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Upcoming features for February 2013

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

NetGuide going Digital - February issue
Starting February we are delighted to announce that NetGuide magazine will be relaunching in an exciting new digital format.

NetGuide digital will feature a unique reading platform that has been custom developed - allowing NetGuide to be read on any computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or even smart TV that consumers access the internet on.

NetGuide digital will also be going to a much larger audience, with an initial distribution of over 200,000 readers - that's larger than any NZ newspaper and the fourth largest magazine distribution in New Zealand. Plus we will be actively exploring additional opportunities with distribution partners, including ISP's and retailers to continue to grow its audience.

There is even more great news for advertisers - as NetGuide digital will feature full page, interactive and rich media digital adverts along with the opportunity to run "Sponsored Stories" to showcase your products or services. Digital advertising also means that advertisers will have access to a host of reporting statistics, from Impressions, unique viewers, time on page and click through rates.

For more information on advertising in NetGuide digital, call Haydn on +64 9 973 5969 or email him here.



Why Go Microsoft? - February issue
Used by nearly every company in business today, Microsoft products are pervasive. With the coming of the cloud, the move towards a ‘post-PC’ era where tablet devices are eroding desktop and laptop sales, and with the rise of the touch interface, Microsoft faces the most sustained and credible threat to its business models since its inception. But the giant does not slumber: the introduction of Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Windows Server 2012, Office 365 and Azure, developments in its Dynamics division towards touch-driven ERP and the Surface tablet point towards a renaissance for the company.

Who you should know - February issue
Get your business card in front of over 3,500 CIOs & IT Managers. In the upcoming February issue of IT Brief, we are again running the hugely popular personal feature “Who you should know”. This is your opportunity to secure an introduction to showcase your company’s key contacts and services. Please note that this is an advertising feature, not editorial

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

Fabric Networking - February issue
Not all Fabric Networking solutions are cut from the same cloth. In this feature, we dispel the confusion that surrounds Fabric Networking with views from vendors which provide high speed purpose-built network solutions.

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



Security - February issue
Yes, it may be 2013, but some things never change and security remains a hot topic. We take a look at the latest trends impacting on security, and how resellers can capitalise on them.

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



Feature List 2013
You can also download our 2013 feature list to see all upcoming features here