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InformationWeek Business Technology Network
2012 Editorial Calendar
April
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04/23 InformationWeek Magazine Print 04/02
2012 InformationWeek Salary Survey
For more than a decade, our annual survey has tracked salary trends in IT jobs. We go beyond
the dollars and cents to look at staffing, career, and personnel management issues essential to
IT leaders.
Backup In The Cloud: 12 Options
InformationWeek's 2012 Cloud Storage buyer's guide will focus on storage and backup services
for enterprise users, as well as file sharing and synchronization. The report will include service
details from 12 vendors, including Symantec, Dropbox, Carbonite, Nirvanix, and more.
04/23 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 04/02
Big Data
How to process and analyze massive amounts of data on comparatively inexpensive hardware.
Technologies include Hadoop, Map-Reduce, etc.
04/23 InformationWeek Government Digital 04/09
Cybersecurity
In this issue, we assess where government agencies are in the transition to continuous
monitoring and other new technologies they’re using to secure their computing environments
from zero-day vulnerabilities and other serious cyber threats.
04/26 InformationWeek Virtual Event 04/09
Social Business
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04/30 InformationWeek SMB Digital 04/16
The Cloud Beyond SaaS
SMBs are big SaaS users. But they also have a legacy IT infrastructure they can't afford to
entirely retire, but they're eager to tap the lower maintenance and fixed costs that could come
from cloud infrastructure. They need a roadmap for how to start moving systems to cloud-based
infrastructure as a service.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
May
Date Product
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May Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 04/09
Big Data
How to process and analyze massive amounts of data on comparatively inexpensive hardware.
Technologies include Hadoop, Map-Reduce, etc.
05/07 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 04/23
2012 Strategic Security Survey
Our 15th annual Strategic Security Survey takes a practical look at enterprise IT security with a
focus on how companies are going beyond just reacting to threats in order to reduce risks.
05/10 InformationWeek Magazine Digital – Best of Interop Special Issue 04/23
Best Of Interop
InformationWeek Report’s annual Best Of Interop awards honor significant product and
technology advancements among exhibitors at the show. We’ll profile winners in various
categories, including cloud computing, collaboration, wireless and mobility, and data center and
storage, as well as the overall Best Of Interop winner.
05/14 InformationWeek Magazine Print 04/23
IT Spending Priorities
This new InformationWeek survey delves into IT leaders' budgets and spending priorities. We
examine the software, hardware, and IT technologies they're planning to fund, as well as the
tradeoffs they face as they try to make their dollars stretch.
Mobile Security
Securing mobile communications is a top priority as companies deal with increasingly mobile
workforces and new mobile devices and technologies. Find out what companies are doing and
what they should be doing to secure all their mobile assets using cellular, Wi-Fi, and other
wireless technologies.
Bonus Distribution
Interop Las Vegas
05/6 - 05/10
Qty: 3,000
CTIA Wireless
(New Orleans)
05/08 - 05/19
Qty: 1,000
05/14 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 04/23
Microsoft Database
We’ll discuss SQL Server/NoSQL on Microsoft technologies
05/14 Network Computing Digital 04/30
Storage Virtualization Now
Virtualization isn’t just for servers. Storage virtualization technologies are available to help IT
provision storage resources more quickly, and are essential for organizations adopting a private
cloud model. We’ll look at what storage virtualization entails, identify the benefits and
drawbacks, and outline the table-stakes features for SAN and NAS devices.
05/17 InformationWeek Virtual Event 04/30
Enterprise Mobility
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May
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05/21 InformationWeek Healthcare Digital 05/07
InformationWeek Healthcare CIO 25
Our second annual compilation of the executives leading the healthcare IT revolution will
highlight innovators and early adopters, and query visionaries on what comes next in medical
informatics.
05/24 InformationWeek Government Virtual Event 05/07
Cybersecurity
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05/28 InformationWeek Magazine Print 05/07
Bring Your Own Cloud
The consumerization of IT is moving to new levels as employees bring services to work along
with their own devices and apps. Our original research takes a look at the latest trends in this
area and what IT managers need to know to make the consumerized workplace effective and
secure.
Desktop Delivery
The next phase of virtual desktops involves the convergence of virtual desktop infrastructure
and cloud application delivery. We examine issues of scale, performance, and support.
