CloudTweaks Collaborates With Fortune Magazine

CloudTweaks Fortune Magazine Collaboration

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 07, 2013 – CloudTweaks, the leading cloud computing resource on the web has signed a partnership agreement with Fortune as the official partner of the well-established magazine’s cloud computing sections.

We are constantly focusing on delivering quality content and relevant news on cloud computing to our readers, and are a keen supporter of the cloud industry. The agreement signed with Fortune is the result of all the passion and efforts dedicated to informing, promoting and sustaining the cloud computing industry and technology related companies for the future in the cloud”, said Richard Mainhout, publisher and owner of CloudTweaks.com.

CloudTweaks will support the editorial team of Fortune in launching two custom sections focused on cloud computing. These sections will appear in the June 10th and November 18 issues of Fortune.

CloudTweaks is known and trusted for the quality of the editorial content covering and supporting the cloud industry. We are looking forward to launching these sections on cloud computing with their help,” said Newell Thompson, Executive Director of Custom Content at Fortune.

Established in 2009, CloudTweaks.com is recognized as the authority in cloud computing and one of the fastest-growing cloud resources on the web. The site publishes contributions by their own writers as well as authors from around the globe including CEOs, CIOs, technology bloggers, and cloud enthusiasts. The site offers in-depth articles, interviews, event listings, whitepapers, infographics and much more.

Fortune is a global leader in business journalism with a domestic circulation of over 830,000 and a global readership of nearly 5 million, and their marquee franchises include the Fortune 500 and 100 Best Companies to Work For.

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For more information contact:

Alex Filip
Marketing Director
alex@cloudtweaks.com
(917) 725-4255

Brian Greene
Associate Project Manager, Custom Content
brian_greene@timeinc.com
(212) 522-1942

Robin Mason
Sales Consultant, Custom Content
robin_mason@platts.com
(631) 642-2600

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