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Dell invites you to meet the brightest minds in IT

04 May 15

Join the Dell Solutions Tour in Perth and Adelaide on May 13 and May 26, an exclusive event brought to you by Dell.

At this event you will share Ideas, discuss trends and discover the solutions of tomorrow with some of the brightest minds in IT.

Influential business leaders, IT managers and solutions architects can learn how to transform business for years to come, making IT more agile, workforces more productive and organisations more secure. 

We have developed a compelling and comprehensive agenda. Join us for the day and choose your specific sessions.

Key highlights include:

  • Hear the Dell's leadership team share our vision and mission for the future. Discover Forrester’s independent findings on the Digital Age of the Customer
  • Understand the evolving workforce - provide the right environment and technology to maximise your employees’ potential
  • Discover Dell’s strategy on flash disk and hyper-converged solutions enabling you to redefine the economics of enterprise storage
  • Attend an NDA session previewing Dell’s upcoming server, storage and networking portfolios to address cloud computing, mobility, big data, the internet of things and software-defined IT infrastructure
  • Learn about Dell security solutions and getting the most out of your backup and recovery investments.

Attendees will also have the chance to win a Dell Ultra Sharp 34” Curved Monitor featuring panoramic view, cinematic WQHD resolution and more.

The event will take place on May 13 in Perth and May 26 in Adelaide, 8:30am – 5:30pm. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Register now to see the full agenda and select your sessions.  

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