IBM Works With Gov’t/Corporations On Web Accessibility

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 10, 2003

From InfoWorld: IBM’s Global Services division has created a team of 40 consultants and 100 IT professionals dedicated to developing and implementing services to make software and hardware accessible to people with disabilities. The services address areas such as tweaking Web sites so their content can be read aloud by voice software and so that their design can be modified and adapted to better accommodate users with sight problems.”
See the beSpacific resource area on web accessibility for related links and news.

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