Editorial feature opportunities for August 2014

We’re planning the following editorial features in our August magazines.

Deadline for editorial or advertising commitments is 15th July 2014.

Mobility and wireless – August issue

Gartner includes mobile as one of its ‘Nexus of Forces’ – four trends driving technology change. The Channel takes a look at mobility and its big sister, wireless, the opportunities they offer resellers and the changes its all having on the New Zealand reseller channel.

If this feature or other advertising options are of interest, call Mark on +64 9 973 5959 or email him here.

Gateway and data centre security – August issue

It’s the entry point to your network, so securing your gateway is a crucial part of your overall security strategy. Meanwhile, your data centre is home to the company’s critical data – hardly something you want to leave open to all. IT Brief looks at these two critical elements of security, the trends, latest technologies and everything you need to know to enable you to sleep easy at night.

If this feature or other advertising options are of interest, call Dave on +64 9 913 1453 or email him here.

Lync – August issue

Is Lync the little engine that thought it could? As Microsoft’s messaging and communications offering expands its footprint ever further, TelcoReview takes a look at what it all means for businesses.

If this feature or other advertising options are of interest, call Ryan on +64 9 973 5967 or email him here.

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