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Trend Micro partners network into the night

07 Mar 16

Trend Micro partners kicked off the year in style last week with partner networking events at Mon Bijou Penthouse in Melbourne and The Ivy Penthouse in Sydney.

The partner evenings gave Trend Micro resellers the chance to celebrate the year ahead and to network with Trend Micro’s channel team and sales champions – while learning about the company’s plans for the year ahead.

The security vendor unveiled its 2016 road map at the events, along with new partner benefits and rewards which will be available this year.

The events also saw Trend Micro launching its new partner portal.

Guest speaker Stephen Parker, director and senior industry evangelist at 1 Vision OT, also shared his predictions for the security opportunities for the channel in 2016, with a focus on outcomes rather than just products.

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