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IN PICS: More of Ingram Micro’s New Zealand Showcase

02 Dec 16

This year’s Ingram Micro New Zealand Showcase proved a hit as the industry headed to Auckland’s Sky City Convention Centre for a full day of specialty keynotes, exhibitors, product displays, breakout sessions and expert presentations.

Cloud stood front and centre at the event, and Nimesh Dave, Ingram Micro executive president, Global Cloud, opened the day with a focus on change, innovation and the need to be adaptable.

“The rate of change is accelerating. It’s changing every fundamental thing we do,” says Dave. "Big change is happening. Either you're a part of it, or you're not.

“At Ingram Micro, we think we’re leading that change."

Check out our gallery from the Ingram Micro New Zealand Showcase below, and don't forget to check out our earlier gallery from the day of the event here. 

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