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Photo Gallery: Microsoft Elevate and Everyday Lane

01 Mar 18

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:

Workday customers start deployments to AWS infrastructure
Business software vendor Workday has turned it's previously announced AWS partnership into a reality.
Royole's FlexPai: So bendable phablets are a reality now
A US-based firm called Royole is delivering on that age-old problem of not being able to fold up your devices (who hasn't ever wished they could fold their phone up...)
How to leverage cloud for data-driven business ops
The next gen of cloud-based data platform services are flexible and cost-effective so even small organisations can unlock data insights.
What MSPs can learn from Datto’s Channel Ransomware Report
While there have been less high profile attacks making the headlines, the frequency of attacks is, in fact, increasing.
Cisco expands security capabilities of SD­-WAN portfolio
Until now, SD-­WAN solutions have forced IT to choose between application experience or security.
IDC - Global digital transformation spend to near $2T by 2022
Hardware and services spending will account for more than 75% of all DX spending in 2019.
AlgoSec delivers native security management for Azure Firewall
AlgoSec’s new solution will allow a central management capability for Azure Firewall, Microsoft's new cloud-native firewall-as-a-service.
Gartner - Global RPA spending hitting its stride
The biggest adopters of RPA today include banks, insurance companies, utilities and telecommunications companies.