Upcoming magazine features November 2012

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Next month in our magazines we’re planning the following editorial features:


How to buy a monitor - November issue
One of the most important factors when buying a PC is choosing the perfect monitor to go along with it. After all, this is the screen you will most likely be staring at for hours on end, day after day, week after week and maybe even year after year! You may not realise it, but choosing the correct monitor can actually make a world of difference, so we’re here to help!

How to buy a printer - November issue
When did buying a printer becomes so complicated? It’s certainly no longer a case that one size fits all. If you’ve got specific needs (or if you need your printer to do a little bit of everything), this month we’re bringing you a simple breakdown, showing which printer is best for you.

If these features or other advertising options are of interest, call Haydn on +64 9 973 5969 or email him here.



Enterprise security - November issue
Plugging the holes. Keeping your company’s data safe from compromise is a continuous task. Technology changes continuously, cyber criminals are ingenious and users tend to leave common sense at the office door (or so it seems to IT managers). That’s why you need the best tools and research to help identify and manage the many risks that threaten corporate security.

If these features or other advertising options are of interest, call Wellington on +64 9 973 5586 or email him here.


Data centre evolution – November issue
With momentum building in cloud computing, mobility and a host of online services which are available to businesses and consumers alike, the role of the data centre is becoming relevant to every connected person in a far more real way. In this feature, ITBrief has a look at New Zealand’s data centre capability – and considers the pros and cons of local versus international.

If these features or other advertising options are of interest, call Wellington on +64 9 973 5586 or email him here.



Virtualisation - November issue
New Zealand’s advanced adoption of server virtualisation has analysts predicting a tapering off in commodity server virtualisation sales opportunities, but there is still plenty of scope for resellers in other virtualisation categories. The Channel looks at opportunities ahead.

Resellers guide for Christmas - November issue
With Christmas rapidly approaching, we showcase some of the products resellers might want to stock in this special advertising feature.

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

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