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Photo Gallery - Westcon-Comstor's IMAGINE 2018

24 May 2018

Westcon-Comstor’s IMAGINE event has finished for 2018, a successful event with over 20 sessions presented by a wide variety of major vendors including, IBM, Cisco, VMware and more.

Plus, keynotes from futurist Anders Sorman-Nillson and Southern Spars general manager Peter Batcheler.

Held in the TSB Arena in Wellington on May 17, you can see some photo highlights from the event below.

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Microsoft to help NZ job seekers acquire new digital skills for the COVID-19 economy
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Scale-out multi-protocol storage & data management with Hedvig
The advantages of data growth are clear if they are harnessed properly: Agility, scalability, and lower costs are but a few of those advantages. Find out how you can make these a reality with Hedvig.Register Here
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Remote workforces drive new risk management strategies
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Fastly adds greater functionality to serverless computing solution
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