Communications & Networking

Communications & Networking magazine is a media sponsor for the Canadian Telecom Summit, happening this week at the Toronto Congress Centre. This year’s speakers include executives from BCE, Telus, Avaya, MCI, Sprint Canada and Allstream. For

more information, see www.gstconferences.com

Watch for the June issue of C&N, which includes coverage from the recent Interop conference and expo in Las Vegas. Find out what a Nemertes Research founder imagines when he puts on his “evil genius” hat and contemplates a world in which IP phones are a target for hackers.

The June issue also includes news from the Mobile & Wireless World Expo and a case study on the University of Sherbrooke, which is using Helium Networks’ Wireless Recon product to produce a map of its wireless access point coverage.

If you’ve ever wondered what a network administrator should keep in mind when running 10 Gigabit Ethernet over copper, be sure to check the feature on cabling in the July issue, which includes information on the IEEE 10G-BaseT standard, designed to provide 10-Gig speeds over Category 6 Augmented cable. The July issue will also include tips for IT staff who are concerned about spyware, and a Viewpoint from Ron Scott on the differences between voice and data, what exactly we mean by the term ³data² and why this is important.

C&N will publish features on Wi-Fi in the August issue and networked storage in the September issue.

Contact: Greg Meckbach gmeckbach@itbusiness.ca

Computer Dealer News (CDN) 

Tell us why your company deserves a 2005 Channel Elite Award. Sponsored by CDN, Tech Data, Symantec, HP and NEC Display Solutions, the 2005 Channel Elite Awards celebrate the achievements of reseller organizations in the IT Channel in Canada.

Earn National recognition and press coverage for your solution. Nominate your Company today!

Deadline for submissions is June 30th. For more information click here www.itbusiness.ca/cea

Contact: Paolo Del Nibletto pdelnibletto@itbusiness.ca

Technology in Government

September’s Deconstruction Zone in TIG looks at bad public sector IT projects that go good — how projects that have seemingly veered off the rails get back on track, and why bad press is sometimes unwarranted.

Contact: Kathleen Sibley ksibley@itbusiness.ca

Sales contact for all the above: Brad McBride bmcbride@itbusiness.ca

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