UBM Tech announces the new community-driven Dark Reading, the cyber security industry's top destination for news and insight. The redesigned site gives cyber security professionals an editorially-supported environment to connect with peers through moderated discussions, blogs and social media, giving the community equal share of voice with reporters and experts.
UBM Tech’s announcement of our strategic shift toward a community-focused business last spring cause a bit of a stir in the media world. Known to be agile and innovative, UBM Tech's emphasis on the symbiotic relationship between our online and live communities was a first.
Create’s Robyn Duda, vice president of events, recently chatted with Expo Daily about the things she has learned while building out a custom events unit. In 2013, UBM Tech reorganized its marketing services unit into what is now called Create. In this interview Duda shares five of the key things she has learned from building out a team dedicated to custom events.
As part of EE Times' and EDN's annual 2014 ACE (Annual Creativity in Electronics) Awards for excellence in electronics design, we are inviting you to vote on the winner for the inaugural STEM Impact Award. This award category, sponsored by the ECIA Foundation, celebrates an individual or company that demonstrates a commitment to engaging young people and inspiring them to become science and technology leaders.
Facebook will launch an ad campaign structure this week that it says will improve how businesses organize, optimize, and measure their ads. Facebook's traditional advertising configuration consisted of two levels: campaigns and ads. The social network will add a third level, called ad sets.
Now in its 38th year, BMA B2 Awards will honor creative excellence, and the best in strategy and style in B2B marketing. New for 2014 are extended top-tier award categories for agencies, vendors and corporate marketers.
B2 entries are due March 14, 2014.
Nominations are open for the Best of Interop 2014 Awards. This award program recognizes the innovation and impact of IT products and services. Exhibitors at Interop Las Vegas are invited to submit a nomination to the Best of Interop program.
Paul Miller, UBM Tech CEO, has led the company through more than $50 million of acquisition activity in the past four years, as well as its expansion into China, Japan, India, Brazil, Korea and Taiwan over the past decade. Today, he is spearheading the company's evolution from a "traditional media company" to a "new media company."
B2B marketers may not have always seen the best returns from advertising on Facebook, but the social media giant is unveiling a news reader app, Paper, that could be a great platform for exposing content marketing assets.
The InformationWeek Conference is taking a sharp focus on digital business: Big Data, Marketing Automation, Cloud Computing, Mobile & Social. The initial speakers headlining this year’s executive event include Oracle’s Mark Hurd & senior IT leaders from an array of different enterprises including Coca-Cola, UPMC & Dish Network.
The industry has a lot on its plate for 2014 -- new compliance requirements, legacy systems decisions, workforce and skills issues, and an unsettled competitive environment are just some of the challenges with which bankers, solutions providers and other strategists must grapple in the coming months.
The North American health IT market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.4% to reach a total value of $31.3 billion in 2017, compared to $21.9 billion in 2012, the research firm Markets and Markets predicted in a new report.
Dealing with technology-enabled change has become business as usual for insurance executives -- and it's no different for the Insurance & Technology team.
Today, we rolled out a new InformationWeek. Think of it as InformationWeek for the connected world we live in. Think of it as the media model of the future. We're now living in the participatory age. Thanks to social apps, the ways we gather and share information have fundamentally changed. Everyone is now comfortable communicating in the one-to-many format. As a result, IT professionals want more than just great content; they want to be part of the industry conversation.
The 2014 ACE (Annual Creativity in Electronics) Awards presented by EE Times and EDN, is the most highly anticipated and closely watched celebration of excellence throughout the electronics industry.