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InformationWeek SMB Integrates With InformationWeek

The technology resource for small and midsize business is now fully integrated with InformationWeek to provide users with even broader technology resources.

The technology resource for small and midsize business is now fully integrated with InformationWeek to provide users with even broader technology resources.Regular users of InformationWeek SMB will notice some changes this week. What's prompted this is that InformationWeek SMB is now fully integrated with InformationWeek. That means the site now has a new look and feel, but our team of contributors will continue delivering the SMB-focused content you've come to expect through news and features, blogs, slideshows, and the InformationWeek SMB Report. Plus, thanks to the tighter integration, we'll be presenting you with SMB-relevant news and resources from InformationWeek as well.

As part of the integration, we've also introduced contributor pages that make it easy to keep tabs on content from specific writers. Take a moment to check out the pages for each of our contributors:

Daniel Dern (Hardware & Software, Open Source, Storage, Cloud Computing, SaaS)

Keith Ferrell (Security, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery)

Paul Korzeniowski (Networking & Communications, UC, Messaging, Collaboration, Mobile)

Michele Pepe-Warren (VARs, MSPs, Social Networking, Web 2.0)

Jake Widman (Business & E-Business, Internet/Web, Apple)

Lamont Wood (Servers, Virtualization, Green Business, Printers & Printing)

To keep up with the latest on technology for small and midsize businesses, visit InformationWeek SMB now and subscribe to the InformationWeek SMB Report delivered to your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday.

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