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The IT Business Edge Network comprises some of the best known and most highly acclaimed sites in the information technology publishing business. Our more than 100 veteran journalists, analysts and editors produce award-winning and actionable information around the clock and from around the world. As the premier online network for information technology professionals and buyers, the ITBE network reaches more than 7 million IT professionals and decision makers across our network of 27 sites. Our properties include industry-leading websites like IT Business Edge, Datamation, Small Business Computing, Internet News, Server Watch, InfoStor, Enterprise Storage Forum, Enterprise Networking Planet, Enterprise Apps Today, CIO Update, Database Journal, eSecurity Planet, Webopedia and Linux Today.
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The IT Business Edge editorial staff is dedicated to simplifying the technology decision maker's workday by providing in-depth reports that cover the most important trends in a variety of business technology topics. In short, they know what our audience is looking for.
Our team of researchers and editors has a proven track record of reporting on and evaluating the latest business technology trends. These seasoned industry experts have covered every angle of IT for leading publishers like CNET, CMP, Ziff-Davis, TechRepublic, and Business 2.0.
Kachina honed her research skills as a professional librarian in non-profits and is a former editor for TechRepublic.com, a site for IT professionals. She is Managing Editor for IT Business Edge.
Ann All covered a variety of business topics as a newspaper reporter before switching to automated teller machines — which, unbelievably, are just beginning to migrate to a Windows-based platform and more modern networking technologies like TCP/IP — as the editor of online trade publication ATMmarketplace.com.
Lora Bentley came to IT Business Edge after nearly six years as legal editor for LexisNexis. She holds a Kentucky law license and a J.D. from the University of Kentucky.
John Storts worked as an editor and technical writer specializing in software documentation before joining IT Business Edge. He currently blogs for the IT Downloads.
Susan has been a journalist for over 20 years. She previously worked at news outlets including the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Dallas Times Herald and MSNBC.com.
Rob is President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, a forward looking emerging technology advisory firm, and one of the most recognized commentators on tech.
Paul is an instructor at Republic Polytechnic in Singapore, and is a contributor to a number of tech sites, including Ars Technica and TechRepublic.
Loraine is a freelance technology journalist based in Louisville, Ky. She was the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's webmaster and later joined TechRepublic, a technology Web site for IT professionals, as a writer and editor developing content for CIOs and high-level IT managers.
Arthur Cole has more than 15 years’ experience exploring high-tech communications issues. He has served as editor of numerous publications covering everything from audio/video production and distribution, multimedia and the Internet to video gaming.
Since late 2001 Carl Weinschenk has been a freelance information technology and telecommunications writer. His work has appeared online and in print at mobilepipeline, America's Network and a variety of other publications and sites. He is a contributing editor to Communications Technology magazine. Previously, Weinschenk held staff editing and writing positions at InternetWeek, tele.com, Cable World and Cable Marketing magazines.
Mike Vizard has been covering IT issues in the enterprise for 25 years as an editor and columnist for publications such as InfoWorld, eWEEK, Baseline, CRN, Computerworld and Digital Review.
Sue Marquette Poremba
Sue Marquette Poremba is a writer located in State College, Pa. In addition to IT security topics, she writes about engineering, energy, emerging technologies, eco-friendly industries and business practices, and construction, to name a few.
Don Tennant has covered IT from a global perspective for nearly 20 years, serving in a variety of roles that included the Editor-in-Chief slots at both the Hong Kong and U.S. editions of Computerworld. Your tax dollars (OK, more likely your parents' tax dollars) paid for his training as a research analyst at the National Security Agency, where he honed his journalism skills and contributed to such reports as the President's Daily Brief.