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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 30, 2005
KnowledgeStorm (http://www.knowledgestorm.com)], the InternetÂs top-ranked technology search site and leading provider of technology solutions content, today announced its award-winning content is now available on Computerworld.com (http://www.computerworld.com/)], powering 20 customized IT product and services directories. KnowledgeStormÂs topic-specific buyerÂs guides are now housed within the current Computerworld Knowledge Centers.
Senior level IT management has long recognized Computerworld, a business unit of International Data Group (IDG), as a leader in the IT media industry. Computerworld prides itself on delivering relevant, high-quality information to its users, and now, with KnowledgeStormÂs comprehensive IT product and services directory, it helps them make more informed IT purchasing decisions. Through a number of specialized Computerworld Buyers Guides, site users will be able to access data, conduct research, and make vendor comparisons on specific business and technology topics. The main Buyers Guide is located at http://guides.computerworld.com.
"We are committed to continually providing our readers with the timely news, expert advice, and thorough analysis they have come to expect from Computerworld," said Martha Connors, vice president and general manager online for Computerworld. "KnowledgeStorm will play a key role in helping us meet that commitment by providing comprehensive product content to assist our users in making important technology decisions."
The twenty Computerworld BuyerÂs Guides will range in subject matter from broad range technology topics like IT Management (http://itmgmtguide.computerworld.com) and e-Business (http://ebizguide.computerworld.com), to more targeted areas like CRM (http://crmguide.computerworld.com), ERP (http://erpguide.computerworld.com), Development (http://devguide.computerworld.com/), Storage (http://storageguide.computerworld.com/), and Hardware (http://hwguide.computerworld.com/). KnowledgeStorm expects that through optimization of the sites, that the Computerworld partnership will have a substantial impact on KnowledgeStorm's traffic.
"KnowledgeStorm is excited to pair our vast technology product and services content alongside Computerworld's industry leading IT news and analysis," said Rachel Spasser, vice president, business development for KnowledgeStorm. "Our relationship with Computerworld brings one of the highest quality audiences on the Internet a new means of matching technology requirements to a 'short list' of IT vendors."
Founded in 1998, KnowledgeStorm is the InternetÂs top-ranked technology search site. With the largest online index of IT solutions, KnowledgeStorm offers technology buyers a free, easy and comprehensive means to match business requirements to a "short list" of technology providers and to stay current on technology topics and trends. This information is available through the KnowledgeStorm Network, which includes http://www.knowledgestorm.com, specialty search sites and syndication partners. Technology vendors use KnowledgeStormÂs efficient, effective lead generation services to fill sales pipelines with motivated and educated buyers. For more information, visit http://www.knowledgestorm.com.
Computerworld, the "Voice of IT Management," is the most trusted source for the critical information needs of senior IT management. Computerworld's integrated offerings form the U.S.-based hub of the world's largest (58-edition) global IT media network through its weekly publication, Computerworld.com Web site, focused conference series and custom research. In the past five years alone, Computerworld has won more than 100 print and online awards for editorial and design excellence, surpassing its direct competition by an order of magnitude. Recognition includes the 2004 Magazine of the Year Award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors and a Jesse H. Neal Award for "Best News Coverage." In print since 1967, Computerworld is the source for information technology management, with a guaranteed rate base of 180,050, a total print audience of 1,138,000 (IntelliQuest CIMS 2004 Business Influencer Study) and an online audience of over 1 million unique monthly visitors (DoubleClick).
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