Australian Computer Society Ditches Print With Publication, Goes All Online

Australian Computer Society Ditches Print With Publication, Goes All Online

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has relaunched its print member publication, opening it up to the public as an online-only publication.

Laura Douglas
Posted by Laura Douglas

The offering, called Information Age, was built as a responsive website in partnership with tech trade media organisation Next Media.

Information Age will carry in-depth features and analysis of issues affecting Australian technology professionals as well as profiles and opinions from senior ICT leaders. It will also cover the latest industry news.

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The newly appointed editor of Information Age is tech journalist Ry Crozier, who has worked in the technology sector for 14 years, both as a journalist and as a technical specialist at several public relations firms. Crozier joined Information Age in 2015, after previous stints as a journalist at the University of New South Wales, iTNews and Electronics News.

Thomas Shanahan, ACS manager – media & communications, commented: “Since its initial launch in the early 90s, Information Age has become an important voice for Australia’s tech community, and remains the only publication created exclusively for ICT professionals by ICT professionals. We look forward to Information Age continuing to inform, entertain and educate, and helping to keep our tech community in touch with the latest industry developments.”

Information Age is available to over 20,000 members of the ACS as an added benefit. Access will also be provided to media and government, so that they can be exposed to content created by and for Australia’s IT profession.