Safari Books Online is an on-demand digital library that provides the top technology titles in book and video format. Safari Books Online provides an integrated source for over 22,000 of the top expert technology and business books and over 6000 hours of training and instructional videos from leading publishers. Users can search across the entire Safari Books Online database from any computer anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year as well as mobile devices and the free iPad app. Safari's search filters enable you to find the exact piece of information you need - right to the exact word. Safari is widely considered the top technology resource used by government and defense agencies today.
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The SAFARI Basic Tech Library provides access to the Safari Books Online tech books collection. The SAFARI Premium Library includes the entire Safari Books Online database and includes all of the most important technical and business content available, plus Rough Cuts, Short Cuts, video, the Help Desk collection and PDF downloads. Safari Books Online, LLC, Sebastopol, Ca, is the SOLE SOURCE of this leading electronic reference library.
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