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Safari Books Online - Business and Tech Books   Tags: business, safari, tech books, technology  

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Subject Coverage

  • Business
  • Desktop and Web Applications
  • Digital Media
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology & Software Development
  • Math & Science
  • Personal & Professional Development
  • Products
  • Vendors

Publication Types

  • Books
  • Short cuts provide deep coverage of a specific topic, usually in fewer than 100 pages.
  • Videos

What is Safari Books Online?



Safari™ Business Books Online delivers instant, reliable answers to both students and researchers. From problem solving and leadership to customer service and employee performance, these e-reference business books deal with a wide range of critical business skills. The database includes over 7,000 titles (September 2012) from more than 15 imprints from the most well-known publishers in the field.

Safari™ Tech Books Online is the ideal ready-reference resource, providing a level of authority, flexibility, and currency unequalled by other online IT reference databases. Featuring over 17,000 titles (September 2012) from more than 20 imprints, it covers the technologies most essential to users including certification, enterprise computing, Java, Linux/Unix, Web development, Windows, XML, and more. Users can search hundreds of books simultaneously online, quickly finding the information they need.


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