Computerworld IT Workshop
Be quick to reserve your seat for this landmark industry workshop. Plus every attendee has the opportunity to go into the lucky door prize to win a $1000 Red Balloon gift voucher to takeaway on the day.
At this session you will hear about:
- Designing infrastructure around BYOD
- Desktop virtualization in IT strategy
- Controlling a more flexible, people centric and on demand mode
- Empowering employees and saving costs
This event brings together some of Australia’s core solution experts for an exclusive industry session. Paulo Mpliokas, Business Manager – Enterprise Solutions & Alliances from Triforce Australia (www.triforce.com.au) joins three big names in this space for a special afternoon. Together, speakers from Citrix, Cisco and NetApp will answer questions and workshop the challenges of delivering mobility, flexibility, capability and simplicity while reducing costs.
When: Thursday 9th August 2012
Time: 2:30pm for a start of 3pm and concludes 5pm
Where: IDG Communications, Level 22, 8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
Be quick to reserve your seat for this landmark industry workshop. Plus every attendee has the opportunity to go into the lucky door prize to win a $1000 Red Balloon gift voucherto takeaway on the day.
IDG Communications, Level 22, 8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
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