The Executive Clan is part of Internet Evolution, which can be found at www.internetevolution.com.
“The Executive Clan is a restricted-membership user group within Internet Evolution for business leaders from sectors like banking, government, entertainment, retail, health care, green tech and pharmaceuticals,” said Terry Sweeney, editor in chief of Internet Evolution. “Membership in the Executive Clan is free, but is open only to the executive ranks of the world’s leading corporations.”
Contributors to Executive Clan include Dan Lohrmann, CTO, state of Michigan; David Silversmith, VP-IT at FirstBook.org and former CTO, Carfax; and David Vellante, founder of Wikibon.org. Last week, TechWeb announced the launch of the Network Computing Web site.
Located at www.networkcomputing.com, the site is intended for network, data center and storage information technology decision-makers. It also incorporates the content of Byte and Switch, the former TechWeb site focused exclusively on storage.
“With the worlds of data, networking and storage colliding, things IT decision-makers need to know are changing,” Mike Fratto, editor of Network Computing, said in a statement. “IT executives can no longer take a silo view of IT operations and must realize that networking groups, storage groups, server groups and application groups can no longer be disconnected. The new Network Computing takes a holistic view of technology’s impact on the network.”