September 23, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Sept. 23 -- Tabor Communications (TCI), a leading international media, advertising and communications company and publishers of a complete line of technology-focused publications announced today a bold new approach to covering the top tiers of technology with the launch of its newest publication, Enterprise Tech, spearheaded by one of the most recognized figures in IT journalism, Timothy Prickett Morgan.
Building on over a quarter-century of covering high-end technologies through its flagship publication, HPCwire, and establishing a solid reputation for deep insights into the emerging world of data-intensive computing with its big data publication, Datanami, the company is pushing new limits through today’s announcement of Enterprise Tech.
Enterprise Tech will provide insights and analysis into how leading global companies are meshing high performance computing (HPC) technologies with the broader pool of hardware and software solutions feeding large-scale enterprise performance, productivity, efficiency and flexibility. Aimed at decision-makers, technologists, and thought leaders across the technology spectrum, EnterpriseTech is designed to deliver information, news, and analysis about how the world’s top companies understand, implement, and refine the technologies that define the new competitive edge.
From focused coverage of industries facing significant challenges in mission-critical environments including financial services, government, energy, healthcare, large-scale retail, and life sciences, to in-depth analytical views on late-breaking news, Enterprise Tech will revolutionize the tech news industry by targeting the important issues critical to stakeholders in premier companies worldwide.
Few technology journalists are as well-qualified and well-respected as Timothy Prickett Morgan, who is joining Enterprise Tech as Editor-in-Chief. Prickett Morgan brings over 25 years of experience as a publisher, IT industry analyst, editor, and journalist for some of the world’s most widely-read high-tech and business publications including The Register, Business Week, Midrange Computing, IT Jungle, Unigram, The Four Hundred, ComputerWire, Computer Business Review, Computer System News and IBM Systems User. Prickett Morgan is joined by an expert team of contributing editors from the analyst, industry, and end-user communities, in addition to dedicated staff support from well-recognized names in technology journalism.
Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications commented, “EnterpriseTech represents an exciting opportunity for Tabor Communications to be first to identify and cover an emerging market permeating the technology industry through one of the most influential voices in technology journalism.”
Founding editor of Enterprise Tech Nicole Hemsoth, Director of Editorial Operations for Tabor Communications and Managing Editor of HPCwire commented, “There are so many technology media outlets struggling to cover a broad range of technologies from a singular perspective. By doing so, they sacrifice their ability to adequately provide news, information, and analysis of what is a highly fragmented and diverse ecosystem. TCI has established a legacy of over 25 years experience covering advanced computing technologies, and more recently, the emerging trends and technologies taking place in big data. We are well positioned to address an ever-increasing range of enterprise technologies with the insights and ability to bring meaningful context to its implications for decision-makers, end users, and readers at the Fortune 2000 level and beyond.
Prickett Morgan echoed these sentiments, noting, “In my years covering everything from high performance computing to general IT infrastructure in enterprise environments, I’ve noticed a convergence of new technologies taking place. While we’re early to the game, the trend is undeniable—and I’m excited to be in the front row as this first inning gets underway.”
About Enterprise Tech
Dedicated to covering the merging of highest end of the technological spectrum with mainstream-class systems and software, Enterprise Tech delivers news, insight and expert commentary about how leading global companies understand, implement and refine their technology environments to maximize their competitive edge. With world-class editorial talent and an ever-expanding breadth of perspectives in multiple technology and industry sectors, EnterpriseTech is the first portal to demonstrate how high performance computing and top tier technologies driven by R&D converging with hardware and software designed for peak efficiency results in increased productivity and demonstrated performance.
About Tabor Communications, Inc.
Tabor Communications Inc. (TCI) is a leading international digital media, advertising, and communications company. As publisher of a complete advanced computing portfolio that includes HPCwire, Datanami, Enterprise Tech, Digital Manufacturing Report, and HPCwire Japan, TCI is considered the market-leader in online journalism covering emerging technologies within the high-tech industry.
Source: Tabor Communications, Inc.
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