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Photo gallery: QNAP hits the road for hybrid tour

26 Apr 17

Australian and New Zealand resellers flocked to QNAP’s Hybrid Tour which saw the vendor hitting five cities across the two countries in recent weeks.

More than 250 resellers, managed services providers, system integrators and pre-sales teams turned out for the shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Auckland, where they heard how to go to market with QNAP solutions in various verticals, including education, government and manufacturing.

The roadshow, held with partners Eaton, Seagate, WD and Xopero Software, also gave resellers a taste of how to back up virtual machines to QNAP NAS with third party software and how to adopt hybrid cloud strategies and integrate with Microsoft Azure/One Drive for Business, AWS and public cloud services.

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