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Renaissance unveils iCafe reseller event

18 Jun 2010

Renaissance is launching an iCafe (Information Cafe) event, which it describes as a “two hour late afternoon session created to help our resellers grow their business using our technology across today’s real business strategies”.

The firm says that last year’s CIO focus was on “more for less” but now it’s “business improvement with the same or reduced budget”.

iCafe’s agenda is:

Green IT

A complete green solution. TCO saving with environmental impact calculator, Green Awards and case studies

Consolidation, Rationalisation, Simplification, Standardisation

Reduced costs and complexity with modular servers

Desktop Choice

Device agnostic networks

The social media revolution

Reduce risk and increase network security

The event will over New Zealand’s top 10 ICT market trends for 2010 as predicted by IDC and provide an overview of the business solutions targeted at taking advantage of those trends.

Details are:

  • When: Monday 12th July
  • Where: Renaissance Limited - Chatroom, 92 Beachcroft Avenue, Onehunga
  • From: 4pm - 6pm
  • Hosted by: Richard Webb - CEO Renaissance Limited
A second iCafe event has been penned in for Tuesday, September 14th.

To register your interest, email your name, company and phone number to distribution@renaissance.co.nz.

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