IPv6: This Time, It’s for Real
In 2012, IPv6 support will be turned on and left on. This report will address what enterprise IT
needs to consider when it comes to IPv6 and how to set priorities to get the organization
compliant as smoothly and inexpensively as possible. In addition to providing an overview of
where IPv6 matters, this report will weigh the business priorities of either adding or omitting
IPv6 support in key enterprise applications; discuss upgrading websites; explain how to bring
IPv6 to the desktop and how IT can best support remote workers; and offer a peek at our
exclusive trending research.
05/28 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 05/07
Web Development
HTML5, Ajax/RIA, WebSockets, Load Testing, ASP.NET
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2012 Editorial Calendar
June
Date Product
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June Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 05/07
Web Development
HTML5, Ajax/RIA, WebSockets, Load Testing, ASP.NET
06/04 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 05/21
Collaboration Gets Even More Social
For social collaboration to take off in the workplace, it must be integrated with the applications
and business processes of employees' daily grind, rather than an extra task.
Managing Video As A Data Asset
As video conferencing technology improves and desktop conferencing becomes standard
practice at many companies, the need to effectively manage video assets takes on new
urgency. We look at how video fits in areas such as document management, analytics, and
discovery.
06/11 InformationWeek Magazine Print 05/21
Data Center Strategies
This article examines how companies are incorporating differing architecture strategies from
general purpose private clouds to highly specialized hardware. Our research will ask IT pros
what they think of optimized hardware-software appliances that can be quickly put into
production, versus general purpose, highly virtualized computing resources that can be applied
to myriad tasks. Are new architectures really making data center's simpler, cheaper, and faster?
Business Intelligence: Incorporating External Data
Business intelligence systems often lack one important asset: pulling relevant information from
external data sources. We'll look at how to pull data from richer external data sources.
Bonus Distribution
Info360 Conference
(New York)
06/12 - 06/14
Qty: 1,500
Enterprise 2.0
(Boston)
06/18 - 06/21
Qty: 1,500
06/11 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 05/21
ASP.NET/MVC/HTML5
We’ll look at these web applications in the context of Microsoft Technologies
06/11 InformationWeek Government Digital 05/25
Agile Government
The Office of Management and Budget is encouraging agencies to make increased use of “light
technologies,” including cloud computing and shared services, as a way of realizing cost
savings and other efficiencies. We explore what government IT pros are doing to deliver
technologies and services more quickly and, in the process, make their agencies more nimble.
06/25 InformationWeek Magazine Print 06/04
Sentiment Analytics: Taking The Pulse Of The Social Sphere
Corporate Facebook and Twitter pages can helpful when it comes to engaging with customers,
but how do you make sense of all the noise when it reaches a massive scale? We'll explore the
strategies and technologies that help companies understand sentiment, intent, and influence in
social media, including how to make sure it's really your customers that you're listening to.
Private Cloud Automation
Next up for private cloud initiatives: automation technology. Is your organization ready to take
that plunge? We'll explore the fundamentals of preparing for these initiatives and best practices
for deploying, testing, and eventually letting automation systems run without human intervention
in production environments. We'll also examine integration and performance optimization issues
involved with promising new automation technologies.
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June
Date Product
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06/25 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 06/04
Security
Detecting break-ins, preventing them, the anatomy of a virus, and writing malware.
06/28 InformationWeek Virtual Event 06/11
Big Data Analytics
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2012 Editorial Calendar
July
Date Product
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July Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 06/05
Tools
An examination of the new tools coming forward to help programmers cope with the changes
happening in software development. These include more distributed tools, products with Web
front ends, and cloud back ends. And, of course, products that can scale to the massive data
sizes of Big Data and the many cores of processor power on all devices
07/09 Dr. Dobb’s Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 06/18
Tools
Further examination of the new tools coming forward to help programmers cope with the
changes happening in software development.
07/09 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 06/18
Tools
With a focus on the Microsoft Windows Platform, we examine the new tools coming forward to
help programmers cope with the changes happening in software development.
07/09 InformationWeek Magazine Print 06/18
Innovation Mandate 2
In 2010, we released groundbreaking research exploring the state of the U.S. IT industry and
the country’s standing as the global technology leader. Now, two years later, most profound IT-
based innovations still come from the U.S., not from Asia or Europe. We’ll revisit our Innovation
Mandate research.
Integrating Security Into Operations
A big challenge for security information and event management, or SIEM, is integrating it with
the rest of the network and application management systems so as not to create another
management silo. We'll provide a reference architecture for SIEM deployments, and our IT Pro
survey will examine IT professionals’ opinions of various vendors’ SIEM tools. We'll also explore
the challenges of incorporating SIEM into the operational culture and the risks some tools pose.
