Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) ranks among the newer acronyms in IT. Analysts and reporters alike specialize in it. Here's a list of 17 reporters who grasp the topic and write about it regularly.
By subscriber request, we've been looking at which publications will run "Predictions 2021" content and who will do the writing. Here's the latest, compiled by contributing editor Rhiannon Pacheco. We'll be updating this GDoc in weeks ahead.
Privacy reporters will have their moment in the 2020s. Traditionally, the privacy beat tends to be folded into cybersecurity. As social media becomes increasingly regulated, the privacy story will be told by privacy reporters. Here are 17 of the leading journalists in the space.
The "culture" beat started out as "how tech impacts culture" but with the quadrafecta of Covid-19, recession, BLM and now the election, culture has come to mean pretty much "life in general." Here's a short list of a dozen culture reporters mostly from Tier 1, with links and contact info.
Climate change and environment have entire publications dedicated to them -- Bloomberg Green, CleanTechnica, others -- but nearly all of Tier 1 has at least one beat reporter dedicated to one or both. Here's a list of 18 of them.
Would we do a DEI deep-dive without a Google Doc? Contained in this one is a list of 31 (and counting) reporters focused on DEI. Also included are tabs on DEI nonprofit organizations likely to be quoted by journalists, along with DEI survey and research tools and DEI awards.
Few PR coups are bigger than winning a Best Places to Work award. Now you've got a place to hunt: here's our Cheat Sheet with 48 opportunities, many of them vertical as offered by Fortune. Big thanks to SWMS contributing editor Rhiannon Pacheco for her hard work.
Here (perhaps) is a timely one -- which reporters cover mental health in the workplace? We focused on Tier 1, coming up with some local broadcast and a few diamond-in-the-rough freelancers.