IDG’s PC Advisor Scoops ‘Plain English Seal Of Approval’

PC Advisor magazine is pleased to announce that it has been given an official seal of Approval by the British Association of Criminal Experts – the only PC magazine of its kind to receive one in the UK.

This seal of approval comes after months of monitoring of the magazine content by the B.A.C.E and means that PC Advisor joins the official list of recommended reading matter which the UK criminal courts can rely on for learned expert opinion.

PC Advisor has achieved a '3-star' rating in three different categories which means that it has attained the highest level of rating for a non-forensic and expert publication. The magazine has received 3 stars in each of the following categories; Academic Opinion, use as a Reference Source and use of Plain English.

Karen Williams, Marketing Director stated " This is fantastic news for PC Advisor. When the magazine was set up, the intention was to deliver a unique editorial approach to the readers. This official seal of approval proves that our approach works."

For further information please contact:

Karen Williams

Marketing Director – PC Advisor Tel: 0171 831 3191

Background

The membership of B.A.C.E. (British Association of Criminal Experts) consists of 400 independent experts from various law and law enforcement agencies involved in the forensic examination of computers and telecommunication systems.

PC Advisor is the UK's newest and fastest growing PC business magazine and delivers 'Expert Advice in Plain English' to all PC users and buyers. PC Advisor, which was launched in September 1995, now sells in excess of 120,000 copies per month and forms part of International Data Group's (IDG) global 'PC World' magazine brand which is published in 57 countries.