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rhipe Cloud Channel Summit 2015 heading to Auckland

31 Mar 2015

rhipe is bringing the world of cloud computing to one place at this year’s Cloud Channel Summit – and you’re invited.

Cloud growth in the Asia-Pacific region is set to continue over the next 12 months. As the Cloud Channel Company, rhipe provides partners with a complete end-to-end cloud solution to help them transition and grow in the cloud market.

The rhipe Cloud Channel Summit 2015 is the annual first-class cloud conference in Asia Pacific dedicated to the service provider channel and broader IT market.

Why attend:

  • Listen to market research and analysis from leading analysts & cloud experts
  • Choose from business and technical seminar sessions on key industry solutions
  • Participate to in-depth workshops and Certifications Network with industry experts and your peers.

RCCS attendees are business decision-makers as well as technical, operational and management IT professionals.

The summit includes a mix of Cloud experts and Software vendors and gathers a broad range of service providers, including MSPs, ISVs, VARs, Web Hosters, ISPs, Data Centers... and many others.

The Auckland event will be held at Ciftons Auckland, located at 4/45 Queen Street, downtown Auckland, on Wednesday 15 April 2015.

You can find out more information and register for the event here.

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