I assume you need magazines for your organization's periodicals section or library? I stopped reading PC Magazine and other computer magazines when the Internet started to pick up. First it was Tom's Hardware when it was still being run by Tom Pabst (it kinda sucks now... it's what you might call "commercialized"). Then Anandtech, Aceshardware, AGNhardware, Tech Report, Fudzilla, etc. No reason to buy print magazines these days unless it's for a library. Besides, they're a waste of paper because publishers print the whole magazine and readers aren't gonna read the entire thing anyway, so even 'useless' articles get printed, which I can't say are just a few because the magazine company needs to at least fill it with enough articles to justify the price. Kinda like a CD where artists include only a couple of hits and the rest are 'fillers'. With the Internet, at least everything is electronic. Sure, you might say that the website may waste electricity and man-hours writing articles people don't read anyway, but at least they don't occupy lots of space like most magazines do and we don't cut down trees for each view of the article. (There may be a thousand reasons to justify print media over electronic media, but I guess in the end, electronic media wins, at least for computer journalism.) Of course, if it's for use in a library the magazine will be utilized far more than if an individual buys one, takes it home, and just reads the articles he finds interesting.
If you can't be trusted with small things, how can you be trusted with big things?