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Westcon Imagine this week, mark your diary

08 May 13

This week's events will be held in Auckland and Wellington and should not be missed by IT resellers, integrators, cloud and managed service providers, and technology focused end users.

As New Zealand’s fastest growing technology event Imagine 2013 promises insights into the latest business tactics and emerging technologies to help accelerate business.

Keynote speakers include William Hurley, global CTO for Westcon Group and Olympic Gold rowing medallists Hamish Bond and Eric Murray.

Attendees will be free to shape their agenda for the day with a choice of different work streams centred around business, technology and innovation.

Dave Robbins, VP of Westcon Group's Cloud Solutions and Stephen Sicola, CTO of leading storage provider X-IO are just two of the speakers coming to New Zealand to share their knowledge in these sessions.

Participants will also be able to get their hands on the latest technology with over 30 leading IT brands represented.

The Auckland event will be on Tuesday May 14 at the Langham Hotel before moving on to Wellington’s Intercontinental Hotel , on Thursday May 16.

Click here to register or for more information including the full programme schedule.

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