Bonus Distribution:
Black Hat USA
(Las Vegas, NV)
07/21 – 07/26
Qty: 200
07/16 Dark Reading Digital 07/02
Why A DDoS Mitigation Service Could Save You
High-profile orgs are increasingly the target of attack by Anonymous, LulzSec, and other groups
that attempt to inflict economic damage using large botnets to launch DDoS exploits. These are
often of such scale and complexity that defeating them requires skill sets and network
bandwidth beyond what most IT shops have in house. We’ll survey security incident response
and mitigation services like Prolexic, Verisign, and Savvis, describe what they do, how much
they cost, when you should turn to them, and what, if any, other techniques you can do on their
own.
07/30 InformationWeek Healthcare Digital 07/02
High Profile Health CIOs Tackle 2012 IT Challenges
Our July digital issue will feature highlights from InformationWeek Healthcare's first annual CIO
roundtable. CIOs from several top-tier healthcare organizations came together in early July to
brainstorm many of the most vexing IT challenges of 2012. Topics on the table included finding
the best strategies to meet Stage 2 Meaningful Use; preparing for the pay-for-performance
future; making use of advanced clinical analytics; and dealing with the bring-your-own-device
challenge.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
July
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07/23 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 07/09
The Compliance Risk: Building Trust
Most companies are regulated one way or another these days, and many face multiple
overlapping government, industry, and vertical requirements. And as new technologies—the
cloud, for instance—emerge, compliance gets even more challenging because you have to
worry about a veritable web of business partners, outsourcers, cloud technology providers, and
other third parties that could put your business at risk. IT can help bring order to this chaos by
implementing a regulatory-aware vendor governance program that ensures trusted business
partners are just that.
Innovative Storage Architectures
As companies hold on to more and more of their data, storage providers are pitching new
approaches that challenge the status quo of tiered storage, deduplication, and other storage
technology. We take a look at these new options, and how they can help with the data deluge.
07/30 InformationWeek Healthcare Virtual Event 07/16
EHRs
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2012 Editorial Calendar
August
Date Product
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Aug.Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 07/05
Testing
As the number of platforms continues to proliferate (multiple mobile platforms, multiple cloud
hosts, multiple browser capabilities), testing has become an increasingly complex task. This
series of articles examines the state of testing today, how it can be improved, and what
developers can do to improve all the various forms of testing.
08/02 Dr. Dobb's Virtual Event 07/16
Software Development
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08/13 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 07/23
Testing
The Testing series continues as we examine the state of testing today, how it can be improved,
and what developers can do to improve all the various forms of testing.
08/13 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 07/23
Testing
With a focus on the Microsoft Windows Platform, this part of the series of articles examines the
state of testing today, how it can be improved, and what developers can do to improve all the
various forms of testing.
08/13 InformationWeek Magazine Print 07/23
Annual Enterprise Apps Research
This survey looks at the essential trends in enterprise apps, including the role ERP, BI, and
CRM systems play in driving business change, and what IT professionals say their priorities will
be in this area for the coming year.
Next Generation WAN
We’ll dig into IT's biggest WAN concerns, from security to the impact online applications have
on bandwidth needs. Our exclusive InformationWeek research will examine trends in this area
over the last two years.
08/13 InformationWeek Government Digital 07/30
Government IT Priorities
In our exclusive, annual survey of federal IT executives,
InformationWeek Government assesses what's driving IT decisions and spending within federal
agencies, and what agencies are doing to satisfy key federal IT initiatives. Our report analyzes
federal IT plans for networking, storage, business intelligence, virtualization, data center
consolidation, and much more. We evaluate what’s driving IT priorities and obstacles to meeting
those goals.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
August
Date Product
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08/16 InformationWeek & Dark Reading Virtual Event 07/30
Finding and Stopping Next Gen Threats
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08/20 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 08/06
Custom App Dev Renaissance
Gone is the days when on-premises packaged software was the default. Today packaged apps
compete with cloud apps, but don’t count custom app development out. We take a look at how
lightweight development kits, cloud platforms, mobile app demand, and agile techniques may
make custom coding more viable, particularly for end user app developers.
Cloud Risk
Security was a deal breaker for many companies considering cloud software and infrastructure
two years ago when we did our first cloud risk research. Is it still a barrier today, or has it
become a routine check box? We'll explore public, hybrid, and private cloud security.
