketing, and customer support uses of public social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. The site also covers other enterprise collaboration technologies, such as videoconferencing and unified communications, particularly to the extent these are converging with social software.
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Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon. It was launched in November 2011 for Kindle Fire and Fire Phone, and a Fire TV version was launched in November 2017. The addition of Silk to the Echo Show was announced at an Amazon event in September 2018.The browser uses a split architecture where some of the processing is performed on Amazon's servers to improve webpage loading performance. It is based on the open source Chromium project that uses the Blink engine.Apache Tika
Apache Tika is a content detection and analysis framework, written in Java, stewarded at the Apache Software Foundation. It detects and extracts metadata and text from over a thousand different file types, and as well as providing a
Java library, has server and command-line editions suitable for use from other programming languages.Collabera
Collabera Inc is a company headquartered in Basking Ridge, New Jersey that provides professional information technology recruiting, staffing, consulting, and business services to companies worldwide. Collabera is one of the largest minority-owned IT staffing firm in the country, according to Staffing Industry Analysts, an industry advisory firm. Additionally, Collabera is the largest privately held technology company in New Jersey, by revenue, with $525 million in revenue for 2015 and approximately 4,200 employees throughout their New Jersey offices.Collabera's North American headquarters is in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, while its Asia Pacific headquarters is in Vadodara, Gujarat India. Collabera has offices in the United States, India, the Philippines, Singapore, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Malaysia.Converged infrastructure
Converged infrastructure is a way of structuring an information technology (IT) system which groups multiple components into a single optimized computing package. Components of a converged infrastructure may include servers, data storage devices, networking equipment and software for IT infrastructure management, automation and orchestration.
IT organizations use converged infrastructure to centralize the management of IT resources, to consolidate systems, to increase resource-utilization rates, and to lower costs. Converged infrastructures foster these objectives by implementing pools of computers, storage and networking resources that can be shared by multiple applications and managed in a collective manner using policy-driven processes.IT vendors and IT industry analysts use various terms to describe the concept of a converged infrastructure. These include "converged system", "unified computing", "fabric-based computing", and "dynamic infrastructure".David M. Ewalt
David M. Ewalt (born 1976) is an American journalist. He is currently deputy editor of special projects at Forbes. Prior to joining Forbes he worked at Newsday, InformationWeek and The Stony Brook Press.Dell EMC
Dell EMC (formerly EMC Corporation until 2016) is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, United States. Dell EMC sells data storage, information security, virtualization, analytics, cloud computing and other products and services that enable organizations to store, manage, protect, and analyze data. Dell EMC's target markets include large companies and small- and medium-sized businesses across various vertical markets. The company's stock (as EMC Corporation) was added to the New York Stock Exchange on April 6, 1986, and was also listed on the S&P 500 index.
EMC was acquired by Dell in 2016; at that time, Forbes noted EMC's "focus on developing and selling data storage and data management hardware and software and convincing its customers to buy its products independent of their other IT buying decisions" based on "best-of-breed." It was later renamed to Dell EMC.
Dell uses the EMC name with some of its products.Flashblock
Flashblock is a discontinued Flash content-filtering Firefox extension for Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey.Garmin Nüvifone
The Garmin Nüvifone is a line of Internet-enabled mobile phone and personal navigation devices manufactured by a partnership between Garmin and Asus. It makes use of a touchscreen with virtual keyboards and buttons.Keane (company)
Keane NTT is a Boston-based Information Technology services unit of NTT Data Corporation, itself a subsidiary of the Japanese national phone company, NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone) Group. It offers Application Services, as well as Infrastructure and Business Process Outsourcing solutions delivered through onsite, nearshore, and offshore resources.
