Gale's New ComputerSelect Web Version Offers Giga Content, New Publications

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Gale's New ComputerSelect Web Version Offers Giga Content, New Publications


The Gale Group has announced that version 1.5 of its ComputerSelect Web (http://www.computer-select.com) adds selected Giga Information Group content plus 100 new publications, more than doubling the total number of titles provided by the subscription-based online technology resource. According to the announcement, the new content additions solidify the position of the Web-based information resource as the most complete, timely, and authoritative source of news, technical information, and product specifications on the IT and electronics industries. The new version of ComputerSelect Web also features the ability to send alerts that deliver selected IT articles to users' desktops and the ability to export lists of IT company profiles. It also now links articles and specifications by product categories.

Gale reports that ComputerSelect Web is the first information provider to offer access to research from Giga, which was founded by Gideon Gartner in 1996. ComputerSelect Web subscribers will have access to selected Giga research pieces, including one-page, topic-specific research briefs and longer reports that provide qualitative analysis on key e-business and information technology topics.

"ComputerSelect Web users will now have access to in-depth analysis from Giga's respected analysts when researching new products, vendors, and technologies," said Bruce Cardinal, president of Gale Group's corporate division, publisher of the online resource. "This agreement strengthens ComputerSelect Web as a must-subscribe-to service for technology decision makers."

Examples of the 100 new publications that have been added to ComputerSelect Web include America's Network, CIO, Satellite Week, Web Techniques, Bank Systems + Technology, Business Communications Review, CADalyst, communications Daily, computer Telephony, Computers in Libraries, Corporate EFT Report, CTI News, Education Technology News, Electronic Design, Information Today, interactive PR and Marketing News, ISDN News, ISP Business News, Item Processing Report, LAN Product News, Mobile Phone News, Multimedia Week, OfficeSystems 99, Retail Delivery News, Software Industry Report, UNIX Update, and Wireless Review. …

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