Cnet @ Work, PC World and other sites are no longer a haven for consumer gadgets are gizmos but are moving to reach more business customers.
Cnet’s At Work section is lead by Rafe Needleman and is full of business related information. PC World’s newly launched info centers have a channel for Small Business and Home Office tools.
As you look to boost technology in your business, keep up with technology by reading tech focused magazines (online and offline) and SEARCH for great information and resources by visiting, Cnet, PC World, Smallbiztechnology.com (but of course)
One dozen centers have gone live already, and more are on the way. It’s our newest way of living up to our motto: “Technology Advice You Can Trust.” Once you have a chance to dig into the Info Centers, let me know what you think. I’m interested in your opinions on how we can make them even better and more relevant to you writes Ramon McLeod, editor of PCWorld.com
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