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This feature will discuss unified communications and collaboration technologies, recent advancements, and how channel companies are helping organisations adopt these technologies.
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This feature will look at the opportunities, challenges and market movements that are impacting partners selling into the education sector. We are looking for insight from vendors, distributors and partners that sell technologies and products to schools, colleges and universities.
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|Month||Market report #1||Market report #2||Market report #3||Supplement|
|January||Selling in 2022||Adding to your portfolio||Mental health|
|February||Apprenticeships: Bringing new blood to the Channel||Marketplaces: Disruption and opportunity||Vertical: Healthcare|
|March||Channel Live Preview||Project Gigabit: One year since the launch||Creating value: Tackling threats to the Channel ecosystem||Channel Profiles|
|April||MSPs||Vertical: Finance and banking||Mobile World Congress review|
|May||Cloud||ESG: The blueprint for Channel success?||Data and analytics|
|June||Building powerful partnerships||Cybersecurity||Vertical: Leisure and entertainment||IP Telephony Guide|
|July||Adding value with Microsoft||SD-WAN||Hardware and its place in the Channel ecosystem|
|August||Master agents: The right fit for the UK?||Developing a compelling mobile offering||Learning and development|
|September||UC and collaboration||APIs||Vertical: Education||The road to full-fibre|
|October||The future of telephony||Billing and monetisation solutions||Distributors|
|November||IoT||Call and contact centres||Vertical: Transport and logistics|
|December||Preview of 2023||5G||Corporate finance: mergers, acquisitions and raising finance|
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