The RSA Conference 2015 for the US was held at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, from April 20-24. The security vendor spared no expense in putting on one of the world's largest security events which will also be held for Asia-Pacific in Singapore from July 22-24, and in Abu Dhabi from November 4-5. An RSA Conference Unplugged will be held in London on June 4. Photos of the US event are courtesy of RSA's Conference photostream on Flickr.
Prospective and current Huawei and iCITA partners headed out on the tranquil waters of Sydney Harbour only days after it was ravaged by storms to see what the two companies have to offer in the datacentre space.
Fuji Xerox Printers recently held its product solutions forum at the Sydney Olympic Park. About 60 distributors and resellers attended the event, which saw the company unveil its new Smart Series print solutions and discuss the current state of the printing industry. The attendees also sat through workshops and networked over lunch.
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Amazon Web Services has bolstered the diversity in information technology discussion at its Sydney Summit with its AWS Shine event. Around 100 people, predominantly women, attended Shine. Speakers for the event included former Olympian, Libby Trickett; Member of the A/NZ Amazon Leadership Team, Ashlee McCusker; Sharmilla Tsourdalakis CIO from GPT Group; and Danielle Fletcher from PropellHer.
It was a rainy day but that didn't dampen spirits at the latest ARN Roundtable, held at Sydney's est restaurant. Attendees discussed everything Cloud related, focusing on data sovereignty and colocation. In addition, they spoke about the Cloud's evolution, what the channel needs to do to support the move to the Cloud, and also addressed the need for services in this space.This roundtable was sponsored by NextDC. Photographs by IAN SHARP.
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The latest ARN Roundtable, held at Sydney's Bentley restaurant, saw representatives of businesses in the channel discuss issues surrounding the Cloud, Big Data and datacentres. They spoke about the need for transparent cost models, the purpose of having a consulting world in these industries, as well as the need for companies to alter their offerings to meet each individual customers' needs. The attendees also discussed data sovereignty, the growth of applications, and the quality of Australia's telco infrastructure. This roundtable was sponsored by Cisco, IBM and Ingram Micro. Photographs by Ian Sharp.
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