FREE stuff: 'My new iPad', mobile development training, downloads, and more!

Special offers for ITworld readers

UPDATE: The contests have ended. Congratulations to all our winners!

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We love to give stuff away! Each month we look for special offers for ITworld readers to try. This month, we have the new book from O'Reilly Photoshop CS6: The Missing Manual, mobile development training from Webucator, advice from security pros on how to craft a risk management strategy, and more!

FREE DOWNLOADS

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Anytime, anywhere access to files on any device - online & offline with server & desktop sync. Rated 4 stars by PC magazine. Start your free trial today.

Risk management owner's manual: Anticipate, evaluate, prioritize.

Security pros offer advice for a successful risk management strategy. Get it now!

FREE BOOKS

Each month ITworld and select tech publishers offer copies of new and upcoming books to some lucky readers. Enter July's book giveaways today:

My New iPad, 3rd Edition, by Wallace Wang; published by No Starch Press.

It's shiny. It's new. It's somewhat myterious. Learn about all the things your new iPad can do, including "top-secret" touch gestures.Enter now!.

Photoshop CS6: The Missing Manual, by Lesa Snider; published by O'Reilly.

This hefty tome is jam packed with expert tips and practical advice from long-time member of the Photoshop World Dream Team of instructors, Lesa Snider.Enter now!

FREE MOBILE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

ITworld and Webucator, a provider of customized, instructor-led training courses, are giving away a free seat in an upcoming online Mobile Development class of their choice. Enter now for a chance to win!

Note: We're always on the hunt for interesting giveaways, and free trials to share with readers. If you'd like us to look for something specific, or have something to share, drop me a line at jodie_naze@itworld.com.
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