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Wellington IT event detailed

19 Jul 2010

Following a string of dates in Australia, the Novell IT in Action tour will land in Wellington on August 17th.

“Explore the new market for intelligent workload management,” says Novell. “We will present the new Novell architecture and give a variety of real world use cases and the differentiation that Novell offers to customers seeking to transform their IT departments. Listen as we share our strategy for delivering the next generation of solutions.”

The agenda includes: 

  • Address the need to securely manage IT resources (workloads) across physical, virtual and cloud environments with Intelligent Workload Management
  • Build your next-generation data center at a price that fits your budget
  • Get your hands on industry-leading identity and security technologies
  • Simplify application deployment and management
You can register to attend the full event or customise your experience by registering for sessions.

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