SOURCE: Computer Review
Imagine the mountain of information on any subject and then imagine a service that cuts out 95% of the noise.
(PRWEB) January 24, 2013
Representatives from Computer Review announced today that the global economy will continue to expand as countries furiously compete for global positioning. Knowledge professionals need news of the global economy almost from the moment they have their first cup of coffee. Computer Review provides the latest information from the knowledge economy for subscribers like College Universities as well as Government and Corporate Libraries.
This is news because Computer Review monitors public and private organizations in 120 countries to cover the fields of computing, the Internet, biotechnology, the environment, communications, educations, digital media and energy sources. Just as important, the continually updated information provides detailed coverage of technology and developments in 38 technology markets.
The 38 global technology markets that Computer Review monitors turn out innovative, cutting edge products and Computer Review provides summaries and links to the original sources -- news that individuals and organizations cannot afford to be without. The listings of the 38 technology sectors include hard news on market trends, executive movements, job postings, world trends and news blogs.
The markets include advertising and online marketing, cloud computing, Internet applications and technology, legal information services, social networking, wireless networks, telematic services, worldwide outsourcing services, nanotechnology, GPS and location technology sources, communications and messaging, green power, knowledge management, financial services and many more.
Computer Review's ActiveTrak System monitors 30,000 companies and organizations. The information is categorized and indexed for fast access by subscribers in business, education and governmental bodies. In a global economy that changes at the speed of light, the pressure on business planners, information analysts, corporate decision-makers, tech executives, marketing executives, librarians, students and professionals to be on top of every change is tremendous.
The knowledge economy person's indoctrination into the fast paced, information rich global market begins the moment they open a window on it. Computer Review will make certain that subscribers will not stray from important innovations and developments in these critical sectors by providing the highest priority information in any form they want, be it online through smart phones, tablets or in print.
The knowledge economy's influence on industry sectors, companies, research and development, media outlets, educational institutions, medical technology centers, green technology developers and scores of others is palpable. Subscribers get targeted online access to information direct from the sources and they can access the source material as well.
Imagine the mountain of information available on any subject and then imagine a service that cuts out 95% of the noise and gives subscribers precisely what they want. Computer Review goes to original sources for news and developments that are vital to their subscribers' success.
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