PCR JUNE ISSUE OUT NOW: IoT and smart devices Special

If you are a gaming fanatic then make sure you take a trip to Hamleys store in London to experience the fantastic new gaming zone created by Exertis in the shop’s basement. With some uber-cool hands on gaming experiences across a range of different zones you can really get a feel for the latest gaming releases, you can even pick up some cool tips and tricks from Hamley’s specially trained gamers. Don’t miss the low down on this latest gaming venture in our big interview with Exertis this month.

In our IoT and smart devices focus, Dan Bieny, Commercial Manager for Smart Tech and Consumer Networking at Exertis explains how smart devices are enabling a more informed day-to-day way of living from wearables and health monitoring devices to smart plugs and heating controls.

Toby Hawkins, Sales Director at mpro5, outlines how and why the priority should always be to create insight from data, and create action from insight, to turn IoT into actionable and profitable conclusions.

Stewart Stanbury – Director of Business Development at Jagex explores how the recent spate of big name acquisitions in the games industry has been driven by the evolution of technology.

Continuing our women in tech insight, with over 22 years as a channel sales executive in the high-tech industry, Larissa Crandall, Vice President of Worldwide Channel and Alliances at Gigamon shares her extensive experience of transforming global partner ecosystems.

In our Life in the Channel Q&A, Exertis’ recently appointed Global Diversity & Inclusion Programme Lead, Kim Lonas speaks about her new role and how she plans to develop the company’s Diversity & Inclusion strategy.

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