Information in the Bank

MacNeil, Jane Salodof
June 2001
Inc.;2001 Inc. Technology 2, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p84
The article describes TechTarget.com, a search engine created by Greg Strakosch to meet the needs of IT workers who want to keep up-to-date information about the computers and software they used. A second storage website, Searchdomino.com, was launched for Lotus Domino users. Because there was a shortage of IT workers to run the storage servers, the storage function was outsourced to StorageNetworks.


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