Computer Review is a practical database monitoring advances in the Knowledge Economy. It helps professionals and students identify daily developments and track the companies which make it possible.
First published in 1959 by Adams Associates as a popular pamphlet, it was purchased by George M. Luhowy in 1971 and renamed Computer Review. Arriving simultaneously, the era of content automation and database publishing led to the growth of electronic publishing for business.
Over five decades Computer Review benefitted from the knowledge and support of many exceptional individuals, among them Roget T Baust, Robert D MacCormack, and Steve Keith. Today, Computer Review is available online and features ActiveTrak, a unique intelligence service using smart bots to monitor technology developments worldwide.
For real-time information, click the Titles for technology market, click Overview for database summary, click FREE Directory for representative list of companies.
So, if you are that busy executive, technology analyst, corporate or university librarian or government decision maker wondering how to stay up-to-date with all that is going on in this rapidly changing world, then for a mere US$595/year subscription to the 2018 print and online edition of Computer Review, you’ve just found the answer to all your needs.
Based in Gloucester, MA, USA, Computer Review maintains a comprehensive technology database for university, government and corporate clients. The proprietary ActiveTrak System of smart bots monitors companies in over 130 countries daily to collect the most current information available. Computer Review, online since 1994 and now in it’s 57th print edition, is used by organizations and libraries worldwide as a premier information resource to the new Digital Economy.