Because Comms Business editorial team has many years experience working within the industry our features represent the topics that are currently of most interest to our readers.
Written by experts we cut through the hype and cover the real issues making Comms Business a must read every month.
Below are details of the main features planned for the coming issues of Comms Business. These represent only a fraction of the content of each issue but allow you to plan your PR and advertising activity at the most relevant times of the year.
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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
December 2014 issue of Comms Business
December – Preview of 2015
Comms Business takes a look over the horizon at what we can expect to see in the channel next year. We seek to hear from key players on their views on how markets will fare and what applications are likely to be hot in the next 12 months. We are not seeking product mentions – just opinions on markets and likely trends.
December – Co-location
The role of the data centre within the overall communications mix is growing and becoming much more strategic for the channel. As the need for differentiation increases for all channel players up and down the entire supply cycle, we examine the co-location market to see where resellers can ‘join the game’.
We seek comment from;
- Data Centre operators on their channel offering for co-location services
- Application developers on how they make their products and services available for the channel and the role of the co-location deployment
Case Studies and reseller comment welcome.
December – Future Trends (IT)
The IT market moves at a frenetic pace in terms of technological development. Here editor Ian Hunter offers his own personal view on what we are likely to see in the next 12 months.
December – Fixed Mobile Convergence
Fixed mobile convergence has gained considerable traction as the mobile phone is now, unofficially, the preferred weapon of choice for business calls in and around the office. Comms Business Magazine will look at some of the players trying to carve out a channel niche for their products and assess where they are at in terms of being ‘ready to go’ for resellers wanting to enter this market. We ask the industry some fundamental questions:-
- Where are the major challenges in the FMC market at present?
- Are the Channel seizing the FMC opportunity? How can they capitalise in this market?
- Mobile solutions are everywhere at present, what is the level of demand for FMC?
- What does the future of FMC look like, how does the Channel fit in with that view?
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