Your future on the web

Rees, Glenn
August 2009
Australian PC User;Aug2009, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p8
In this article the author focuses on the significance of web in managing businesses during recession. He refers to an article titled 'Hanging Tough' published in the journal "The New Yorker," on how some world's best-known corporations excelled during recession. The proliferation of new web tools in the business can reduce the time developers need to spend building and maintaining web sites. The author suggests investing in new or redesigned web sites, which can save costs too.


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