Computer Review provides a comprehensive real-time view of the Knowledge Economy for business and marketing. You can identify daily technology developments in 40 industry sectors and monitor the companies and research organizations which make it possible.
First published as a quarterly booklet, it was purchased by George M. Luhowy in 1971 and expanded as Computer Review. The era of content automation and database publishing arrived simultaneously, leading to our participation in the growth in electronic publishing.
Computer generated publishing began with Computer Review at GML Corp, leading to the growth of electronic publishing for business.
Computer Terminals Review was the 1st automated print directory generated by computer for a commercial audience.
In 1978 the 1st commercial access to technology information was offered on the Data Resources time-sharing network at $165/hour.
In 1994 the 1st digital subscriptions to Computer, Microcomputer, Terminals, and Peripherals Review were offered over the Internet.
In 1996 the ActiveTrak technology monitor was completed using smart Internet bots to automatically update the information.
By 2020 a significant library of over 40 real-time databases with daily updates was available exclusively from Computer Review.
Celebrating 50 years of e-publishing, Companies and Universities can order a new no-code service to explore daily opportunities in business and marketing.
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.
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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 a subscription to the online edition of Computer Review answers 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 100 countries daily to collect the most current information available. Computer Review is used by organizations and libraries worldwide as a premier information resource to the new Digital Economy.