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Real Time Publishers ... Great Resource for IT Information

I have to hand it to Kirk McArdle, of New Horizons www.newhorizons.com) again, he's dishing out more good information. He showed us this web site during class wrap-up yesterday: Real Time Publishers, www.realtimepublishers.com, is a great site for downloading white papers about various IT topics. I am most interested in the ones about service management right now, but they appear to have tons of information there. For the price of giving up your work mailing address, you get access to download lots of nice content.

If you're anyting like me, you probably shred tons of vendor mail throughout the week.

If you'd like to reach me, Lewis Lampkin, III on linked in, I am available at the following address:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/lewislampkin

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