08/27 Network Computing Digital 08/13
IT's Guide To The New Network
From OpenFlow to flat networks, new architectures and technologies are emerging that will
reshape Ethernet. The goal is to create more flexible networks that better support virtual
machines and take full advantage of 10-Gbps speeds while also controlling costs. We’ll provide
a comprehensive overview of the technologies reshaping the LAN, including TRILL, 802.1aq
(SPB) and OpenFlow/Software Defined Networking.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
September
Date Product
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Sept.Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 08/03
Parallel
As the number of cores in processors proliferates, the attention being paid to parallel
programming is growing quickly. However, concurrent and parallel programming are not easy to
accomplish and require significant re-education of existing programmers as well as new tools
and techniques. These article explore the tools and techniques required by this new wave of
programming.
09/03 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 08/13
Parallel
The Parallel series continues as we explore the tools and techniques required by this new wave
of programming.
09/03 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 08/13
Parallel
With a focus on the Microsoft Windows Platform, this part of the series of articles explore the
tools and techniques required by this new wave of programming.
09/03 InformationWeek Magazine Print 08/13
State Of Outsourcing
Backed by exclusive InformationWeek research, we'll look at the role outsourcing plays in
today's IT, from the impact of cloud and automation to any backlash against the offshoring
trend.
Green Analytics
One potential use for analytics is to track environmental data and energy usage. We'll examine
the opportunities and look at why our research shows environmental concerns are often low on
the IT priority list.
Bonus Distribution:
Cloud Connect
(Chicago, IL)
09/10 – 09/13
Qty:500
09/17 InformationWeek Magazine Print 08/27
InformationWeek 500
We present our 24th annual ranking of the leading U.S. users of business technology.
Bonus Distribution:
InformationWeek 500
Conference
(Dana Point, CA)
09/09 – 09/11
Qty: 1,000
09/17 InformationWeek Healthcare Digital 08/31
Best In Class Mobile Health Apps
Revenue from mobile health applications is expected to grow to $392 million in 2015 from $230
million in 2010. Our cover story will feature several of the most useful and eye-catching apps for
both clinicians and their patients.
09/24 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 09/10
Windows 8 Survival Guide
Haven't we done this upgrade cycle before? We'll explore what could be different for business
users with this version of Windows. Our exclusive research will examine companies’ Windows 8
strategies and expectations, how Windows 8 affects mobility strategy, and whether the security
suite Microsoft promises to bundle into Windows 8 could change IT security strategies.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
October
Date Product
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Oct.Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 09/05
10/02 InformationWeek 500 Virtual Event 09/17
Annual InformationWeek 500
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10/08 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 09/17
10/08 InformationWeek Magazine Print 09/17
Mobile Device Management
We assess the state of the market and enterprise IT's need to manage and secure
smartphones, tablets, and their apps. Includes trended survey research.
Laptops To Tablets:If, When, And How
This is our guide to whether the move makes sense, what tradeoffs to consider, and if so which
employees to start with.
Bonus Distribution:
Interop New York
(New York, NY)
10/01 – 10/05
Qty: 1,500
10/08 InformationWeek Government Digital 09/24
Cloud Computing Survey
Government agencies continue to embrace cloud computing, driven by a need for lower costs,
new applications, and on-demand flexibility. The Office of Management and Budget’s “cloud first”
policy jump started the trend, but there’s more to do, and cloud strategies are evolving. Agencies
are looking more closely at commercial cloud services and at community clouds of shared
services. This report, based on InformationWeek Government’s annual cloud computing survey,
analyzes where agencies are in this transition and the cloud models they’re embracing.
10/11 Dr. Dobb's Virtual Event 09/24
Web Development
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10/15 InformationWeek Magazine Print 09/24
IT From The Outside In: How Business Units Perceive IT
We'll use first-of-its-kind survey research as well as interviews to assess IT's perception with
business unit counterparts. Consumerization and cloud have chipped away at its role. Can IT
be a hero again?
Security: ID Management For Cloud Apps
We'll look at best practices and tech options for cloud-centric identity management.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
October
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10/15 Dark Reading Digital 10/01
Mobile Security Strategy In A Bring-Your-Own World
Many security professionals say bring-your-own smartphones and other portable devices are
what’s keeping them up at night. Yet many enterprises still don’t have a clear policy on whether
these devices are allowed to connect to the corporate network, much less how to secure them.
