InformIT

InformIT

InformIT, a subsidiary of Pearson Education, is an online book vendor and an electronic publisher of technology and education content.

InformIT.com is one of three flagship web sites of the Information Technology-focused Pearson Technology Group publishing imprints, and one of several sites in the InformIT Network. This site features free articles, blogs, and podcasts on IT topics and products, as well as a bookstore carrying all titles from these imprints.

Publishing imprints represented on InformIT.com [ [http://www.informit.com/about/ InformIT network of publishing imprints] ] include Addison-Wesley Professional, Cisco Press [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2001_Oct_22/ai_79331377 Safari Tech Books Online Named Exclusive Online Provider of Cisco Press Books] ] , Exam Cram, IBM Press, Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, Que Publishing, and Sams Publishing.

The other flagship sites in the InformIT Network include:

Peachpit.com: Peachpit has been publishing books on graphic design, desktop publishing, multimedia, Web design and development, digital video, and general computing since 1986. Peachpit's products feature step-by-step explanations, timesaving techniques, savvy insider tips, and expert advice for computer users of all sorts. Peachpit is the home of the internationally recognized "Visual QuickStart Guide" and "Classroom in a Book" series, and the design imprint New Riders and its highly popular "Voices That Matter" series. Peachpit is the publishing partner for Adobe Press, lynda.com, NAPP, Apple Certified, AIGA Design Press and others.

FTPress.com: The book publishing imprint related to the Financial Times newspaper, FT Press creates books in the areas of General Business, Finance and Investing, Sales and Marketing, Leadership, Management and Strategy, Human Resources, and Global Business. FT Press is the publishing partner for Wharton School Publishing.

afari Books Online Joint Venture

In 2001, the Pearson Technology Group and O'Reilly Media LLC formed a joint partnership called Safari Books Online, to offer a web-based electronic library of technical and business books from InformIT's imprint partners and O'Reilly Media. The InformIT Network offers access to this service via its web sites.

References

External links

* [http://www.informit.com/ InformIT.com]
* [http://safari.informit.com/ InformIT Safari Books Online]
* [http://www.peachpit.com/ Peachpit.com]
* [http://www.ftpress.com/ FTPress.com]
* [http://www.ciscopress.com/ CiscoPress.com]
* [http://www.ibmpressbooks.com/ IBMPressBooks.com]
* [http://www.examcram.com/ ExamCram.com]
* [http://www.whartonsp.com/ WhartonSchoolPublishing.com]
* [http://informit.com.au/ Informit Australia] (site on Australasian scholarly research, unrelated to InformIT, above)


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