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You’re invited : Be in to win a Microsoft Surface keyboard at Ingram Micro Showcase

03 May 18

Premier technology channel event Ingram Micro Showcase is fast approaching, where technology leaders gather to display and demonstrate the latest the industry has to offer.

The theme for this year’s showcase is Leading the Way, encouraging vendors to demonstrate what’s new, what’s next, and how it can be used to improve businesses and everyday life.

Microsoft will be one of the key vendors featured at the event, with a Modern Workplace setup not to be missed at Stand 16.

The stand will display modern Windows 10 devices, along with the entire Surface family, including a 55” Surface Hub!

Rolling demonstrations will be held at the stand throughout the day, covering the Microsoft 365 suite and the latest Microsoft Surface devices.

Microsoft 365 integrates the best of Windows 10, Office 365, and EMS into a complete, intelligent, and secure solution to empower employees.

Make sure you catch the demos to learn what it means for a business to have a Modern Workplace and the opportunities it presents.

Discover how Microsoft’s modern workplace can assist you in elevating your customers’ businesses into a productive, secure, mobile environment, no matter the industry.

  Demonstration

  Session 1

  Session 2

  Advanced Security for the Modern Workforce

  10am -   10.15am

  1pm -   1.15pm

  Collaboration + Mobility – Work is a thing you do, not a     place you go  

  10.45am -   11am

  1.45pm -   2pm

  Unlock your creativity with the most productive devices on the planet

  11.30am -   11.45am

  2.30pm -   2.45pm

  Power & Beauty – Microsoft 365 meets the Modern       Device

  12.15pm -   12.30pm

  3.15pm -   3.30pm

When the devices aren’t being used for demonstrations, they will be available for Showcase participants to experience.

The Windows 10 devices will come equipped with an informative video for you to learn more about how you can utilise a Modern Workplace in your own business.

The Surface devices will have different videos, teaching you more about the benefits of each device.

Watch one of these videos to win your very own over-ear Trinity headset!

On top of that, if you take a picture at Stand 16 with the headset and share the photo to LinkedIn with the hashtag #SurfaceKeyboard, you will enter into the draw to win a Microsoft Surface Keyboard with fingerprint reader. 

The Ingram Micro Showcase will be held in Christchurch, Wellington, and Auckland.

Christchurch

When: May 15, 2018

Where: Horncastle Arena, 55 Jack Hinton Drive, Addington

Wellington

When: May 22, 2018

Where: TSB Bank Arena, 4 Queen’s Wharf, Wellington

Auckland

When: May 28, 2018

Where: Skycity Convention Centre, 88 Federal Street

Don't miss out! Register for the event here:

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