E-Commerce Consumer & Trade Publications

Below, you will find a list of publications that will serve to keep you updated on e-commerce news. In general, you will find that you can access current issues through these sites at no cost. However, some sites require a subscription to view older issues. Baker has subscriptions to many of these titles through our business databases. If a title can be accessed through one of our databases, links to those databases are provided.

This is the site of the organization called AIIM (The Association for Information and Image Management). Its mission is to help organizations to think through the question of information preservation as well as information storage in all mediums. Articles cover areas such as document management, workflow, content management, data warehousing, mass storage, and other e-business technologies.

Produced by the Fortune Group at Time Inc., this is a combination of the old Business 2.0 and eCompany Now. Includes access to articles from eCompany Now, Business 2.0, FORTUNE, FSB: FORTUNE Small Business, Money, and CNET. The site offers the Web Guide, a hand-picked directory of more than 11,000 topics and 50,000 sites related to business and technology, as well as Web Files, research pages that enable readers to delve beneath the surface of subjects covered in the magazine.

CIO magazine addresses issues vital to the success of chief information officers (CIOs) worldwide. Provides analysis and insight on information technology trends and a keen understanding of IT's role in achieving business goals.
Indexed in: ABI/Inform Complete

Computerworld covers news from the IT manager's perspective with a broad analytical view of how that news affects the daily operations of large technology enterprises. One of the Search windows allows searching directly for E-Commerce issues.
Indexed in: ABI/Inform Trade
Business Source Premier

eWeek (formerly PC Week)
The site provides high-tech news on a continual basis throughout the day—every day. In addition, eWEEK.com expands the scope of enterprise technology coverage through special reports, technology-focused "centers" and sections devoted to specific markets, including Finance, Health Care, Retail and Supply Chain.
Indexed in: Business Source Premier

Fast Company
Launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, the magazine was founded on a single premise: A global revolution was changing business, and business was changing the world. Offers the insights business readers most hunger for: what it takes to create new products, new services, and new ways of doing business
Indexed in: ABI/Inform Global
Business Source Premier

Forbes eCommerce Section
"Forbes.com Inc. is a leading Internet media company providing business information services and lifestyle editorial content designed to serve the needs of business leaders, professionals, investors and affluent consumers. The site includes daily original reporting on the business of technology.

Here you'll find the latest on the business side of tech, from mergers and acquisitions to startup companies to the latest volley of patent infringement lawsuits. Contains incisive coverage of emerging products, services, and trends that upset the old order and create new business opportunities.

Red Herring
Red Herring, Inc., founded in 1993, is a media company whose mission is to cover innovation, technology, financing and entrepreneurial activity. Considered a "must read" for investors.

Wired Magazine
An edgy look at the business and culture of the Web. Wired News delivers an in-depth, informed insider's perspective on how technology is affecting business, culture, and politics on a daily basis. Launched in 1996, Wired News is available directly via the Web."