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|Month||Market Report||Margin Maker||IT/ Data||Mobile||Guides|
|December 2013||Preview of 2014||Co-Location||Fixed Mobile Convergence|
|January||Voice & Data Distribution||Data Centres||Virtual Desktop||Wireless Solutions||Channel Profiles|
|February||Call Recording||Network & PBX Security||SaaS||Mobile Distribution|
|March||PBX & Communications Platforms||UC for SME||Microsoft Lync||Mobile Data – International roaming|
|April||SIP Trunks||Audio & Video Conferencing||Non-voice cloud apps||Mobile World Congress||Summit North Show Guide|
|May||Headsets||The Cloud Sales Opportunity||Storage||Mobile Call Recording & Compliance|
|June||Call Management||Microsoft Lync||Wireless||Mobile Device Management – Handling BYOD|
|July||Hosted Telephony||Collaboration/ Federation||IaaS||Mobile Virtual Network Operators|
|August||The Future of Communications Platforms||Superfast Access||Big Data||UC on the Move|
|September||Differentiating ISPs||The Role of the Network Services Integrator||Microsoft 365||4G||Cloud Based Services, Datacentres & Connectivity|
|October||Call and Contact Centres||Billing Services||Data Back Up||Mobile Headsets||Summit South Show Guide|
|November||SIP & IP Phones||Inbound Services||Tablets||M2M|
|December||Preview of 2015||Co-Location||Future Trends||Fixed Mobile Convergence|
Synopsis For Monthly Features
September 2014 issue of Comms Business
Market Report: Differentiating ISPs
Internet Service Providers increasingly face the challenge of differentiating themselves – it’s never just about the price.
Providing access solutions and making it profitable is difficult but many companies are finding that having a range of value added services and products is the way ahead.
- What are these services and how can resellers engage with ISP’s that help them grow their sales?
- Some ISPs are now competing for hosted telephony business – providing the connectivity and the application sounds a reasonable idea – after all, it’s just the one throat to choke if there is a problem.
- What makes for a good ISP partner?
Adding Value: The Role of the Network Services Integrator
This is a more data centric, IP networks article examining how more sophisticated, larger and geographically diverse data networks can be put together by suppliers constructing solutions based on an integrated set of products from different suppliers.
This article asks:
- What are the advantages of dealing with integrators?
- How do they manage to construct their solutions for the channel?
- How are SLAs managed?
- Are there real cost savings to be made or is it about getting the user the right service?
Reseller case studies welcome
This is a shorter article looking at the Microsoft Office 365 product suite and how it can become a channel play for resellers. Can 365 open doors to other applications through extending the licences to include the UC and collaboration applications of Lync?
Case Studies and reseller comment welcome.
4G – A UK Network State of Play Update
4G, are we still excited about it or has the slow roll out curbed our enthusiasm? Operators have been busy building out their 4G networks over the last year and we now officially have competition. Has gap between EE and the other 4G players now closed? What does 4G mean to the Channel?
- What is the landscape like out there?
- Are resellers picking up on the 4G opportunity?
- Is 4G living up to the hype?
Case studies welcome
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