IDG’s Computerworld Solicits Nominations for 10th Annual ‘Best Places to Work in IT’ Survey

FRAMINGHAM, MA – DECEMBER 11, 2002 – IDG's Computerworld, the weekly newspaper for information technology (IT) leaders, today announced that it is accepting nominations for its 10th annual "Best Places to Work in IT" survey. The survey identifies the top 100 workplaces for IT professionals across a broad range of industries, and will be published in its entirety in the June 9, 2003, issue of the publication.


To be eligible for the survey, companies must have fiscal year-end revenues of $250 million or greater and a minimum total staff of 100 employees. Qualified companies will be judged on a variety of criteria, including competitive salaries, benefits, opportunities for training and advancement, diversity, interesting projects and workplace flexibility.

Computerworld invites readers, public relations professionals and other interested parties to nominate companies that meet these criteria. Nominators will also be asked to provide the name and contact information of an individual at the nominated company that is familiar with employment statistics, benefits, policies and programs of the IT department. Once a company is proposed, this individual will be notified and asked to fill out a detailed survey in January 2003.

If you are interested in suggesting an employer for the "Best Places to Work" survey, please visit the online nomination at For details and FAQ regarding the study, please visit

About Computerworld

Computerworld is the only integrated media company focused exclusively on the information needs of IT Leaders – those who manage and implement technology in Global 2000 organizations. The company's flagship weekly newspaper – along with its Web site and conference series for IT Leaders – form the U.S.-based hub of the world's largest (58-edition) worldwide IT media network. Publishing since 1967, Computerworld has been recognized numerous times by Folio: Magazine and the Computer Press Association as the best computer newspaper, and was named to the "Media Power 50" in 2002 by Crain Communications' BtoB Magazine. Winner of more than 70 print and online editorial awards since 1998, Computerworld has a newspaper circulation of 202,000, a total print audience of 1,846,000 (according to IntelliQuest CIMS v.9.0), and an online audience of 800,000 unique monthly visitors (according to DoubleClick). Breaking news and resources for IT Leaders are available at

About IDG

Computerworld is a business unit of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company. IDG publishes more than 300 magazines and newspapers and offers online users the largest network of technology-specific sites around the world through (, which comprises more than 330 targeted Web sites in 80 countries. IDG is also a leading producer of 168 computer-related events worldwide, and IDG's research company, IDC, provides global market intelligence and advice through 51 offices in 43 countries. Company information is available at