Editorial feature opportunities for April 2014

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We’re planning the following editorial features in our April magazines. Deadline for editorial or advertising commitments is 18th March 2014.



Data centre – April issue
With data centres the lifeblood of many organisations, The Channel takes an all encompassing look at the technologies and trends driving data centres, and how channel partners can best capitalise on them

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


Cloud – April issue
The Cloud is now a major part of business infrastructure. Whether opting for public or private cloud solutions, our feature will explain to CIOs and IT managers throughout NZ the solutions available and trends to be aware of.

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




BYOD – April issue

The evolution of BYOD means we are conducting business in new and innovative ways. Telco Review looks at the implications of BYOD and how it can transform productivity in New Zealand businesses of all sizes.

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



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