International Data Group

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International Data Group, Inc. (IDG) is a Massachusetts registered and headquartered media, events and research company focused on the tech landscape.wikipedia
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Patrick Joseph McGovern

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
Patrick Joseph McGovern, Jr. (August 11, 1937 – March 19, 2014) was an American businessman, known for being chairman and founder of International Data Group (IDG), a company that includes subsidiaries in technology publishing, research, event management and venture capital.

International Data Corporation

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
Founded in 1964, IDC is a wholly owned subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), a media, data and marketing services company.

Computerworld

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
The parent company of Computerworld US is IDG Communications.

InfoWorld

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
Its parent company is International Data Group, and its sister publications include Macworld and PC World.

Macworld/iWorld

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IDG World Expo ran E for All, Macworld Conference & Expo, and LinuxWorld Conference and Expo.
Produced by Boston-based IDG World Expo, Macworld/iWorld is a trade show with conference tracks dedicated to the Apple Macintosh platform.

Entertainment for All

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IDG World Expo ran E for All, Macworld Conference & Expo, and LinuxWorld Conference and Expo.
On January 5, 2007, IDG World Expo, announced the first annual E for All Expo, the only video game event to receive the endorsement of the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the trade organization that organized the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

Macworld

Macworld UKMacworld MagazineMac World Japan
Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
It was the oldest Macintosh magazine still in publication, until September 10, 2014, when IDG, its parent company, announced it was discontinuing the print edition and laid off most of the staff, while continuing an online version.

CIO magazine

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
CIO is part of Boston-based International Data Group's enterprise publications business.

LinuxWorld Conference and Expo

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IDG World Expo ran E for All, Macworld Conference & Expo, and LinuxWorld Conference and Expo.
The show was owned and managed by IDG World Expo, a business unit of International Data Group (IDG).

IDG Ventures

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On January 19, 2017, the Wall Street Journal reported that China Oceanwide Holdings Group was, as part of a Chinese consortium, acquiring International Data Group Inc., at the time known for IDG Ventures.
All of the funds were originally sole-source-funded by International Data Group.

GamePro

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The company was also a part subsidiary of the privately held International Data Group (IDG), a media, events and research technology group.

Channel World

ChannelWorld
Channel World is owned and published by IDG and covers the it sales channel.

PC World

PCWorldPC World MagazinePC World (magazine)
Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.
PC World is a global computer magazine published monthly by IDG.

China Oceanwide Holdings Group

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On January 19, 2017, the Wall Street Journal reported that China Oceanwide Holdings Group was, as part of a Chinese consortium, acquiring International Data Group Inc., at the time known for IDG Ventures.
In March 2017, the group acquired International Data Group, publisher of PC World and Computerworld, along with its research subsidiary, IDC.

Framingham, Massachusetts

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In addition to retail properties, there are large office developments in the area including several companies headquartered in the triangle; the world headquarters of TJX is at the junction of Route 30 and Speen St, as is the main office of IDG and IDC.

For Dummies

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IDG Books, which was a public company spun off from the privately held IDG, published the popular self-help "...For Dummies" books.

Newtonville, Massachusetts

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Founded in 1964 by Patrick Joseph McGovern in Newtonville, Massachusetts, the organization is made up of International Data Corporation (IDC) and IDG Communications, which includes the CIO, Computerworld, PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and JavaWorld brands.

BlogCN

In 2005, several investors, including IDG, attempted to purchase BlogCN.

Self-help

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IDG Books, which was a public company spun off from the privately held IDG, published the popular self-help "...For Dummies" books.

Computer

computerscomputer systemdigital computer
The "...For Dummies" range was originally limited to computer related fields, but later expanded to include a much wider variety of topics.

Wiley (publisher)

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The series is now published by John Wiley & Sons.

Venture capital

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IDG Ventures is an international network of venture capital funds with approximately $3.6 billion under management, and over 220 companies formed over the last 17 years.

Assets under management

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IDG Ventures is an international network of venture capital funds with approximately $3.6 billion under management, and over 220 companies formed over the last 17 years.

List of Webby Award winners

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700 people attended the event on March 6, 1997 at Bimbo's Night Club in San Francisco, California Whereas in later years the panelists were official members of International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, in 1997 the awards were chosen and given by IDG's The Web Magazine, which appointed a panel to judge the competition.

Vaporware

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Network World magazine called vaporware an "epidemic" in 1989 and blamed the press for not investigating whether developers' claims were true.