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Information Age, since its launch in 1995, has focused exclusively on the strategies and technologies involved in maximising business performance through effective information and technology management.
Articles and features cover the following channels: Business Applications - Comms & Networking - Data Centre & IT Infrastructure - Information Management - IT Services - Security & Continuity - Development & Integration - Management & Skills - The Cloud and Virtualization.
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Information Age was owned by Infoconomy, a London-based company established in 2000 with private equity funding. In 2001, Infoconomy was the PPA’s (Periodical Publishers Association's) Publisher of the Year. In late 2007, Infoconomy was acquired by Vitesse Media Plc, a fast-growing media company quoted on AIM, touching 1.2 million business people in UK Plc every month, through its five print publications, 16 websites, 70+ events and award-winning research. The acquisition by Vitesse Media of Infoconomy delivered deep information technology expertise, on both the user and supplier sides, creating access to the top end of UK business for Vitesse content.