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Microsoft NZ hosts free virtualisation summit

14 Apr 2010

Three virtualisation and management events have been scheduled for Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch next week. Microsoft New Zealand is hosting a free ‘Virtualisation and Management Summit’ to “help Kiwi businesses of all sizes come to grips with how virtualisation can help reduce costs and create a more efficient and productive working environment”.  Held on consecutive days in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, Microsoft says that attendees can learn how server and desktop virtualisation can help:

  • Build a virtualisation management strategy
  • Reduce desktop costs
  • Enable flexible and agile IT
  • Increase desktop security and compliance
  • Improve business continuity and end user productivity
  • Understand how Microsoft is building the foundation for a private cloud
“With two, vastly experienced international keynote speakers and a number of sessions to attend throughout the day, the event offers a rare opportunity for business owners, CIOs and ICT managers to discover how virtualisation can provide choices, and preserve & extend existing investments,” the company said.

Event dates are below:

  • Tuesday 20th April, 8:30am-4:30pm — Westin Hotel, Auckland
  • Wednesday 21st April, 8:30am-4:30pm — Duxton Hotel, Wellington
  • Thursday 22nd April, 8:30am-4:30pm — Latimer Hotel, Christchurch
Hit this link to register.

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