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The Network for Enterprise I.T. News and Information



History & Overview

Over the past ten years, NewsFactor Network has become one of the leading publishers of business and technology news in the U.S. Our network of online news sites attracts a large yet targeted audience of business and technology professionals who rely on NewsFactor for the most important news of the day, along with reliable, objective analysis.

The NewsFactor name reflects the rapidly-changing world of technology, where news of the 'next big thing' becomes a factor in every purchase decision. Whether it's a powerful new computer chip from AMD or Intel, a revolutionary new wireless technology, the latest operating system from Microsoft or Apple, or even a dreaded computer virus that could bring down an entire network -- our readers need to know what's new and what's next. That's where NewsFactor fits in.

Our management team has developed more than 25 publications -- including national magazines as well as numerous online news sites and multiple news networks. While our recent history dates back to 1996 when we began publishing the original Web Marketing Insider, and 1998 when we launched the first daily news site about e-commerce, we have been working with technology innovators for more than 25 years straight. We've seen and been involved with the evolution from mainframes and minicomputers to PC networks, laptops, and handhelds. And we understand enterprise I.T. -- hardware, software, networking and the Internet -- from the inside out.

Today, our network of online news sites focuses on the day-to-day interests of technology buyers and business decision-makers, while also covering the lighter side of technology for tech enthusiasts.


NewsFactor Network: Online Publications and Coverage

NewsFactor Network features an outstanding team of journalists who produce original news and special reports. Through syndication agreements, the network is also able to feature top stories from other sources around the Web. By offering our own original content in addition to select stories from other publications, NewsFactor is able to compile the most interesting and timely collection of news for our readers each day.

Content throughout NewsFactor Network covers these key areas:

Our online readers come from enterprises of all sizes, spanning the world of corporate, government and non-profit. We provide daily news and information targeted to the needs of tech-savvy business people and I.T. decision-makers, at organizations ranging from the top Fortune 500 companies down to small and mid-size businesses (also known as SMBs).

The network includes the following online publications, e-newsletters, and services:

For information about any of the sites within NewsFactor Network, please see our Site Descriptions or simply click on the links above to visit the sites that interest you.

For advertising information, please click here or call 1 (818) 713-2500. Our main office is located in California and is open during standard business hours.


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As you may have noticed, our content is available free online to all users, without registration. Our newsletters are also available free-of-charge, with just a brief, one-minute registration form required. Unlike other tech news publishers that require pages and pages of registration, NewsFactor has always provided information as a free service to our readers. We do this to build community and to serve our readers in the best way possible.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our advertisers who make this outstanding service possible each day.

And, we hope that you -- our readers -- will take the time to click through the ad banners and sponsored links that you see on our sites to visit our advertisers. You'll find a wealth of free information from these industry leaders and luminaries, ranging from free white papers and webinars, to product guides, network security primers, and much, much more.

NewsFactor Contact Information

For advertising, sponsorships or content-licensing, please click here to email, or here for more information or call 1 (818) 713-2500.

For public relations, please visit the NewsFactor PR Services Page. Please note that we do not distribute an editorial calendar since our editorial coverage is determined by the top news of the day. We accept press releases and related PR pitches ONLY through the PR Services page, not by phone, fax, mail or e-mail.

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