Vision 2004: In our first issue of January 2004, we will ring in the new year with an Executive Roundtable discussion on the state of the industry.
This exclusive feature, hosted and organized by Computing Canada, will highlight panelists from Bank of Montreal,
Manulife, IBM, Gartner Group, Whitehat, Peoplesoft and IDC will offer their views on the most important technology challenges facing today’s organizations.
Also in this issue will be a feature report on Linux in the Enterprise. Find out what types of organizations are taking advantage of open source software both on back-end servers and on the desktop.
Editorial contact: Patricia MacInnis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Communications & Networking
How can you possibly keep track of all your messages when you’re getting e-mails, voice mails and faxes? The December issue of Communications & Networking, Canada’s magazine for voice and data networking, takes a look at unified messaging. What are executives looking for, above and beyond a single inbox? How has the convergence of voice and data affected the latest crop of unified messaging products?
Communications & Networking’s editor, Greg Meckbach, is scheduled to travel to Cisco Systems Inc.’s worldwide analyst conference in Santa Clara, California the second week of December. To find out what’s going on, check the ITBusiness Web site Dec. 11 and 12.
Be sure to check out the January issue of Communications & Networking in which we explore why Ethernet has become so pervasive.
Editorial contact: Greg Meckbach at email@example.com
Technology In Government
January/February TIG looks at the software and hardware used to secure public places. And TIG is up for a makeover as of March. New magazine-size, new frequency, new sections — same riveting read. Stay posted.
Editorial contact: Kathleen Sibley at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the February issue of EDGE, we will be taking a special look at how not-for-profit and charity organizations are using information technology. Join us as we look at how Canadian National Institute for the Blind, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Scouts Canada and others have discovered that not only is IT essential to their operations, it can also provide strategic advantage.
Editorial contact: Martin Slofstra at email@example.com
Computer Dealer News
CDN’s first issue of the year includes a supplement on the special challenges involved in selling IT solutions to small to medium-sized companies. We’ll focus on security, accounting and other types of software used by this sector. We’ll tap into analyst community for their views on how to sell to this market and also include an Ask The Expert section.
Editorial contact: Paolo Del Nibletto at firstname.lastname@example.org
The first ITBusiness Report of 2004 will focus on storage technology at the technical level: provisioning, certification, schematic design and more.
As an added bonus, the supplement will be released and distributed in conjunction with the Storage Networking 2004 Conference and Symposium Road Show, which is expected to attract more than 3,000 technology professionals.
The event, of which ITBusiness Group is the official media sponsor, launches next April 13 in Vancouver, with stops in Calgary (April 15), Ottawa (April 20), Montreal (April 22) and Toronto (May 2).
Editorial contact: Dave Webb at email@example.com
Sales contact for all the above: Brade McBride firstname.lastname@example.org