CMP's Network Computing Promotes Yvonne Diamond to Associate Publisher/Marketing and Strategic Alliances
CMP's Network Computing has promoted Yvonne Diamond, Marketing Director, to the position of Associate Publisher/Marketing and Strategic Alliances. This latest promotion comes on the heels of five other senior-level promotions at the publication all aimed at expanding the franchise of the publication.
In her new position, Diamond will continue to work from the magazine's San Mateo, Calif. office and be involved in all marketing for Network Computing. She will be responsible for building strategic partnerships with technology and service companies with the goal leveraging marketing resources and maximizing bottom-line results. In addition, Diamond will focus more attention in the area online product development.
"Yvonne brings more than 17 years of strategic marketing experience to bear on her new position," said Deborah Gisonni, Publishing Director for Network Computing. "In the last two and a half years, she has focused the majority of her attention on branding Network Computing in the marketplace. Now it's time for her to work with our advertising partners to develop valued- added co-marketing programs and long-term strategic alliances. In addition she'll be responsible for new product development for Network Computing Online."
Diamond joined CMP's Network Computing in 1994 as Marketing Director from Softbank Expos where she was Event Producer for NetWorld+Interop, responsible for overall profitability of the event as well as industry partnership and co- marketing programs. Diamond also held senior level corporate marketing positions at Unisys Corporation and SynOptics Communications (Bay Networks), where she was responsible for developing and managing a wide variety of marketing programs to insure worldwide consistency and visibility. She earned a B.A. from U.C.L.A.
Network Computing delivers lab-based, real-world enterprise-wide solutions to 200,000* Network Technology Drives twice monthly. For the third consecutive year, the publication was the best read networking title, according to Simmons and IntelliQuest**.
CMP Media Inc. provides publishing, marketing and information services to the broad high-technology spectrum -- the builders, sellers and users of technology -- through print and electronic media. All of CMP's publications and online products can be accessed through the company's TechWeb® site on the World Wide Web (http://www.techweb.com/). Print titles include EE Times, Computer Reseller News, InformationWeek and WINDOWS MAGAZINE.
*Circulation Data 11/96
**Ranking based on highest average coverage among audience. Best read compared with DataCommunications, Internetwork (LAN Computing in v1.0), LAN Magazine, LAN Times, CommunicationsWeek and Network World. (Simmons CompPro II, III, IV and IntelliQuest v1.0, v2.0, v3.0).
SOURCE: CMP Media, Inc.