FREE Invite – Ingram Micro’s Tempo Training for Microsoft WindowsNovember 7 - 9am
Whether you want to improve your skills, understand the new and exciting platform or looking to get Windows training – Ingram Micro’s Tempo Training is the course for you.
Aimed at IT professionals interested in expanding their knowledge around the new features and functionality in the new Windows, the FREE training sessions will visit Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Some apps sold separately; vary by market
Offering all attendees a free pair of LX-3000 headphones, Ingram Micro will explore the benefits of Microsoft’s new Windows, billed as the fastest start-up of any Windows OS.
Benefits of the session include:
• Easily transition between the Start screen and the desktop with the new Start button
• Multitask with side-by-side views of apps and sites
• New ways to personalise desktops and start screens
• Over 100 million copies sold of Windows 8
The Auckland event has so far proved incredibly popular and is almost sold out, but there are still spaces for Friday November 8 at Ace Training Auckland Office, 2/46 Brown Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, 1021.
Tickets are still available for both Wellington and Christchurch however:
December 3, 4th
Ace Training Wellington Office
1st Floor, 89 The Terrace,
November 26, 27th
Ace Training Christchurch Office
Unit 10, 15 Sir Gil Simpson Drive,
Please note: Limited spaces are available so book your place early to avoid disappointment
Ingram Micro recommends Windows.
For more information about the event, please click here
Update your Windows 8 PC to Windows 8.1 for free through the Windows Store when available – Internet access required; fees may apply.
Use of this OEM System Builder Channel software is subject to the terms of the Microsoft OEM System Builder License. This software is intended for pre-installed on a new personal computer for resale. The OEM System Builder Channel software requires the assembler to provide end user support for the Windows product.
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