CPI is a partner for the region with IDG, the world's largest ICT publishing house. As part of a family of more than 300 magazines globally, CPI is uniquely positioned to take local news to the world stage and bring world news and comment to the local market.
No other publishing house in the region has this capability, nor publishes a range of IT titles which belong to globally recognised magazine product families. With local editions of world class and industry leading titles like Computerworld (as Computer News Middle East, Network World and CSO (as Security Advisor Middle East) CPI has an enviable reputation for quality with one of the industry's leading players.
IDG informs more people about technology than any other media company. In fact, more than 100 million people in 85 countries read IDG's publications. Providing locally produced content to technology decision-makers worldwide, IDG is uniquely able to inform and educate local audiences about the impact of technology in their particular markets. With the unparalleled depth, quality and reach of its publications, IDG has built the largest and most respected portfolio of technology publications in the world. The number of prestigious editorial and design awards that its publications win annually upholds IDG's global leadership in technology publishing.
And, as part of this relationship, CPI staffers upload local stories to a global news service, ensuring the widest possible distribution of regional success stories.
CPI journalists have the edge over others, sometimes well in advance, with embargoed news from Silicon Valley or the Pacific Rim that will impact the local markets.
Our news reporting is unique - a finger on the global pulse and a commitment to the local market.