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IN PICTURES: Out and about - the channel in June 2012 (21 photos)

The channel has been busy in the community and conferences - are you pictured?

  • (L-R) Adobe senior APAC education evangelist, Peter McAlpine and Adobe Systems Incorporated worldwide education marketing vice-president, Jon Perera, at the Adobe annual Education Leadership Forum 2012 in Sydney.

  • Data #3 recently participated in the Nissan/BRW Triathlon event, which was held on the Gold Coast. The company entered four teams into the competition this year.

  • Express Data product manager, Chrystal Argus, and Autodesk Asia-Pacific vice-president of sales, Denis Branthonne. Express Data was recently awarded the title of A/NZ distributor of the year for operational excellence at the Autodesk A/NZ conference.

  • Former Aussie cricket captain, Mark Taylor, and boys from Cooranbong primary. SAP Australia launches Young ICT Explorers Competition in NSW.

  • Data#3 was named the 2012 VMware Cloud Infrastructure Partner of the Year at the recent VMware Partner Exchange Event in Sydney. Data#3’s Laurence Baynham accepts award from VMware’s Duncan Bennet.

  • CA Technologies increases community participation. Earth Day volunteer bush regeneration at Dobroyd Head.

  • The CA team at the annual Earth Day celebration to two weeks of green activities.

  • When deciding what tablets PCs to use as a teaching tool, Hale School in Western Australia, together with 12 other schools around the country, chose the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T731 in an effort to keep students taking handwritten notes via the touch screen interface.

  • Distribution Central has partnered with Southern Cross Computer Systems to help children suffering from heart disease by donating iPads to HeartKids Victoria. In this picture: Distribution Central executive chairman, Scott Frew, Lois O’Callaghan and her son, Lachie

  • HP recently held its Premier Partner Conference at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart, Tasmania. In this picture: Bluechip Infotech’s Johnson Hsuing and Ron Jarvis, ICE Systems’ Duncan Journee and Corporate Express’ Steven Mackenzie

  • HP recently held its Premier Partner Conference at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart, Tasmania. It also rewarded partners at the Premier Partner Awards dinner, and with a theme of ‘HP Top Gun’, attendees participated in a team building activity that gave them a chance to fly with Australia’s premier adventure flight company – Top Gun.

  • On World Environment Day (June 5), Australia’s major mobile telecommunications manufacturers and carriers embarked on an initiative to encourage Australians to keep old mobiles out of landfill by promising to recycle their unused mobiles phones and accessories with MobileMuster. This group, whose 12 members include mobile telecommunications handset manufacturers Nokia, Motorola Mobility, Samsung, LG Electronics, HTC, Huawei and ZTE, battery importer Force Technology and network carriers Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile, are recommitting their recycling promise.

  • Kaspersky Lab has joined Collingwood football club as its official coaches’ partner for 2012. Collingwood FC coach, Nathan Buckley, in this picture.

  • Kaseya recently held its annual Kaseya Connect conference in Las Vegas. In this picture: Kaseya A/NZ managing director, Dermot Mcann, with attendees

  • Kaseya recently staged a global partner event ZyNet’s Paul Turner, Kaseya’s Martin Ashby and ZyNet’s David King, are pictured here.

  • As sponsors of the 2012 V8 Supercar Championship Series, Symantec recently invited a selected number of its channel and distribution partners to join it at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. In this picture: Insentra managing director, Ronnie Altit and race car driver, Craig Lowndes.

  • Samsung Electronics Australia has become the official partner of the Qantas Wallabies, Test Rugby and Super Rugby Competition.

  • AVG A/NZ has gifted one of its resellers with an incentive for remarkable sales. Wangaratta Transient Computer Service owner, Gary Gourlay and AVG corporate sales director, Michael Dowling, pictured here.

  • LifeSize Communications, a division of Logitech, recently recognised Australian channel partner capability for delivering video conferencing solutions. LifeSize Communications CEO Colin Buechler presents VExpress the award.

  • Bluechip infotech recently held its New Horizon event for its resellers at the Duxton Hotel in Perth. In this picture: At the HP stand.

  • Bluechip infotech recently held its New Horizon event for its resellers at the Duxton Hotel in Perth. In this picture: Attendees hoping to be announced as a lucky draw winner

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