Editorial feature opportunities for June 2014

We’re planning the following editorial features in our June magazines. Deadline for editorial or advertising commitments is 20th May 2014.



Cloud – June issue
Public, private, hybrid, community… the cloud just keeps on expanding. The Channel looks at some of the trends and their impact on resellers, and what the reseller channel should consider when reselling cloud offerings.

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



Data centres – June issue
They’re the power behind business and the cloud, and in this issue of IT Brief we look at how data centres are changing and what’s behind that change.

Who You Should Know – June issue
Our ever popular ‘Who You Should Know’ feature is back, providing an opportunity to introduce yourself to our IT Manager and CIO readers in a non-threatening format. It’s cheaper than printing 3000 business cards but achieves the same result!

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



Contact centres – June issue
The contact centre is a crucial point of contact with customer. We look at the changing form of that ‘contact’, and the technologies and trends driving the modern contact centre in New Zealand.

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



Feature List 2014
You can download our 2014 feature list to see all upcoming features here.

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