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Photo Gallery: Microsoft Elevate and Everyday Lane

01 Mar 2018

On Thursday, in the Cloud's Shed 10 on Auckland's waterfront, Ingram Micro NZ and Microsoft put together an event designed to inform, engage and inspire - Microsoft Elevate.

Speakers included Microsoft surface product marketing manager Jordana Murray and senior product marketing manager Tom Batcheler, Be.Accessible founder and CEO Minnie Baragwanath, and The Instillary chief product officer Jeremy Nees and founder Mike Jenkins.

Microsoft 365’s features were demonstrated using real-world applications in the fictional Kiwi businesses that lined Everyday Lane, where attendees were invited to rotate between the booths to find out more.

Check out our coverage of the keynotes here, and of Everyday Lane's booths here.

Here is a collection of photo highlights from the event:

Ingram Micro adds to IoT portfolio with Roambee
Roambee specialises in supply chain, logistics and asset management solutions, adding another layer for the distie’s IoT solutions.
Data center colocation market to hit $90b in next five years
As data center services grow in popularity across enterprises large and small, the colocation market is seeing the benefits in market size.
Acer’s new programme and portal for partners
A simple and manageable programme designed to incentivise, recognise and reward commercial partner achievements.
Interview: Culture and cloud - the battle for cybersecurity
ESET CTO Juraj Malcho talks about the importance of culture in a cybersecurity strategy and the challenges and benefits of a world in the cloud.
Galaxy S10: Apple notch, meet the Samsung ‘punchhole’
With three unique devices, the Galaxy S10 range is engineered to meet the needs of today’s smartphone market.
In ongoing cloud war, Google to acquire data migration specialist
Google is currently behind AWS and Microsoft in the cloud battle, and it would seem this play is an attempt to claw some ground back.
Ping Identity Platform updated with new CX and IT automation
The new versions improve the user and administrative experience, while also aiming to meet enterprise needs to operate quickly and purposefully.
Dumped: Lenovo DCG gives Ingram Micro the cold shoulder
Lenovo Data Centre Group (Lenovo DCG) has left Ingram Micro out in the cold, after dumping them in favour of an exclusive distribution agreement with Dicker Data.