Computer Weekly won a triple accolade this week. In the annual Banner readership survey published this week, Computer Weekly was the best-read IT title in every category - covering the key IT decision makers and influencers inside and outside IT departments. Among decision-makers in IT departments Computer Weekly has increased its score to 54% and stretched its lead over its nearest rival.
The annual NOP Quality of Reading Survey, which asks IT decision makers what title they prefer, showed Computer Weekly significantly ahead of its rivals. Computer Weekly was voted first with the news, most useful, most authoritative, most campaigning, easiest to read, most up-to-date with IT issues and most supportive of IT professionals.
Computer Weekly has also been shortlisted for Business Magazine of the Year and Editor of the Year in the Periodical Publishers Association Awards - the Oscars of business journalism. No other IT weekly has been shortlisted in the editorial categories.