About Us

We offer a fully integrated suite of magazines and websites that cover all aspects of the ICT marketplace. Below is a brief introduction to each brand.

 

NetGuide is New Zealand’s top selling consumer internet magazine, website and email newsletter. It is aimed at consumers at home. It contains the features, product reviews and buying advice for those new to the technology, as well as intermediate users looking to make the most of their technology.

Game Console is one of New Zealand’s leading gaming websites, jam packed with reviews and previews of the hottest new console and PC games and accessories. Gamers can also stay up to date with the latest news and watch rare developer interviews by signing up to our weekly email newsletter.

MacGuide is a website and email newsletter dedicated to the latest Apple news and products, be it a new version of iOS or the latest iPad or iPhone announcement. The site isn’t designed just for Mac users, but also Windows users with an iOS device.

Start-Up is designed to be practical guide to technology for small and entrepreneurial businesses. Whilst a number of websites and publications are focused on small businesses, most are aspirational and none focus just on the technology. It operates as both a website and weekly email newsletter service.

Educate is designed as a news and information resource for educators. We offer not only the latest technology news – but how this impacts education and how technology can be harnessed to improve learning and functionality in our education environments throughout New Zealand. Educate operates as a website and weekly newsletter.

IT Brief is monthly journal, website and email newsletter targeted at business and IT executives who are involved in IT decision-making. It provides food for thought, especially around IT strategy for corporate, government or enterprise sized businesses. Most key CIO’s and IT managers throughout New Zealand follow the brand in print or online.

As a specialist section of IT Brief magazine, Telco Review is read by over 3,000 of New Zealand’s key telecommunications and IT decision-makers. Both the magazine and the website are jam packed with news, executive interviews, in-depth monthly features, plus industry and regulatory commentary. An up-to-date website and weekly email newsletter also operates under the brand.

The Channel is a monthly trade magazine, with an accompanying website and email newsletter. It’s aimed at the IT industry, in particular system integrators, resellers and retailers. It’s a feature-based, non technical publication focused on the business issues that New Zealand channel partners face and the business opportunities that exist for them. The website, updated everyday, covers breaking news within the industry.

Techday brings all of our publications together in one website. The website replaces all of our previous individual web sites and has been designed from the ground up with our readers in mind.

With an archive of tens of thousands of articles from the combining of our individual websites and piles of daily content. We see Techday being New Zealand’s hub for technology decision-makers of all persuasions. We have also imported a complete archive of of our printed editorial content into the site to make Techday the ultimate reference site.

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Review: Sony Xperia Z2

NetGuide Smartphones are all about compromise these days. Fitting a hi-res screen, camera and huge battery into increasingly lighter handsets isn’t easy, and usually, something has to give.   Read More →

Review: LifeTrak C410 Fitness tracker

NetGuide The C410 is a fitness tracker first and a watch second. Because of this it not only tells the time, but also tracks almost everything a fitness nut would need to know.
Amongst the many stats tracked are Steps. Calories are measured too as are distances covered. There’s a sleep tracking function, plus heart rate monitoring.   Read More →

Android App Review: Writing Prompts

NetGuide Writing Prompts is one of those obviously-named apps that gives you exactly what the name suggests and nothing more. If you want some help getting started with your creative writing, then the Writing Prompts app might be able to help.   Read More →