Network Computing, which ceased as a print publication in 2007, will now publish four quarterly digital issues. The first issue will focus on WAN Optimization and Application Acceleration.
"We continually strive to deliver content for our audience in fresh ways. Whether this is via our .com sites, mobile platforms, video, RSS, newsletters, etc., we want to offer readers a personal choice for content consumption," Brandon Friesen, VP-group publisher for InformationWeek Business Technology Network, said in a statement.
"The move from print to a digital version of Network Computing allows us to deliver the depth of 'For IT, By IT' content and valuable insight in a format that is extremely easy to use."