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Discussing 2013 Hot Topics with Packet Technologies

28 Feb 13

Why not join Packet Technologies for a coffee and listen to some short, thought provoking presentations by it's speakers across New Zealand?

Scheduled across New Zealand through out late March, the company is offering resellers, customers and prospects the chance to sample the events free of charge, in any of four locations.

Whether that be in Auckland or Hamilton on March 27, or Tauranga or Rotorua on March 28, Packet Technologies will discuss a number of burning issues for the year ahead.

Common discussion topics will include a range of points, including whether companies are playing Russian Roulette with security?

Your perimeter just got a whole lot riskier with the explosion of BYOD. Do you want to be the next company plastered across the blogosphere because of a major security breach?

Hear the latest trends, risks and solutions from the world’s leading NAC Vendor as rated by Gartner, presented by Marc Fernandez of Forescout Technologies.

Email Archiving should also be one of your top items this year, and this is why.

Need an Email Archiving solution with no requirement for User licensing, additional storage or server resources? One that integrates simply with your existing email and directory structures? Want a solution that can work with multiple systems simultaneously (365, Gmail, Exchange, Instant Messaging, Groupwise…) and provide DR as well?

If so, find out why Jatheon Technologies is rated the leading solution worldwide

Also, why do you need to control Social media at a granular level?

Because we are currently experiencing the most challenging Web Threat/Security landscape we have ever seen.

Social media networks now needed by Marketing Departments as well as employees now pose the greatest challenges especially on mobile devices. Presented by Adrian Duigan of ContentKeeper Technologies.

Including all of the above and much more, check out our sessions by emailing here

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