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Photo Gallery: Mimecast celebrates Australian partners

06 Jun 17

Dimension Data, Brennan IT and The Missing Link were all among the winners at Mimecast’s Channel Connect gala awards dinner in Sydney last week.

The vendor, which provides cloud-based email management for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365, presented five awards.

It was double glory for Datacom, which was named Technical Partner of the Year, with Datacom licensing manager Kyle Godson taking out the only individual award of the event, picking up Mimecast Champion of the Year.

Brennan IT took out the Business Partner of the Year award, its third partner award this year, with Dimension Data winning Certified Partner of the Year.

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