Making technology work for business

By empowering enterprise users and their managers, Computerworld helps create business advantage by skillfully exploiting today’s abundantly powerful web, mobile and desktop applications. Users rely on Computerworld for advice, insight and best practices to better navigate the digital landscape. Computerworld helps IT managers understand and utilize technology to drive revenue and invigorate the customer and employee experience. With our research, events, social platforms and more, connecting with Computerworld’s audience of tech professionals has never been easier.

What we cover

  • Browsers
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud computing
  • Collaboration tech
  • Macs
  • Office software
  • Productivity software
  • Windows
  • Small business
  • Android
  • Chrome OS/Chromebooks
  • iOS

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See what’s special about Computerworld Computerworld is an award-winning editorial website and top resource for enterprise users seeking insight and input they can trust. With expert editors across the U.S. and in key markets such as the U.K., India, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands, Computerworld is the destination to learn about the many technologies that enable digital business.


Computerworld First Look: The latest news and analysis on business technology.

Computerworld Windows: Windows updates, bugs and insights.

Blogs & Reviews

Android Intelligence Blog: Not your average android news — a diverse mix of advice, insight, and analysis with veteran android journalist JR Raphael.

Reviews: Computerworld provides thorough, fair and honest reviews of products, software and technology tools to help guide professionals in their buying journey.

Special features

Today in TechHear directly from Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Juliet Beauchamp and guests as they discuss the latest tech news and trends happening in the industry. Look for new episodes every week.

Recognition programs

The Best Places to Work in ITFoundry’s Insider and Computerworld compiles this annual list of organizations that showcase the best working environments for tech professionals. One hundred organizations are selected based on a comprehensive questionnaire of IT professionals focused on offerings such as benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention, and worker satisfaction.

Signature events

Virtual events: Participate in Foundry’s virtual event summits that provide the ultimate immersive online experience surrounding a variety of critical topics that attract and engage the industry’s most influential tech decision-makers. These interactive events provide attendees with the opportunity to hear from spectacular speakers, access world-class content, and network with their peers and solution providers. Build new and meaningful connections with IT and security decision-makers through speaking and networking opportunities by partnering with us today.

“For more than 50 years, Computerworld has delivered authoritative, richly researched content for our audience of IT pros and decision makers, helping them make smart decisions about how to choose, use and manage the technology they need to be successful. Our recent in-depth evaluation of five different videoconferencing apps – critical tools as companies look to move forward with a more-distributed workforce – is just the latest example of the depth of knowledge and understanding about tech that Computerworld delivers every day.”

Ken Mingis, Executive Editor, Computerworld

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Meet Computerworld’s editorial leaders

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Amy Bennett

Editor in Chief, English Language, Enterprise CIO, CSO, Computerworld, InfoWorld, Network World
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Amy Bennett

Editor in Chief, English Language, Enterprise

Amy Bennett is a veteran editor with more than 15 years of experience in B2B tech publishing. In her role as Editor in Chief, English language for  CIO, CSO, Computerworld, InfoWorld, Network World, Amy oversees editorial operations for these award-winning media brands unwaveringly focused on serving the information needs of IT and security leaders. Amy cut her teeth in publishing spending summers answering phones and writing product announcements at a series of small trade publications that are now long forgotten except to vintage tech enthusiasts. She joined IDG in 2000 as Web Production Manager at ITworld, following stints at Harvard Business School Publishing and Daedalus, the Journal of The American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

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Ken Mingis

Executive Editor, Computerworld
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Ken Mingis

Executive Editor, Computerworld

Ken Mingis has been executive editor at Computerworld since 2017, and has worked for the IDG publication in various editorial roles since 2001. A native of North Carolina, he has a B.A. in Journalism/Poli Sci from UNC-Chapel Hill and has been a journalist for more than three decades. Before coming to Computerworld, Ken worked at the Boston Globe and the Providence Journal. Computerworld focuses on the how business can get the most from critical software tools, including Windows, collaboration software and mobile devices.

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Galen Gruman

Executive Editor for Global Content
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Galen Gruman

Executive Editor for Global Content

Galen Gruman is executive editor for global content at IDG Communications, responsible for the editorial content in English-language editions of the B2B sites in Australia, India, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia (ASEAN countries). He’s had several roles at IDG over his 20-year tenure, including features editor, executive editor, and editor at Macworld; West Coast bureau chief of Computerworld; and executive editor of InfoWorld. Galen is a member of IDG’s global B2B Editorial Board and has led several IDG initiatives outside of editorial, including providing leadership for two CMS initiatives and serving as a member of the Macworld senior leadership team. He has also been an adjunct analyst for the IDC IT Executive Program, editor of UBM’s M-Business magazine, executive editor of Upside magazine, and associate editor at the IEEE Computer Society.

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Marc Ferranti

Editor-in-Chief IDG News Service
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Marc Ferranti


Marc Ferranti plays a key role in IDG’s international editorial strategy and has written about a wide variety of IT topics, focusing on enterprise technology. He is currently editor of CIO Africa and CIO Middle East, and the English-language editor of CIO Netherlands and Computerworld Netherlands. Marc also manages IDG’s content-syndication platform, acting as the company’s editorial liaison with licensing partners globally. He started off his IDG career as Paris bureau chief for the IDG News Service, the company’s international tech news wire service. After moving to New York, Marc became the News Service executive editor, and then editor in chief. For more than a decade, he wrote IDG’s Wall Street Beat weekly column, covering tech company financials and IT spending trends. Marc has also written for newspapers including the Wall Street Journal Europe and the International Herald Tribune, and has done radio work for networks including NPR.

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Matt Egan

Editorial Director
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Matt Egan

Editorial Director

An executive leader with more than two decades experience leading successful editorial teams, Matt Egan is Foundry’s (formerly IDG Communications) first ever Editorial Director.

Matt leads and supports Foundry’s world class teams of journalists in key markets across the globe, as they create expert content in multiple major world languages. He is responsible for audience development, data, content, ecommerce, analytics, video, and content strategy for the world’s most popular business-to-business and B2C technology publications and events.

Prior to his global role Matt managed Foundry’s award-winning enterprise and B2C editorial teams in the US, UK, ASEAN, France and Spain.

Matt holds a BA in English and Drama from the University of Hull. He’s married with two children and enjoys running.

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