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Gartner Media Partners are our publications and web portals of choice. They are carefully selected for their affinity with Gartner's products & services. Specifically, each partner provides valuable editorial, advertising & promotional coverage for our events in return for exposure to our delegates & sponsors. Our media partners cover a wide spectrum of readers including: IT, vertical industries and general management as well as a broad geographic reach.
Government News is Australia's preeminent independent source of trusted, timely and highly relevant news, insight, thought leadership and practical case studies for Australian government decision makers and professional public sector managers. Government News is read and respected in hard-to reach senior executive echelons, Government News combines in depth analysis, innovation and best practice from around the globe in all aspects of government operations, across increasingly interconnected Federal, State and Local jurisdictions. Visit www.governmentnews.com.au for more.
Technology Decisions provides senior IT professionals across Australia and New Zealand with an easy-to-use, readily available source of information, crucial to gaining valuable insight into the meeting place between business and technology. Technology Decisions comprises a bi-monthly magazine, twice weekly newsletter and website. Editorial coverage includes systems, processes, business-critical infrastructure and technology integration solutions. Subscription is free to qualified senior IT and business professionals. www.technologydecisions.com.au www.TechnologyDecisions.com.au
ZDNet (www.zdnet.com), a property of CBS Interactive, and is the online destination for professionals seeking to solve business technology problems and find new opportunities. The site provides a broad range of business technology coverage, by experts across industries. Features include daily news, blogs, podcasts, white papers, Webcasts, editorial analysis, peer feedback, and ongoing research. www.zdnet.com.au