Since its launch in 1995, Information Age has been regarded as one of the most respected technology titles in the B2B realm. More than 20 years on from its inception, the publication stands as the UK’s number one business-technology magazine, holding a strong influence over its prestigious readership of IT leaders.
While many magazines have struggled to retain readership, Information Age has refused to budge from its prominent place as premier source of informed content for senior IT execs. It is not only the longest running monthly magazine in the business-technology sector, but one of only a surviving handful that still prints.
Every magazine’s cover features a leading CIO’s story of innovation, setting the tone for the rest of the magazine: for end-users and about the end deployment of technology. Readers enjoy in-depth features dissecting the latest enterprise innovations, analysis of the newest IT developments, and interviews with the most prominent leaders and personalities in the world of technology.
Information Age has earned a unique loyalty and respect among the IT community by staying true to its approach of putting the interests and experiences of users first. Ultimately, the content helps shape the decisions our readers make in deploying new solutions for their organisations.