IDG to Help IBM Reach Foreign Technology Buyers

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Information technology media and research company International Data Group (IDG) has announced a one-year deal with IBM that will allow the computer company to reach technology buyers in 34 countries with news and reviews about local products and operating environments.


Through IDG, Boston, IBM will reach computer professionals on more than 80 locally produced foreign Web sites covering foreign markets in native languages. The global online agreement is the second phase of a partnership between the two companies.
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