For all advertising inquiries concerning any of the following, please contact Brad McBride, (416) 227-8313

Technology In Government

During GTEC Week in Ottawa from Oct. 6-8, TIG

editor Kathleen Sibley and Computing Canada assistant editor Jennifer Brown will be hosting presentations made by 12 finalists nominated for the 2003 Distinction Awards. Many of the award winners, who are also being celebrated at a gala ceremony Oct. 6, will be interviewed on the show floor and profiled in the November issue of TIG.

Editorial Contact-Kathleen Sibley,

Computing Canada

Computing Canada will soon be accepting nominations for IT Executive of the Year. Last year, Baycrest Centre’s CIO Stephen Tucker took top honours in being recognized “”as an IT boss who knows how to get the job done.”” Watch for details.

Editorial Contact-Patricia MacInnis,


In its December issue, EDGE magazine will be taking a hands-on look at gadgets that can make the life of a business executive a lot easier. Join us as regular writers Gerry Blackwell and Erik Heinrich put technologies such as tablet PCs and wireless notebooks through their paces.

Editorial Contact-Martin Slofstra,

Computer Dealer News

Who will it be this year? Last year, Hewlett-Packard president Paul Tsaparis was named CDN’s top newsmaker for 2002.

Join us again this year as CDN staff sits down together to nominate and select the Top 25 Newsmakers of 2003, a showcase of Canadian IT executives who made a big splash in the channel during the past year. We give readers “”a face”” behind a company’s moves, both good and bad.

This 16-page section, complete with stories and photos, will appear Dec. 5, CDN’s final issue of the year.

Editorial Contact-Paolo Del Nibletto,

Communications and Networking

C&N will be publishing a feature on storage in its November issue and is interested in interviewing IT staff at Canadian companies that are using network-attached storage or storage-area networks, and the battle between technologies such as iSCSI and Fibre Channel.

Editorial Contact-Greg Meckbach,

Direction Informatique

In November, DI looks at the trends and issues around wireless networks, especially all the hoopla around hot spots. Is it a technology for the corporate IT environment or just for public use?

In Revendeur informatique, our monthly special supplement for Québec’s VARs, systems integrators and resellers, we take our annual look at channel distribution strategies.

And in Direction Informatique Express, our online newsletter, our security columnist talks about the vulnerability of open source applications.

Editorial Contact-Patrice-Guy Martin,


CDN’s Top 100 Solution Providers

CDN has commissioned Evans Research to determine the Top 75 Canadian resellers and the Top 25 Independent Software Vendors.

The list will be unveiled on Nov. 6 at The Top 100 event and as well in a special report in the Nov. 7th issue of CDN. The event carries a jazz theme and should see 200 people celebrate success within the Canadian channel. Confirmed sponsors at this point include Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, LG Electronics and Maxtor. Sponsors receive promotional consideration at the event, in print and online. A few spots are still open. Contact Joe Tersigni for more information. Telephone (416) 227-8312

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