Computerworld is New Zealand's only specialized information systems news fortnightly magazine. It's the publication that senior executives trust the most for information on managing their organizations' information technology.
Twice per Month
Computerworld's readers are senior managers and professionals in medium- to large-sized end-user organizations who are responsible for IT strategy, acquisition and implementation.
Audience Highlights *Computerworld reaches 44,000 readers (Nielsen Media Research of National Publications, 12 months ending Dec 2011). *88% of Computerworld readers are male. *60% are over 40 years of age. *44% are in managerial roles. *56% earn over $75,000 per annum. *Print readers read every copy and pass it on for others to read. *75% of the audience has read at least three of the last four editions.