Dear visitor,


You may be wondering why you are seeing this page instead of the familiar DM Review logo you are used to.


Well, the cat’s out of the bag: DM Review is now Information Management!


In print and online, we have re-branded and done much more to serve our readers better. There’s a new look and feel to our magazine as well, and, beginning this month, you’ll see useful new online features begin to roll out.


It’s all the result of months of careful work mapping out our view of the new face of business and technology. We know businesses are confronting change. We know that you as individuals are changing in the ways you value and interact with information. Though change isn’t always easy, we know we need to evolve to keep our relevance with loyal readers.


We didn’t undertake this decision lightly. We’ve surveyed and consulted with hundreds of DM Review readers who have told us what they like, don’t like, and most important, what they want and need to be successful in the world of corporate IT and business.


We’re happy to find that much of our content already sits well with readers, and you will still find the same features you have told us are most important to you. Going forward you’ll also find more practical, “feet on the ground” information in the form of case studies, profiles and best practices. We’ll offer deeper dives into subjects of leadership, governance, compliance, architecture and business process.


We believe you will find our new presentation easier to digest and follow. You’ll see more new content posted daily. With your simple registration, we’re proud to provide this deep and valuable resource at no cost to you.


Once you’ve had time to take a look at our new vision and format I am confident you will see the value of our new title and that you will want to make it a part of your working day.


Information Management – How Your Business Works


You are welcome to write to me with comments and suggestions and send your editorial inquiries to our editor-in-chief Julie Langenkamp at the addresses below. Best wishes and hopes for a prosperous year.




Jim Ericson

Editorial Director

Information Management


Julie Langenkamp


Information Management

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