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ITPro Today is dedicated to providing a comprehensive view of the information technology industry. Our goal is simple: to deliver daily news, analysis, opinions, and how-tos that cater to both seasoned IT professionals and those new to the field.

Understanding the challenges and complexities of navigating the ever-evolving technology landscape, we go beyond mere reporting; we offer practical insights into IT operations and career development. Whether IT professionals are looking to enhance their skills or stay informed about the latest trends, ITPro Today is designed to assist them in their journey to success.

Our team is made up of a dedicated group of reporters, editors, analysts, and IT industry professionals who work continuously to cover the industry’s ever-changing landscape.

Our Coverage

IT professionals count on us to help them navigate the multifaceted IT landscape, including analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, cloud computing, low-code/no-code, DevOps, NoOps, DataOps, compute engines, containers, edge computing, hyper-converged infrastructure, security, software development, and storage.

We are committed to demystifying next-gen technologies that drive business innovation. From analytics to artificial intelligence, cloud computing to DevOps, we cover a wide array of topics. Our mission isn't just to inform; it's to empower IT professionals and technology stakeholders to make informed decisions about technology adoption and management. 

Our Editors

  • Editor-In-Chief - Wendy Schuchart
    Wendy Schuchart has more than a decade of experience writing about the IT landscape and has another decade’s experience working in enterprise IT as a coder, business analyst and software developer. Before joining ITPro Today she was the managing editor/executive editor at VentureBeat. Her work has been featured in many IT publications, including InformationWeek, Network Computing, Datacenter Dynamics, Green Data Center News, SDX Central and TechTarget. Follow her on Twitter @wendyschuchart.

  • Senior Managing Editor - Brian Holak
    Brian Holak has more than nine years of experience in the IT journalism realm, both as a reporter and an editor. Prior to joining ITPro Today, he was site editor for TechTarget's SearchBusinessAnalytics and SearchDataManagement. Along with BI, analytics and data management, Brian has covered a wide range of enterprise IT beats, including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, digital transformation, innovation management and general IT strategy.

  • Senior Editor - Rick Dagley
    Rick Dagley covers a wide range of enterprise IT topics, including IT operations and management, cloud computing, edge computing, software development and IT careers. Prior to joining ITPro Today, Rick was a longtime editor at PCWeek/eWEEK, with stints at Computer Design and Telecommunications magazines before that.

  • Senior Editor - Spencer Smith
    Spencer Smith focuses on IT security, compute engines, data analytics and data management, end user platforms, and storage technology. Prior to joining ITPro Today, Spencer was site editor for TechTarget’s SearchITChannel.com, where he covered the IT channel industry and business strategy.

  • Digital SEO Content & Copy Editor - Dylan Fisher
    Dylan Fisher supports ITPro Today, Data Center Knowledge, InformationWeek, and Network Computing. He's also the author of "The Loneliest Band in France." He lives with his wife, Danielle, and their two adopted dogs, Rosie and Daisy, in Atlanta, GA.

  • Digital Editorial Program Manager - Brandon Taylor
    Brandon Taylor supports ITPro Today, Data Center Knowledge, InformationWeek, and Network Computing. He enables the successful delivery of sponsored content programs, secures speakers for the brands' many events, and assists in content strategy.

Our Contributors

  • Christopher Tozzi is a technology analyst with subject matter expertise in cloud computing, application development, open source software, virtualization, containers and more. He also lectures at a major university in the Albany, New York, area. His book, “For Fun and Profit: A History of the Free and Open Source Software Revolution,” was published by MIT Press.

  • Brien Posey is the vice president of research and development for Relevant Technologies. He writes technical content for a variety of publications and Web sites and covers the security and data storage beats for ITPro Today. 

  • Karen D. Schwartz is a technology and business writer with more than 20 years of experience. She has written on a broad range of technology topics for publications including CIOInformationWeekGCNFCWFedTech, BizTecheWeek and Government Executive

  • Sean Michael Kerner is an IT consultant, technology enthusiast and tinkerer. He consults to industry and media organizations on technology issues.

  • Stephen Swoyer is a researcher and analyst with 25 years of experience. His research has focused on business intelligence (BI), data warehousing, analytics, data science, machine learning and the larger information management segment for nearly 20 years. He also enjoys researching and writing about software development and software architecture – or technology architecture of any kind, for that matter. Swoyer is a recovering philosopher, with an abiding focus on ethics, philosophy of ideas and philosophy of science.

  • Terri Coles is a freelance reporter based in St. John's, Newfoundland. She has worked for more than 15 years in digital media and communications, with experience in writing, editing, reporting, interviewing, content writing, copywriting, media relations, and social media. In addition to covering artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and other topics for IT Pro Today, she writes about health, politics, policy, and trends for several different publications.

Contribute to ITPro Today

If you’re an IT practitioner, we welcome article submissions from you about how to strategically assess and/or tactically deploy technologies within your organization, especially when the submission highlights the business benefits of specific processes or policies.

To be considered for publication, submissions must adhere to our editorial standards:

  • The content must be exclusive to ITPro Today (cannot have been published elsewhere)

  • It cannot market a vendor’s products or services

  • It must be relevant to a topic we cover on ITPro Today

  • It must be written for our core audience of IT professionals

If we do accept the content for publication, we typically edit for style, clarity, grammar and length (600 to 1,000 words is ideal) and send it back to you for review if substantial edits are made. We expect that you will fact-check your submission before sending it to us for review. Unfortunately, we can’t pay for unsolicited contributions.

If you’re interested in contributing under those guidelines, feel free to send your topic suggestions to [email protected].

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