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Photo gallery: QNAP hosts pioneering events in AU and NZ

03 May 16

The events hosted by QNAP in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland recently were a resounding success. The QNAP Certification Training and Partner programs 2016 were attended by more than 120 resellers and MSPs and helped to build up the partners technical foundation and best practice sharing on latest technology know-how covering virtualisation, comprehensive backup, data recovery, snapshot and cloud back-up solutions and techniques.    

QNAP also hosted the Connect Expo in Melbourne recently, showcasing the latest cloud solutions and innovative technologies. Over 300 business and corporate users participated to learn more about deploying QNAP's hybrid cloud solution in the virtualised and IoT era.

All of the events were a resounding success, with ANZ SMBs adapting virtualisation and integrating hybrid cloud backup approaches into their business and deployment models.

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