Editorial feature opportunities for May 2014

We’re planning the following editorial features in our May magazines. Deadline for editorial or advertising commitments is 15th April 2014.



Network Infrastructure including wireless – May issue
Without the network computers are, well, not nearly as useful. The Channel takes a look at trends in network infrastructure, including wireless, and including upstart SDN, and how resellers can capitalise on the market.

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


End point security – May issue
With so many devices joining enterprise networks, the end point is a critical part of keeping up an organisation’s defences. We’ll look at the trends in this area and how the solutions fit into a wider security plan.

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



Compliance – May issue
Ensuring your network is compliant with standards like PCI & FIPS is important. Credit companies and customers like Government departments require strict levels of compliance just to do business. Which standards are the most crucial?

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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