We took a quick look this week at overall trends in enterprise tech edit. Pitch opportunity still exists, but the obsession with the industry leaders is almost shameful. We analyze the work of five Tier 1 enterprise tech reporters and check in on what's moving the meter at the IDG "usual-suspect" pubs.
In January a subscriber assembling a new-business pitch asked us to shed light on the B2B tech edit scene: what should the prospect do? We're not sure how much light we shed, but here are the questions we were asked to answer, and how we answered them. We omitted the name of the enterprise vendor in question.
Fortune this month launched Data Sheet, a daily enterprise tech newsletter authored by freelancer Heather Clancy. Data Sheet's content is curated from around the web, not just from Fortune. It's the third in a growing family of Fortune's newsletters, joining Term Sheet and Broadsheet, which launched in July.
Even after 24 years in IT-related publishing, FierceMarkets enterprise IT group EIC Derek Slater still has a fresh eye and passion for what he does. "I'm not jaded," says the work-at-home exec who oversees six enterprise IT blogs.