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Kaseya to host first New Zealand MSP conference

08 Feb 2011

Kaseya has released details of its first New Zealand User Group Conference of the year.

The User Groups give Kaseya Managed Service Provider partners the chance to exchange views, experiences and insights into managed services best practise.

Steve Wilson of Maclean and Jeremy Hunt of Fisheye Technology have been lined up to chair the discussion.

When: Friday, February 18, 2011, 8am

Where: Westin Hotel, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland

The User Group Conference is an all day event that’s free for Kaseya users. More here.

Kaseya recently picked Maclean as winner of its second MSP of the Year award.

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