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Aims

The intention of NETWORKS EUROPE and its staff is to promote knowledge and understanding of network communications solutions and technology across Europe. NETWORKS EUROPE aims to present news, reviews, interviews, and other kinds of information on the network communications industry in a timely and in-depth manner. In addition to our own editorial, we invite contributions of all kinds from throughout the network communications industry and beyond.

 

The topics covered in NETWORKS EUROPE include, but are not limited to, Copper Cable Systems / Fibre Systems /Cable Management / Switches & Routers / Green Networking / Datacenter Technology /Building Automation Systems / Pre terminated Systems / UPS and power management / Test and measurement / Enclosures / KVM /Voice over IP / Security over IP / Wireless Technolgy / Virtualisation. NETWORKS EUROPE is aimed at readers throughout the networks industry as well as those who are likely to invest in network communications in any sector. The magazine aims to be accessible to all its readers, from those who are fully knowledgeable about networks and their function to those who don't know what network communication is. Articles within the magazine will therefore range from introductory to deeply technical in their nature.

 

Objectivity

NETWORKS EUROPE is a completely independent publication, aiming to offer an entirely objective view of the industry. In particular, we do not sell, trade or otherwise receive any sort of goods in return for printing editorial which features any given company. Nor will we ever allow our editorial to be used as a means of promoting a company. Articles may present the newsworthy acts and/or opinions of named companies, but all measures are taken to ensure that articles within NETWORKS EUROPE report the objective facts without bias.

 

All editorial that we receive from third parties will be subject to the editor-in-chief's ultimate approval, and submission of an article is no guarantee of publication. No article will include any sort of contact details for any featured company; that is what advertising is for. No company or brand name will be fully capitalised unless the length of the name does not exceed three characters. Company names should only appear in articles once; repetition should be avoided wherever possible. Accompanying images should not show any company logo, or should at least seek to make any logo present as unobtrusive and indiscernible as possible. Although the publishers of NETWORKS EUROPE take no responsibility for views expressed in its articles and technical papers, articles containing libellous comments will nevertheless be excluded from publication. NETWORKS EUROPE reserves the right to edit the whole or part of any material selected for publication, in order to ensure that all articles meet its editorial policy.

 

Submissions

NETWORKS EUROPE welcomes any relevant submissions from companies and individuals within and without the networks industry. Submissions may take the form of letters, interviews, articles, news or press releases. All submissions will be considered, but not all submissions are guaranteed to be published. Successful submissions will be subject to editing and alteration as the editor-in-chief sees fit (although minor alterations or requests from the author will also be taken into consideration). Submissions should be made in British English, except where NETWORKS EUROPE has made clear in advance that we will undertake to translate an article into British English. Submissions should where possible be accompanied by a selection of high-resolution images (minimum 300 dpi, in *.tiff, *.eps or *.jpg format) which should be relevant to the article, and which are attractive & eye-catching. For interviews we additionally request that a high-resolution image of the interviewee be sent for inclusion. Positioning of a particular submission within the magazine is at the discretion of the editorial team.

 

 

If you have any questions, please just ask and we will be happy to help!

 

 

Editorial terms & conditions

Contributions - terms and conditions

 

1. Definitions

1.1 In these terms and conditions:

 

"Confirmation Form" means the Contributor Confirmation Form accompanying these terms and conditions.

"Contributor" means the Contributor named on the Confirmation Form.

 

"Intellectual Property Rights" means all copyright and other intellectual property rights in the Work throughout the world and for the full period of their validity.

 

"Publication" means the Publication referred to in the Confirmation Form.

 

"Publisher" means Lead Generation Network Ltd t/a LGN Media.

 

"Work" means all material supplied in any form for publication by the Publisher pursuant to the Confirmation Form .

 

1.2 Headings will not be interpreted as affecting the meaning of the terms and conditions.

 

2. Contribution

 

2.1 The Contributor has irrevocably agreed to provide copy for Publication as set out on the Order Form. These terms and conditions apply to the contribution.

 

2.2 The agreement shall be binding once acceptance has been communicated by fax or mail by hf publishing.

 

2.3 The Contributor shall nominate a person to be the main point of contact for the Publisher and any person so nominated whether on the Order Form or otherwise shall be treated as having the authority to make decisions on behalf of the Contributor.

 

3. Property

 

3.1 All Intellectual Property Rights shall vest in the Publisher on creation and to the extent they do not do so the Contributor assigns the Intellectual Property Rights to the Publisher with full title guarantee. The Contributor waives absolutely all of his/her/its moral rights arising under Chapter 4 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and analogous rights throughout the world relating to the Work. All physical materials delivered to the Publisher shall be the Publisher's sole property.

 

3.2 The Publisher shall use reasonable endeavours to credit the Contributor for the Work in the Publication. However, for the avoidance of doubt the Publisher may:

(i) edit the Work as it decides in its discretion; and

(ii) publish the Work in other publications as it thinks fit without payment.

