LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 23 January 2014 – myComputer, IEEE Computer Society's new personalized information tool that lets technology readers customize their experience and stay up to date on specific interests, is now available to enterprise customers.
myComputer, the solution for information overload, lets companies quickly and easily meet training goals at a reasonable cost. Companies can purchase access to myComputer for their entire workforce or specific sets of employees. The content tool lets employees select content that meets their specific technical interests. They can choose three subject areas from among 30 of today's hottest technology topics, including security and privacy, big data, cloud computing, Internet of Things, mobile, high-performance computing, application development, cybercrime, and more.
Each month, IEEE Computer Society will search through its database of 13 leading-edge magazines and 200 conferences to deliver a list of the top peer-reviewed articles and papers in the three chosen subject areas directly to employees' inboxes for selection and download. Each month, users will also receive the digital edition of Computer, IEEE Computer Society's highly ranked flagship magazine, which will enable them to stay abreast of new developments in a wide range of technology fields.
myComputer can be customized and bundled with other IEEE Computer Society training products, such as the TechLeader Training Partner Program, webinars, custom events, and in-person or online courses.
"IEEE Computer Society recognizes that technology professionals have specialized interests, and limited time, and they want more control over what they choose to read," said Evan Butterfield, Director of Products and Services. "IEEE Computer Society's Digital Library and high-quality peer-reviewed magazines and journals represent an authoritative source of trusted content. Technology professionals have been telling us what they want, and we listened. myComputer represents a major advance in digital publishing and personalization from an organization with a worldwide reputation for producing high-quality content to serve the computing community."