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InformationWeek Donates More Than 100,000 Trees To American Forests’ Global Releaf Tree Program

UBM TechWeb's InformationWeek has donated more than 100,000 trees to American Forests since 2009, as part of its long-term green strategy. InformationWeek's sustainability strategy to offset its carbon footprint has resulted in a total of 112,358 trees donated since it first announced its green program in 2009. In 2011, InformationWeek donated 70,000 trees to American Forests’ Global Releaf program, which focuses on the restoration of forest ecosystems in deforested areas across the country and around the world. InformationWeek's focus on reforestation, combined with its diverse portfolio of digital-only magazines, sets InformationWeek as a leader among technology media brands positively compensating for its impact on the environment.

UBM TechWeb's InformationWeek Valley View Announces Next Program

UBM TechWeb announced the program lineup for InformationWeek Valley View, a live streamed, monthly web video show on January 25th at 4pm PST. Show Spotlights National Field, SAP and Mobile Device Management In Front of Live Studio Audience. Tech marketers have an opportunity to join peers and network with editors at the UBM TechWeb headquarters in San Francisco.

Marketing is the Next Big TECH Market: UBM TechWeb Acquires OMS & Drinks the Kool-Aid

As marketers, we are increasingly becoming tech maestros investing in and using a variety of digital tools, apps, platforms, and even systems. It feels like we are in IT some days. Marketing is the next BIG technology marketplace ($132 billion+, according to Outsell). UBM TechWeb (my company) is drinking the Kool-Aid and believe in the power of marketing + tech so much that we acquired Online Marketing Summit, a forward-looking digital marketing conference and brand.

Outlook 2010::Find out what companies will be spending on IT this year.

Download the results of InformationWeek Analytics’ Outlook 2010 survey.  Learn what 360 business
technology pros said about their plans for the year ahead.  There are some signs that IT spending will at least level off and that customer-facing and sales-supporting projects will be on the rise.

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