The Spring TDW magazine issue of the Tech Data World Magazine is now out and heading out to our subscribers.

Believe it or not, this is our fifth year of creating and publishing the magazine and thanks to everyone who has contributed. The article creators, the sponsors who advertise, the magazine is a success through all of your efforts and support. We love putting the magazine together, although it does get a bit hairy chasing deadlines.

The magazine now has many hundreds of subscribers and we have decided to mark this success with a dedicated website focused purely on the magazine. The website not only gives guidance on how to subscribe but also how you can get involved. We also list all of the back issues we have created and a comprehensive article list so you can see what you have missed.

Spring TDW Magazine
The Magazine is full again this quarter!

Five years and what a different!

When we were going through our archives, it is hard to not to be extremely proud of where have come from and where we are today. It is fair to say that the magazine, in the beginning, was, well, pants! But, today, the magazine is polished, looks great and the content quality is a million miles away from where we started.

In this Spring Issue, we have covered a great deal, from converting paper-based manuals to an S1000D structure and the 20 things to consider. We took a legacy manual and highlighted what we believe are 20 considerations that may not be entirely obvious.

Want to see what is inside?

So now we have to redirect you to the new website! Please do send us any suggestions, comments and feedback – we are growing TDW at a rate that you are all contributing to and for this, we are extremely grateful.

Mike Ingledew

A trained aircraft engineer (rotorcraft), I entered in to the field of technical information writing S1000D data modules on a major European military platform.

After a series of high profile project roles and the privilege of supporting clients worldwide, I ended my 'employed' career at a subsidiary of Boeing Aircraft after I decided to leave and focus on TDW full-time.

From my time supporting clients worldwide, I could see that there was a market need for an independent organisation that could be a trusted advisory source for those needing to implement successful technical information strategies.

I am passionate about the art of technical communications and the process, software and skills needed in our market.

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