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February 21, 2004
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February 21, 2004
Syngress Publishing is an independent publisher of print and electronic reference materials for Information Technology professionals. Syngress' pioneering customer support program extends the value of every Syngress title with regular information updates and customer-driven author forums.
Chris Williams, President and Co-founder of Syngress Publishing discusses the new cost-effective method of bundled information from Syngress. Traditionally Syngress has bundled a .pdf version of each book that is sold, now customers have the option to buy the .pdf version alone or buy CDs that bundle several books for a topic onto one value-packed CD.
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