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You’re invited: SMB network management has never been so easy

13 Aug 18

What: NETGEAR exclusive business seminar
When: Thursday, August 30, 4pm
Where: Novotel Auckland - 72 - 112 Greenlane East, Ellerslie, Auckland

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who have created a successful services business can find it challenging and costly to continue expanding their customer portfolio.

Realising this, NETGEAR’s Insight family of cloud managed solutions is a quick and easy way for MSPs to grow their current offerings.

It allows MSPs to add Network Management across switches, Access Points and Storage devices under the same umbrella, greatly simplifying small business networking management.

The Insight family of cloud solutions empowers MSPs with speed and scale - faster, easier deployment, monitoring, and management of customers’ networks mean MSPs can take on more customers and scale their business.

Everything from devices registration to setup/configuration, remote monitoring, and ongoing firmware management and even support escalation can be managed from a single platform.

Auckland resellers MSPs are invited to an exclusive seminar with NETGEAR A/NZ commercial sales head Domenic Torre to discuss how you can deliver an end-to-end network management solution based on the NETGEAR Insight platform.

The event will take place at the Novotel Hotel in Auckland on August 30.

Admittance is free, but seats are limited - register now to secure your spot:

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