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New enterprise backup vendor invites channel to launch

26 Oct 12

Connector Systems New Zealand office was appointed in June this year as the local distributor for backup vendor ExaGrid. You can read our full story here.

On October 30th, ExaGrid together with Connector Systems will be explaining the company’s disk based backup and recovery solutions to channel partners.

Graham Woods, ExaGrid, Director - Systems Engineers will be tackling the hot topics of deduplication within backup solutions, instant recovery of virtual machines and comparisons with both competitors and tape based backup approaches.

Those channel partners looking for a fresh enterprise focused backup solution should be in attendance.

It’s being held at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, 101, Curran Street, Westhaven on Tuesday October 30 from 4pm to 6:30pm.

Seats are limited, so please register here now.

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