Posts tagged "infographic"
Is DevOps helping organizations reduce costs and time-to-market for software releases? Find out in this InformationWeek and Interop ITX infographic. Read more.
Post-event marketing activities really matter if you want to maximize all the effort your organization has put in to ensure a solid ROI. Read more.
Mastering Facebook ad targeting is often difficult for B2B tech marketers. You know your audience is using the platform, but how do you find them? Read more.
IT pros are tasked with helping their organizations make the transitions to new technology and must be able to learn and adapt on the fly. With all this change comes new job roles and responsibilities. In fact, some IT positions are going way of the dodo bird. It’s paramount that IT pros always look ahead. So what does the IT team of the future look like? Read more.
This infographic provides highlights from Black Hat's attendee survey - covering top concerns, most time-consuming tasks, budget trends, and the fear of the Internet of Things. 460 top-level security experts were surveyed, including leading ethical hackers, IT security management, and technology developers. Read more.
Sometimes the medium is the message. How you present information to potential customers matters. UBM Tech’s 2015 Content Connects research study looks at the content consumption preferences and habits of business technology professionals. Here we share a handful of the most popular formats and best practices for each + how to avoid epic fails. Read more.
Infographics are an important part of your marketing mix. In fact, they are the fastest growing content marketing tactic for the second year in a row! These are 3 tips to putting infographics to work. Read more.
One of the most effective ways to present information and data today are the use of infographics. Infographics appeal to consumers because people love facts and figures … But, not all infographics work. Get some quick tips on how to create infographics that work, download our Best Practices executive brief. Read more.
InformationWeek's annual 2015 IT Outlook survey finds that 74% of tech pros see a rising demand for IT inside their companies in the next year; however only 56% expect their companies to increase their budget. Read more.