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Video: Logitech brings another great Ingram NZ UC evening

20 Apr 2018

Last night was the third of Ingram Micro NZ’s unified communication networking events, this time sponsored by Logitech.

“We had another great turn out from the reseller channel for the IMUC Networking hour,” says Ingram NZ unified communications business manager Danny Meadows.

After a great presentation from Luke Lee (Logitech UC BDM) several people were invited up to connect devices to a Skype for Business meeting, demonstrating the ease of use of Logitech’s range of UC equipment.  

As you can see in the video below, a fair few people managed to score some swag as all participants picked up prizes from the Logitech range with the fastest team taking home a great haul.

Next month there will be a brief break in the UC festivities, but they will pick back up in June so keep your eyes open.

Check out the video below for a few highlights.

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