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Palo Alto Networks partners get turbo charged

22 Oct 15

Palo Alto Networks Australian and New Zealand partners converged on Melbourne this week for the vendor's Asia Pacific partner forum. 

More than 100 ANZ partners heard about the security vendor's regional and global strategies, along with the latest technological and strategic developments, executive sales and business methodologies, case studies and best practices.

The event, dubbed 'Turbo Charge', was designed to help partners maximise sales and profitability 'as we move into the next phase of turbo charged growth'.

Partners VMware, Tanium, Splunk and Arista were also on hand for a panel discussion.

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