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Editorial feature opportunities for September 2014

28 Jul 14

We're planning the following editorial features in our September magazines.

Deadline for editorial or advertising commitments is 19th August 2014.

Security - September issue

From malware and ransomware to mobile threats, your customers are facing constant pressure on the security front. The Channel looks at the latest threats - and the technologies to help protect against them.

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

Network infrastructure and SDN - September issue

In our last network infrastructure feature SDN was all the talk - it was, everyone said, going to change your network forever. A year down the track, we revisit SDN to see whether it lived up to the hype and just what changes it has brought to networks. And we'll take a look at other aspects of networking, from core switching to wireless and WAN optimisation, in our annual catch-all feature for enterprise networking.

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

Fibre connectivity - September issue

With fibre rolling out across New Zealand, we take a look at what fibre connectivity offers, equipment requirements and the road ahead.

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.

Kidd made Ingram Micro executive for cloud
Barbara Kidd has been promoted to cloud general manager as the company signs new vendors to its Cloud Marketplace.
Open source will be the next big thing for the channel
Channel firms should be on the lookout for opportunities across open source and more diverse software offerings like software-defined containers and storage.
Gartner names LogRhythm leader in SIEM solutions
Security teams increasingly need end-to-end SIEM solutions with native options for host- and network-level monitoring.
JASK prepares for global rollout of their AI-powered ASOC platform
The JASK ASOC platform automates alert investigations, supposedly freeing the SOC analyst to do what machines can’t. 
CERT NZ highlights rise of unauthorised access incidents
“In one case, the attacker gained access and tracked the business’s emails for at least six months. They gathered extensive knowledge of the business’s billing cycles."
Report finds GCSB in compliance with NZ rights
The Inspector-General has given the GCSB its compliance tick of approval for the fourth year in a row.
Cisco dominates record-high Ethernet switch & router markets
While the market is flourishing, it’s tough-going as Cisco has increased its majority share of the pie.
Preparing for e-invoicing requirements
The New Zealand and Australian governments are working on a joint approach to create trans-Tasman standards to e-invoicing that’ll make it easier for businesses in both countries work with each other and across the globe