We are surrounded by a large number of Information Technology media outlets which ideally should aim to keep us informed and help us make better decisions. Given the reality of competition and heavy dependence on Advertising and sponsorship dollars, is true journalism intact when it comes to IT media? Do IT decision makers heed the […]
About Contributor - Abbie Lundberg
Abbie Lundberg, Editor in Chief, CIO Magazine
Abbie Lundberg has been Editor-in-Chief of CIO Magazine since 1995. A leading expert on the major technology and business issues of the day, Abbie has been quoted by The New York Times, CNN, USA Today, Time magazine, Reuters, Fox News and Investor's Business Daily. Under Abbie's leadership, CIO magazine has received over 150 editorial awards, including the Grand Neal, American Business Media's top honor, in 2003 and 2004, and Magazine of the Year, from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, in 1999 and 2001. Technology Marketing magazine (formerly Marketing Computers) named her a Top Journalist and a Media "Influencer" for six years in a row. In 2004, BtoB Media Business named her 'Top Editor' in its inaugural Innovator's Awards.