(iii) change the appearance, title, form or content or publication date of the Publication; and

(ii) arrange other advertisements or work near (or not near) the Work as it decides in its discretion.

 

3.3 The Contributor will promptly provide all copy and other information and material in the format reasonably requested by the Publisher and in any event will provide copy by the Copy Date shown on the Confirmation Form. Failure to do so means that the Work may not be included in the publication in the form desired by the Contributor or at all.

 

3.4 The Contributor is responsible for all content of the Work and warrants that it will comply with all laws, regulations and codes of practice and with the Publisher's reasonable policies and requests. The Contributor further warrants that, except for the provisions of these terms:

(i) it is the sole author of the Work;

(ii) the sole and unencumbered owner of all the Intellectual Property Rights;

(iii) it is fully empowered to enter into these terms and grant the rights set out; and

(iii) the Work will not infringe any copyright or trade marks or other intellectual property or other rights of any third parties.

 

3.5 The Contributor will indemnify the Publisher and its officers and employees against all costs, claims, loss, damage and expenses suffered by them in connection with the Work and/or any breach of this clause or clause 3.1 or 3.4 above.

 

3.6 The Publisher reserves the right to refuse the use or display of any content it deems in its absolute discretion to be offensive, inappropriate or unsuitable.

 

4. Payment terms

 

4.1 Payment by the Contributor will be due on the date of publication of the Work. Payment must be made in the currency shown in the Confirmation Form. Contributions may not be cancelled by the Contributor and payment will be due whether or not the Contributor complies with deadlines for submitting copy.

 

4.2 VAT or equivalent taxes will be added to all payments where applicable.

 

4.3 Without prejudice to its other rights the Publisher will be entitled to charge interest on any late payments at the rate of 4 per cent. above the base rate of its bankers from time to time applicable to the relevant currency.

 

4.4 The Publisher may set off any fees payable by the Contributor against any monies it owes to the Contributor.

 

5. Termination

 

5.1 The Publisher reserves the right to terminate the agreement formed by these terms and conditions and treat the intended contribution as cancelled in any of the following events:

 

(i) any payment by the Contributor is not received by the due date;

 

(ii) the Contributor is in breach of any of these terms and conditions; or

 

(iii) the Contributor becomes insolvent or unable to pay its debts or has an order or application or resolution made for its winding up or has a receiver or administrator appointed over it or makes an arrangement with its creditors or suffers any similar consequence of debt.

 

6. Publisher's Liability

 

6.1 The Publisher shall be liable only as explicitly set out in the Confirmation Form and these terms and conditions and any terms implied by law which are able to be excluded are excluded. The Publisher will not be deemed to have made any representation or entered into any warranty not contained in these terms and conditions.

 

6.2 The Publisher shall in no circumstances be liable for indirect loss, management time or loss of profit.

 

6.3 Without prejudice to the above the Publisher's liability shall be limited to the fees paid by the Contributor and the Publisher shall have no further liability, it being accepted that no limitation applies to liability for fraud or death or personal injury arising from the Publisher's negligence.

 

7 Other terms

 

7.1 The terms and conditions, and the contribution as set out in the Order Form, may only be varied by written document signed by both the Contributor and the Publisher.

 

7.2 No failure or delay by the Publisher in enforcing its rights shall prevent it from enforcing some or all of them in the future.

 

7.3 If any of these terms and conditions are invalid or unenforceable only the offending part shall be deemed deleted and the remainder of the terms and conditions shall be unaffected.

 

7.4 The Contributor's rights or obligations may not be assigned to any third party but the Publisher may assign its rights and/or obligations by notice to the Contributor.

 

7.5 These terms and conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with English law and you submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts in relation to any dispute or claim, without affecting the right of the Publisher to take proceedings in any other location.

 

Advertising guidelines

Advertisements should not refer to any editorial that may be included in the magazine, and vice versa. Advertisements should be in British English (except for instance a loose insert which is targeted at a particular country/language group only). They should be designed in 'good taste', and should not contain any material that could have the potential to offend any of our readers. The publishers reserve the right to object to any potentially offensive material. Advertisements must meet the formatting criteria given on the order confirmation form and should be provided in high-resolution format of at least 300dpi. The following formats are preferable: *.eps, *.jpg, *.pdf, *.tiff . All advertisements should comply fully with our terms and conditions.

 

If you are unable to provide a high-resolution advertisement, NETWORKS EUROPE can undertake to design one for you (charges may apply). In order to do this, NETWORKS EUROPE'S design team will require high-resolution images, a high-resolution copy of the company logo, company contact details, and any text that you wish to be included in the advertisement. A low-resolution PDF proof of the advertisement will be sent to the advertising client for approval and/or alterations before publication.

 

For terms and conditions for advertisers, please see below.

