CMG, one of the worlds most influential organizations of IT professionals committed to digital transformation initiatives and best practices, is delighted to announce the launch of its new brand and communications platform—a platform built to showcase its measurement and management of computer systems and networks from a performance and capacity perspective to drive ongoing change.
The new brand and platform—one that consists of a modernized look for the 40-year-old company—focuses on facilitating connections and communications, sharing ideas and best practices, and offering opportunities for members to interact directly with CMG sponsors and community thought leaders. CMG’s sponsors and community thought leaders deliver essential resources to its members. Through them, members have access to educational materials, best practices, networking, technical demonstrations, and other key assets. They also have access to the latest trends and technology—helping them to keep pace with technology’s accelerated growth. With digital tools evolving so rapidly, CMG’s network offers a wealth of opportunities for working together towards creating a harmonious and connected ecosystem.
The push to expand CMG’s communications comes with a highly dedicated and skilled communications team––one that will now be responsible for managing all CMG’s external communications efforts. Members, sponsors, and community thought leaders can now look forward to many educational and informative communications, including social media engagement, informative videos, articles, white papers, eBooks, and more.
“We are extremely excited to launch this new era for our company,” commented Amanda Hendley, Managing Director of CMG. “We have always invested in the success and future of CMG, and this new chapter in our history offers us opportunities to communicate with our members, sponsors, and community thought leaders in a way that will support their efforts to create a harmonious and connected ecosystem.”
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