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A Blog is Born
TEC launches its own corporate blogAlways on the lookout for new and improved ways in which to reach and connect with our varied audiences, TEC is proud to

blog technologyevaluation com  Blog is Born TEC launches its own corporate blog Always on the lookout for new and improved ways in which to reach and connect with our varied audiences, TEC is proud to finally launch the Corporate Blog Project . We decided to launch with WordPress MU , giving us all the renowned capability of the WordPress engine and the flexibility and option of housing a network of blogs under the umbrella of TEC. So now, aside from our main TEC Blog , we also present in parallel our Spanish language blog Foro

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