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Soft Solutions on tour in August

20 Jul 2011

IT distributor Soft Solutions will tour New Zealand’s main centres next month showcasing its vendors’ tools for managing disaster recovery and business continuity.

The afternoon showcase will feature presentations from Soft Solutions vendors StorageCraft, GFI, Webroot and Graphon.

A ViewSonic Android tablet will be given away at each of the five events. 

The showcase begins in Christchurch on August 8th, followed by events in Wellington on the 9th, Hamilton on the 10th, Auckland’s North Shore on the 11th and Auckland Central on the 12th.

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