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Ethical Hacking
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Ethical Hacking

By Ankit Fadia

USA: Premier Press No creases to the covers or to the spine. Glossy card covers. 723 very clean pages. No highlighting or marks. Cover price £36.99p Some mild shop shelf wear. This is a very heavy book and will need extra postage. 9in x 7.5in


The Road Ahead - Revised and Updated

By Bill Gates

London: Penguin, 1996 A very good copy of this book. No creases to the spine or to the covers. Tight, clean pages.


The Cheats Handbook - Playstation Max

U. K.: Future, 1999 An excellent copy of this handbook. Reduced postage. - light book.


Internet Detectives 7 - Virus Attack
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Internet Detectives 7 - Virus Attack

By Michael Coleman

London: Macmillan, 1997 An ex-library copy of this book. ffep missing. Laminated by the library - laminate now creasing. 109 pages. Lower postage - lighter book.


Jahangir's Compact Computer Dictionary - English to Urdu

By Syed Waqar Ali Hashmi

Jahangir Book Depot Lahore: Fawaz Niaz An ex-library copy of this book with one withdrawn stamp. 320 very clean pages. Laminated boards. No date, but this looks to be a recent book.This book is in excellent condition.


The Sinclair Book of Management Calculations - a Step-By-step Guide to the Use of the Electronic Calculator in Business

By Christian De Lisle

U K: Woodhead-Faulkner, 1973 A very good copy of this collectable instruction book. 96 clean, tight pages. No creases to the spine. Minor shelf wear to the covers.


Customers com: How to Create a Profitable Business Strategy for the Internet and Beyond
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Customers com: How to Create a Profitable Business Strategy for the Internet and Beyond

By Patricia B. Seybold with Ronni T. Marshak

London: Random House Audio, 1999 360 pages, including index. Minor crease to top of front cover of dj otherwise fine. This book is by internationally renowned consultant and analyst Patricia B. Seybold. The book's purpose is to provide expert - but very accessible - advice to business people, showing how companies can use information technology, including the internet, to get closer to their customers. Everyone knows the prediction: the Internet will change the way business is done. And everyone has the same fear: they will fall behind their competitors and miss the boat. This book does not offer breathless predictions - it offers practical, easy-to-understand advice and shows the reader how to apply it. The author has advised companies such as Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and Ernst & Young. The advice she gives in this book is based on solid, proven marketing principles and on real, detailed case studies of how well-known corporations like Amazon, Hertz and Dell are using the Internet successfully.