TIG’s redesign: Inside the new sections

Technology In Government

TIG’s redesigned issue hits desks in March. The new, improved version of this publication will feature a number of new sections. These include Deconstruction Zone, a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of a project from start to finish. Seal the Deal examines

the ins and outs of public sector procurement. Steal This Idea, meanwhile, will focuses on small-scale projects with potentially large payback that could be reused in other departments and agencies. If you have pitches applicable to these sections, please let us know.

The feature section as we know it has been eliminated, as has Snapshot, so please ignore the existing editorial calendar, which will be revised soon.

Contact: Kathleen Sibley [email protected]

Communications & Networking

Should network administrators be concerned about chain link fencing and sheet metal? They should if they’re planning to install a Wi-Fi network. Communications & Networking’s February issue includes some tips on surveying a site prior to installing a wireless local-area network. In the same issue, you’ll also find out why a fruit and vegetable distributor replaced its Frame Relay service with an IP wide-area network, and the ups and downs of IP telephony equipment using session-initiated protocol.

Contact: Greg Meckbach [email protected]


April’s EDGE will take a security focus, with articles examining the burgeoning role of the chief security officer in the enterprise and strategies for corporations to protect themselves and their assets from cybersmear campaigns.

Early April will also see the fourth IT Business Report. Networked Storage: A User Guide will take a hands-on approach to storage provisioning, anatomy of a real-world storage solution, Storage Network Industry Association-approved certification and more.

Contact: Dave Webb [email protected]


On Feb. 4, online editor Shane Schick will appear as part of a panel discussion organized by BitePro, an IT industry association based in Toronto. The panel will look at emerging technology trends for 2004 and will also include guests from IDC Canada and ThinData. For more information, visit


Sales contact for all the above: Brad McBride [email protected]

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