It ranked 70 on the 2010 InformationWeek 500, a list of the top technology innovators in the U.S. Keane was recognized for advancing the practice of application management outsourcing (AMO) with its DynAMOSM solution, and was listed as an industry finalist for the Consulting & Business Services category.Microsoft Message Queuing
Microsoft Message Queuing or MSMQ is a message queue implementation developed by Microsoft and deployed in its Windows Server operating systems since Windows NT 4 and Windows 95. Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 also includes this component. In addition to its mainstream server platform support, MSMQ has been incorporated into Microsoft Embedded platforms since 1999 and the release of Windows CE 3.0.Mitre Corporation
The Mitre Corporation (stylized as The MITRE Corporation and MITRE) is an American not-for-profit organization based in Bedford, Massachusetts, and McLean, Virginia. It manages federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) supporting several U.S. government agencies.Now Software
Now Software was the producer of Now Up-to-Date & Contact, a calendaring software and contact manager for individuals and groups, for macOS and Windows. The company was incorporated in 1989.Now Software, then based in Portland, Oregon, was acquired by Qualcomm in 1997. At the time of acquisition, Qualcomm reported (based on data from the company and from industry research firm Softletter) that Now Software was the "71st-largest software company in the U.S. with close to two million users" of its products. Qualcomm also noted that Now Software's products had won high praise, "including Product of the Year, multiple Editor's and Reader's Choice honors and seven World Class Awards". In 1999, the intellectual properties of the original company, including the name, were acquired by Power On Software, which relaunched the company and name.On August 27, 2009, the company released Now X, the successor to Now Up-to-Date & Contact. Now X was rated poorly by Macworld, which called it "a program that doesn't rise anywhere near the level of its predecessor".In March 2010, the company suspended its day-to-day operations.In 2011, InformationWeek included Now Up-to-Date & Contact in its list of "Great Lost Software", sixteen great defunct software applications, along with Adobe FreeHand, Adobe GoLive, Ecco Pro, HyperCard, Lotus Improv, Outlook Express, Palm Desktop, Ventura Publisher, WriteNow, and others.Two of the original programmers of Now Up-to-Date, Dave Riggle and John Chaffee, moved on to found the software company BusyMac, which produces the software applications BusyCal and BusyContacts, filling a similar niche market to the one filled by Now Up-to-Date & Contact.Red Hacker Alliance
The Red Hacker Alliance (中国红客联盟) is an informal group of Chinese hackers that at one time had over 80,000 members, making it one of the largest hacking groups in the world. In December 2004, the group took down their website and became inactive until March 2005, when it regrouped and relaunched its site. Computer World Australia and InformationWeek both reported that members of the Red Hacker Alliance were involved in a planned DDOS attack against CNN.com on April 19, 2008. CNN reported that they took preventative measures after news broke of the impending attack.RightScale
RightScale is a company that sells software as a service for cloud computing management for multiple providers. The company is based in Santa Barbara, California.SAS (software)
SAS (previously "Statistical Analysis System") is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for advanced analytics, multivariate analysis, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics.
SAS was developed at North Carolina State University from 1966 until 1976, when SAS Institute was incorporated. SAS was further developed in the 1980s and 1990s with the addition of new statistical procedures, additional components and the introduction of JMP. A point-and-click interface was added in version 9 in 2004. A social media analytics product was added in 2010.Stephanie Stahl
Stephanie Stahl is the Editor-in-Chief of InformationWeek magazine. She is a journalist and speaker in the business technology market.
Stahl joined InformationWeek in 1992 as an associate editor. She is also the co-founding editor of various new InformationWeek launches, such as Government Enterprise and Healthcare Enterprise.UBM Technology Group
UBM Technology Group (formerly UBM Tech, UBM TechWeb, CMP Technology, CMP Media, and CMP Publications Inc.) is a business-to-business multimedia company that provides information and integrated marketing services to technology professionals worldwide. UBM Technology Group offers marketers and advertisers services such as print, newsletters, custom Web sites, and events. Its products and services include newspapers, magazines, Internet products, research, education and training, trade shows and conferences, direct marketing services and custom publishing.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, today UBM Technology Group is part of UBM, a global business-to-business (B2B) events organiser which in turn owned by Informa.Wikipedia Review
Wikipedia Review is a dormant Internet forum and blog for the discussion of Wikimedia Foundation projects, in particular the content and conflicts of Wikipedia. An InformationWeek Grok on Google blog described Wikipedia Review as "one of a number of Wikipedia watchdog" websites, "dedicated to scrutinizing Wikipedia and reporting on its flaws". It provides an independent forum to discuss Wikipedia editors and their influence on Wikipedia content. At its peak, participants included current Wikipedia editors, former Wikipedia editors, a few users banned from Wikipedia, and people who have never edited.Yammer
Yammer (/ˈjæm.ər/ ) is a freemium enterprise social networking service used for private communication within organizations. Access to a Yammer network is determined by a user's Internet domain so that only individuals with approved email addresses may join their respective networks.The service began as an internal communication system for the genealogy website Geni.com, and was launched as an independent product in 2008. Microsoft later acquired Yammer in 2012 for US$1.2 billion.
Major English-language science and technology magazines