2022 Press Releases
Oct 22 | The Register launches Public Sector Division to serve Government Focused Tech Marketers
The new Public Sector division will offer IT vendors a full suite of marketing options. These include demand generation, custom content, webcasts and display advertising. These programs are powered by reader insight garnered from firmographic data, email interactions, content downloads, topic interest, installed base, active projects and on-site behavior.
May 2002 | Situation Publishing expands systems coverage with Tobias Mann
Mann’s reporting background stretches to newspaper writing and a wide variety of in-depth technology analysis. In his previous role as an editor at SDxCentral, he covered a sprawling range of topics from data centers and service providers, to switching, routing, and optics, to SD-WAN and emerging network security tech including secure access service edge (SASE) and security service edge (SSE).
March 2002 | Situation Publishing adds veteran Semiconductor reporter, Dylan Martin
During his nearly 10 years as a professional journalist, Martin has gone from a general assignment reporter working for a free weekly newspaper to an up-and-coming technology and business writer who is well read by many in the IT industry.
March 22 | Jessica Lyons Hardcastle joins as The Register as Cybersecurity editor
Lyons Hardcastle comes to Situation Publishing after more than two decades in journalism. After cutting her teeth at alternative weekly newspapers in California, where she covered everything from state politics and crime to environmental news, she moved into business reporting in 2009. Lyons Hardcastle worked as a freelance editor and writer covering clean tech for publications including Silicon Valley Business Journal, Solar Novus Today, and Environment + Energy Leader.
March 22 | Jeff Burt bolsters enterprise coverage on The Register
Jeffrey Burt brings more than three decades of journalism experience to Situation Publishing. After 14 years covering everything from courts and crime to marine research and military environmental technology for general circulation newspapers in Massachusetts, he shifted to technology reporting with eWEEK in 2000. During 16 years as a writer and editor there, Burt wrote about a range of topics, including datacenter infrastructure, networking, collaboration tools, the cloud and edge, CPUs, GPUs and PCs.