Computerworld Launches Volunteer IT Program to Aid in New York Disaster Relief Effort
FRAMINGHAM, MA – SEPTEMBER 13, 2001 — IDG’s Computerworld, an information services company for the IT leader community, today announced a Volunteer IT program designed to collect information from companies, organizations or individuals with technology goods, services or expertise to offer in supporting disaster relief efforts in New York. The information will be shared with volunteer agencies specializing in technology work and other government and relief agencies.
What: An effort to collect information for a database of IT organizations, companies or individuals willing to donate information technology goods and services. Possible donations include hardware and networking equipment, temporary office space or IT-trained volunteers.
Where: Parties interested in this volunteer effort should visit Computerworld online at http://www.computerworld.com and click on the "Volunteer IT" icon on the home page.
When: Now. The Volunteer IT database forms were posted this afternoon on the Computerworld home page.
Based in Framingham, Mass., Computerworld, Inc. is a complete information services company for the IT Leader community, providing print and online publications, books, conferences and research services. The company is a business unit of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company.