Mountain View, CA—January 19, 2010  TDA Group is pleased to announce that IBM Data Management magazine has been recognized in the largest awards competition in magazine publishing. The June issue has been named the silver winner for Best Table of Contents in the B-to-B magazine category of the 2009 Folio: Ozzie awards.

“We’re excited to be recognized in this prestigious competition, and we’re grateful to the Ozzie judges for choosing IBM Data Management magazine as an example of design excellence,” said Cameron Crotty, managing writer at TDA Group and editor of IBM Data Management magazine. “TDA Group has a long tradition of marrying forward-thinking design with clear, engaging content, and this award is an indication of how effective that can be.”

About IBM Data Management Magazine

IBM Data Management magazine is the quarterly print publication for data management professionals, sponsored by IBM. IBM Data Management magazine vividly demonstrates how the smart use of data and information advances broad business success, providing the context that enables data management professionals at all levels to make more informed choices and create innovative, synchronized, agile solutions. The magazine’s clear, in-depth technical advice and hands-on examples show readers how to immediately improve productivity and performance. At the same time, expert commentary articulates how advanced technical capabilities benefit the people and processes throughout an organization.

IBM Data Management magazine reaches 75,000 IBM customers and prospects in print and digital formats.

About TDA Group

Founded in 1987, TDA Group of Mountain View, California, meets the enterprise media needs of its clients through a unique integrated approach to writing, design, and project management. The award-winning firm is known for creating and executing custom publishing initiatives, marketing programs, customer reference campaigns, and product launches. The majority of TDA clients are Fortune 50 tech companies. For more information about TDA Group, visit or call (650) 919-1200.