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NSP & Dell looking for Auckland's worst office

28 Sep 11

Businesses have just two days to register themselves in a competition to find the Auckland office most in need of an IT facelift.

The winner will receive $25,000 in equipment from Dell New Zealand as well as $6000 in installation and integration services from Network Service Providers (NSP).

The competition is only open to businesses within the Auckland Super-City area, and closes at the end of September, meaning companies have until Saturday to register.

The equipment package includes five Dell Vostro 3400 notebooks; five Dell 20-inch LED LCD displays; a Dell 2555CDN network colour multifunction printer; a Dell T410 tower server with Microsoft Small Business Server; an Xbox 360; and a wide-screen television courtesy of JB Hi-Fi. 

Go here to upload your 100-word explanation of why your office needs updating, as well as up to three photographs.

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