ChannelLife NZ - StorageCraft’s summer school - Updated

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StorageCraft’s summer school - Updated

Real-time recovery solution vendor StorageCraft is offering channel partners a series of webinars and face-to-face technical training events over summer to help resellers make the most of their partnerships with the brand.

Greg Wyman, APAC vice president for StorageCraft, says the intensified training regime will ensure resellers are confident in selling StorageCraft solutions, which in turn ensures end users know what the solutions can do.

"This will help to generate demand for our technology,” Wyman says.

"We are targeting the entire supply chain, to make the sales process easier.”

StorageCraft will host four webinars over the next few weeks: Exchange 2010 Migration Made Easy with GRE; Automated Backup Testing with WatchDog Software; How to Install WatchDog Software; and Tech Corner: Tips and Tricks from StorageCraft Experts.

One-day technical training sessions will also be held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, as well as in Australian centres, in late February and early March.

These will include a free morning session of introductory ShadowProtect training, and a $255 afternoon session of advanced training covering topics such as HeadStart Restore, Hardware Independent Restore, and VirtualBoot.

Go here for more on the webinars, and here for more on the technical training tour.

Update: StorageCraft is also kicking off a regular 'Happy Hour' in the Sydney area which, if successful, could be rolled out across other major cities, including Auckland.

The events will include a presentation followed by informal drinks and discussions about the StorageCraft suite.

"You'll walk away with a set of ideas and tools that will get you to that next level - and may even change the way you sell forever," the invitation reads.

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