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INFOCOM magazine issued monthly by Boussias press and focuses on the Telecom and Informatics industry.


Net Week is a subscription based magazine with a circulation of over 5,000 professionals from all fields of IT business (management, marketing, IT, logistics) from the public and private sector (banks, telecom operators, commercial and industrial businesses, advertising agencies etc). The magazine has special reports and columns covering subjects such as e- government, e-business, new technologies, business applications and software solutions for businesses, infrastructure and hardware, management, marketing and strategies.

Boussias Communications Netweek magazine, Issue 229, 24th October 2009
Link to NetWeek Online Interview in PDF (in Greek)


I Kathimerini is a daily newspaper published in Athens. It is published in the Greek language, as well as in an abridged English-language edition. The English edition is sold separately in the United States and as a supplement to the International Herald Tribune in Greece and Cyprus. The newspaper holds the first place regarding circulation in the morning press with 30.800 issues and the fourth place in the Sunday press with more than 156.640 issues sold (KATHIMERINI S.A, Presentation of financial figures for fiscal year 2008, June 2009).

The ADAMANTIUM approach and related intermediate results have been gathered in the article “Computer and video communications for the new mobile era: bringing together mobile telephony and the Internet”, published in the edition of 4th October 2009. Kathimerini online PDF version (in Greek)


Daily IT, Internet & Telecoms Briefing for The Digital Economy Professionals
NetFax is the daily newsletter published by Boussias Communications delivered via e-mail to more than 7.000 email accounts. NetFax is considered to be a useful tool informing managers about all the latest news in the fields of IT, Telecoms, and e-business in Greece.

No 1943, September 2009, page 5 (in Greek)

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