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In pics: Inside the Acronis 2016 VIP Partner Summit

18 May 16

Acronis recently held their 2016 VIP Partner Summit in Singapore.

A bridge between the East and the West for centuries, Singapore was the ideal spot to bring the numerous partners together.

It was a place where partners could meet up with like minders from all over the world, creating the opportunities for networking, collaboration, sharing of technical information and the building of trusted relationships.

The event included a keynote from Acronis CEO Serguei Beloussov regarding the smart, digital future and the major announcement of the company’s investment into Blockchain technology.

There were also partner awards to recognise the company’s best performing channel partners around the world.

“We are focused on data and we are focused on partners,” Beloussov says. “We are enabling our partners greater access to the market by making very complex technology very easy. It is clear that we are entering a new era of data protection.”

Take a look at our gallery below to see some of the highlights.

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