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VeeamON: Partner Summit session photo gallery

16 May 2018

Today at VeeamON in Chicago, members of the Veeam leadership team took to the stage to tell their reseller and service provider partners how best to work with the company over the coming year.

You can read ChannelLife's coverage of the event here, but below is a collection of images from the event.

Speakers included vice president of partner sales Kevin Rooney, co-CEO and president Peter McKay, chief marketing officer Kate Hutchinson, and vice president of product strategy Danny Allan.

At the end of the presentations, several other leaders took to the stage to answer a few questions.

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