 

If you have any questions, please just ask and we will be happy to help!

 

Advertising orders - terms and conditions

 

1. Definitions

 

1.1 In these terms and conditions:

 

"Advertisement" means the Advertiser's advertisement as booked in the Order Form.

 

"Advertiser" means the Advertiser named on the Order Form.

 

"Order" means the order set out on the Order Form.

 

"Order Form" means the Advertising Order Form accompanying these terms and conditions.

 

"Publication" means the Publication referred to in the Order Form.

 

"Publisher" means Lead Generation Network Ltd t/a LGN Media Group.

 

1.2 Headings will not be interpreted as affecting the meaning of the terms and conditions.

 

2. Advertising Order

 

2.1 The Advertiser has irrevocably ordered advertising space as set out on the Order Form. These terms and conditions apply to the order.

 

2.2 The order shall be binding once acceptance has been communicated by fax or mail by hf publishing.

 

2.3 The Advertiser shall nominate a person to be the main point of contact for the Publisher and any person so nominated whether on the Order Form or otherwise shall be treated as having the authority to make decisions on behalf of the Advertiser.

 

3. Advertising Space and Content

 

3.1 The location, size and appearance of the advertising space provided to the Advertiser will correspond as nearly as possible to that specified in the Order Form or otherwise notified to the Advertiser but may not do so exactly and in any case the Publisher reserves the right to:

 

(i) change the appearance, title, form or content or publication date of the Publication; and

(ii) arrange other advertisements near (or not near) the Advertisement as it decides in its discretion.

 

3.2 The Advertiser will promptly provide all copy and other information and material in the format reasonably requested by the Publisher and in any event will provide copy and any changes by the Copy Date shown on the Order Form. Failure to do so means that the Advertisement may not be included in the publication in the form desired by the Advertiser or at all.

 

3.3 The Advertiser is responsible for all design and content of the Advertisement and warrants that it will comply with all laws, regulations and codes of practice and with the Publisher's policies and requests. The Advertiser further warrants that the Advertisement will not infringe any copyright or trade marks or other intellectual property or other rights of any third parties. The Advertiser will indemnify the Publisher and its officers and employees against all costs, claims, loss, damage and expenses suffered by them in connection with the Advertisement and/or any breach of this clause.

 

3.4 The Publisher reserves the right to refuse the use or display of any content it deems in its absolute discretion to be offensive, inappropriate or unsuitable.

 

4. Payment terms

 

4.1 Payment by the Advertiser will be due on the date of publication of the Advertisement. Payment must be made in the currency shown in the Order Form. Orders may not be cancelled by the Advertiser and payment will be due whether or not the Advertiser complies with deadlines for submitting copy.

 

4.2 VAT or equivalent taxes will be added to all payments where applicable.

 

4.3 Without prejudice to its other rights the Publisher will be entitled to charge interest on any late payments at the rate of 4 per cent. above the base rate of its bankers from time to time applicable to the relevant currency.

 

4.4 The Publisher may set off any fees payable by the Advertiser against any monies it owes to the Advertiser.

 

5. Termination

 

5.1 The Publisher reserves the right to terminate the agreement formed by these terms and conditions and treat the Order as cancelled in any of the following events:

 

(i) any payment by the Advertiser is not received by the due date;

(ii) the Advertiser is in breach of any of these terms and conditions; or

(iii) the Advertiser becomes insolvent or unable to pay its debts or has an order or application or resolution made for its winding up or has a receiver or administrator appointed over it or makes an arrangement with its creditors or suffers any similar consequence of debt.

 

6. Publisher's Liability

 

6.1 The Publisher shall be liable only as explicitly set out in the Order and these terms and conditions and any terms implied by law which are able to be excluded are excluded. The Publisher will not be deemed to have made any representation or entered into any warranty not contained in these terms and conditions.

 

6.2 The Publisher shall in no circumstances be liable for indirect loss, management time or loss of profit.

 

6.3 Without prejudice to the above the Publisher's liability shall be limited to the fees paid by the Advertiser and the Publisher shall have no further liability, it being accepted that no limitation applies to liability for fraud or death or personal injury arising from the Publisher's negligence.

 

7 Other terms

 

7.1 The terms and conditions, and the Order, may only be varied by written document signed by both the Advertiser and the Publisher.

 

7.2 No failure or delay by the Publisher in enforcing its rights shall prevent it from enforcing some or all of them in the future.

 

7.3 If any of these terms and conditions are invalid or unenforceable only the offending part shall be deemed deleted and the remainder of the terms and conditions shall be unaffected.

 

7.4 The Advertiser's rights or obligations may not be assigned to any third party but the Publisher may assign its rights and/or obligations by notice to the Advertiser.

 

7.5 These terms and conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with English law and you submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts in relation to any dispute or claim, without affecting the right of the Publisher to take proceedings in any other location.

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