Your invite – Who is Unitrends and why should you care ?

Disaster recovery, archiving and backup is hot at the moment. A lot of IT department time and capital expenditure are being spent on the issue.

Unitrends is a specialist vendor in the space and is running an event in Auckland on 15th September to explain the trends.

The company provides virtual, physical and cloud-based protection and recovery solutions.

It’s a new brand for Auckland based distributor Connector Systems. Read our full story here.

It will be presented by Brett Lieblich (ANZ Territory Manager for Unitrends) and Jeffrey Warne (Solutions Architect for Unitrends) you’ll learn everything you need to know about protecting your assets before the unimaginable happens.

It’s being held at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron in Auckland on 16th September.

Arrive 2:45pm for a 3pm start. The session will be finished with drinks and canapes served around 4:30pm.

The event is open to both enterprise IT users and channel partners looking to find out more information about disaster recovery and Unitrends’ solutions.

There is no cost to attend, simply register here.


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