Happy Thursday! Thursday is one step closer to Friday, where we deliver you all the latest news stories! But, until then, it is time for our weekly publication review.
Our online publication review gives us a chance to share some of the knowledge we have on some important publications that constantly inform us about all the disruptive trends that are affecting the industries we work with.
These industries include healthcare, marketing, retail, security, and finance. It is important for us to stay up to date with all the latest trends in these sectors so we can provide you with all of our blogs that always up to date.
We are dedicated to being the leader in all things digital transformation and technology, so we know how disruptive it is.
This week, we will be reviewing a publication that centers around a few main objectives we constantly buffer to our audience. Let’s get started!
Innovation. Leadership. Technology. Business. Women In Tech. These are all the titles you see when you enter Information Age.
As you can tell, the website surrounds itself with all the latest tech trends.
“Information Age magazine is for all executives, regardless of job title, involved in the application of technology for strategic, competitive advantage and improved efficiency.”
This works perfectly for us because we focus on executives and technology as well! It’s like a match made in heaven. Both The Millennium Alliance and Information Age seek to educate leaders in the industries that are constantly in flux.
Since 1995, Information Age has been giving readers up to date knowledge and information and has eventually formed large-scale conferences, where education is taken a step further.
The goal of both conferences and articles is to maximize business performance through technology management.
Up To Date
Digital Diary Review: 9.5/10
The articles released on Information Age are published daily, multiple times a day. This leaves the reader informed daily, which is important when it comes to industries that are constantly in flux.
Digital Diary Review: 10/10
With each category, comes informative articles that surround all the latest tech trends. Much like our blog, these articles are written and constructed with the executive in mind.
There are subtitles attached to every main title, and each topic is up to date in the sense that it is circulating the industries now. Big data, social, mobile, IoT and digital, software, start-up are among the topics listed.
This works perfectly for when we form our Digital Diary topics because it centers around the topics we aim to focus on for our readers.
Digital Diary Review: 10/10
Information Age is very easy to find, with internet access of course. Along with the main website, Information Age can be found on a variety of social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Under the “contact us” tab, you can find a list of employees that are involved with Information Age, such as the editor, staff writer, head of sales and marketing associate, with an email and phone number attached.
You can subscribe to this publication, as well as gain access to information about all the events that Information Age puts on, along with an option to register, if you desire.
All in all, Information Age provides up to date information about all things technology and offers readers a chance to be engaging with events and social media access.
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