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Channel partners invited to Trend Micro partner programme launch

19 Feb 14

Trend Micro is inviting all valued partners to exclusively attend the Trend Micro Partner Forum in Auckland, with the company hosting breakfast at the Sofitel Hotel on April 4.

As 2014 continues to be an exciting year, with market opportunity on the rise for Trend Micro partners, the tech giant is launching a NEW program to reinvigorate what the company offers to their channel community, how they support them and the opportunities it can bring.

The Partner Forum will offer partners the opportunity to learn how to capitalise on Trend Micro's leading security solutions, boosting their profitable growth while gaining competitive advantage in the security market.

Forum Highlights:

* Hear about how Trend Micro is positioned to help you drive even more profitability in 2014

* Learn the benefits of our NEW Partner Program and how our leading solutions including MSP offerings can secure your loyal customers

* Gain valuable insight into the future direction of our product road map

* Leverage our strong brand and leading technology to expand your portfolio and attract new customers

Join the Trend Micro team and your peers for breakfast by clicking here to register

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