The Digital Library : Corporate Computing Reviews Pricing
An annual subscription to Computing Reviews by corporations allows global access to the Computing Reviews database with no limits to concurrent users or downloads. Pricing is straight forward and is simply based on an organization's annual sales revenue.
2014 Corporate Computing Reviews Pricing is as follows:
|< $100M||$100M – $500M||>$500M|
*Corporate Discount rates are available. Please email Dlfirstname.lastname@example.org
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