We look at the best strategy for building a mobile device security policy, what companies should
allow these devices to do, and what restrictions should be in place Most important, we’ll
examine how mobile security rules and policies should be enforced. We’ll provide tips and
strategies for building a realistic mobile device security policy and look at some of the
technologies that can help make it fly.
10/22 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 10/08
OS Wars
There are more operating systems in companies, so we'll look at how they're handling them,
including how Windows 8 factors into that strategy. Includes trended survey research.
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
The pressure for business continuity is only growing as companies depend on IT for operations
and even for direct revenue, via ecommerce. We'll examine changing options and strategies.
Includes trended survey research.
10/25 InformationWeek & Dark Reading Virtual Event 10/08
Preventing Insider Threats
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10/29 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/08
10/29 InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/08
Software-Defined Networking
We'll examine the reasons for SDN and the practical next steps for IT to consider as they
examine this next realm of data center transformation. Includes exclusive survey research.
The Morphing IT Budget
We'll look at total IT budgets and budgeting strategies. Includes trended survey research.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
November
Date Product
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Nov.Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 10/05
11/01 Wall Street & Technology Virtual Event 10/15
High Speed Trading
– Lead Guarantees: Platinum 500 | Gold 375 | Silver 250
11/05 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/15
11/05 InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/15
Virtualization Management
Virtualization keeps growing in companies' data centers, and that's driving more complexity.
We'll look at how IT is coping. Includes trended survey research.
11/05 Network Computing Digital 10/22
Public Cloud Chokeholds
Among the challenges that come with adopting public cloud services is the potential to get locked
into a single cloud provider. We’ll look at the mechanisms that cloud service providers use to lock
customers in and how they work. We'll also examine the many potential dangers of linking your
LAN and WAN infrastructures to a public cloud service. If you go in, will you be able to get out?
11/12 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/22
11/12 InformationWeek Magazine Print 10/22
State Of Social Networking
Our last Social Networking survey found huge interest, widespread use, and lukewarm
satisfaction with the results from enterprise social networking. We'll look at what companies
must do to bring social inside the enterprise. Includes trended survey research.
Ruthless Standardization
How far down the “everything must fit one mold” when it comes to infrastructure and apps? With
exclusive research.
Bonus Distribution
Enterprise 2.0
(Santa Clara, CA)
11/12 – 11/15
Qty: 1,500
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2012 Editorial Calendar
November
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11/12 InformationWeek Healthcare Digital 10/29
Are You Ready For Accountable Care?
Healthcare providers face a growing number of challenges as they enter the world of pay for
performance and accountable care. We’ll examine common missteps they make as they try to
leverage health IT to work within the confines of this new payment model—and offer practical
advice on how to avoid miscalculations.
11/15 Network Computing Virtual Event 10/29
Next-Gen Networking
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11/19 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 11/05
Business Intelligence And Information Management
The analytics landscape is changing fast, thanks to big data technologies that let companies
analyze more data faster. We'll assess the marketplace. Includes trended survey research.
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2012 Editorial Calendar
December
Date Product
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Dec.Dr. Dobb's Journal (digital) 11/05
12/03 M-Dev Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 11/09
12/03 InformationWeek Magazine Print 11/09
Cloud Sync For Enterprise
Should IT try to replicate iCloud-type sync and storage with enterprise-focused options?
Wireless LANs Now
As carriers make 4G data ever more expensive, enterprises need to beef up their Wi-Fi chops.
We’ll look at tactics to support a wide array of mobile platforms plus a look at what the next-gen
802.11ac wireless standard brings to the table.
12/10 InformationWeek Magazine Digital 11/26
Outlook 2013
We'll explore spending and technology priorities for the coming year. Includes trended survey
research.
Security: Data Loss Prevention 2.0
It has a foothold in many companies, so we'll examine if it has a role in improving mobile and
cloud security.
12/17 Dr. Dobb's Report with InformationWeek Magazine Print 11/26
12/17 InformationWeek Magazine Print 11/26
Chief of the Year
This annual recognition spotlights a CIO for outstanding performance and leadership. Recent
Chiefs of the Year include Starbucks CIO Stephen Gillett and Procter & Gamble CIO Filippo
Passerini.
Security: Encryption Without (Much) Pain.
Too many companies still avoid encryption, spooked by operational and performance concerns.
We'll explain how to add it while minimizing those impacts.
12/17 InformationWeek Government Digital 12/03