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IN PICTURES: Your channel round-up, w/e September 21

ARN's Community Manager, Hafizah Osman, has disappeared under a flood of community picture stories and reports of company events, so we thought what better to do than put them all in a slideshow summing up the week in the channel. Are you pictured?

  • Kaspersky Lab recently held a partner event in Melbourne, which featured Collingwood Magpies coach, Nathan Buckley. During the event, Buckley inspired the partners with a speech on motivation and leadership. In this picture: Virtual Graffiti Australia’s Jonny Wahlhaus with Nathan Buckley

  • Kaspersky Lab recently held a partner event in Melbourne, which featured Collingwood Magpies coach, Nathan Buckley. Kaspersky Lab is a Collingwood sponsor.

  • Kaspersky’s technical manager, Sam Bryce-Johnson, also presented at the event, on the current IT security threats and informing partners about how Kaspersky Lab has been at the forefront of the latest global threats.

  • Kaspersky Lab recently held a partner event in Melbourne, which featured Collingwood Magpies coach, Nathan Buckley. In this picture: Kaspersky Lab team and Nathan Buckley

  • Axis Communications has announced the five winners from its annual partner conference in Melbourne. In the Australia categories, Chubb Electronic Security was named as partner of the year whilst Integrators Australia picked up the best growth partner award. For New Zealand, Visual Networks won best growth partner of the year, while Lexel Systems won Partner of the year. Honeywell Pacific was named Oceania partner of the year. In this picture: Axis staff with the winners

  • Emerson Network Power has been awarded the 2012 Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific market share leadership title in the datacentre cooling solutions market. This is the second year in a row that the company is taking home the award. According to the company, winning the title means it has the ability to deliver customised solutions that best fit the needs to local conditions while leveraging its global best technologies and processes.

  • Microsoft recognised 24 partners at its Australian Partner Conference in Brisbane for their outstanding contributions of innovative solutions and services in the past 12 months. Over 900 partners gathered at the ceremony in Brisbane. The winners were chosen out of a national field of 300 plus nominations from Australian partners with Microsoft Australian Partner Awards (MAPAs) presented in 24 categories. 2012 MAPA recipients include: WARDY IT Solutions, Data#3 Limited, Generation-e, Red Rock Consulting, Thomas Duryea Consulting, HP, Express Data, ClickView, Dimension Data, BlueFire Corporation, Readify, Insight, DDLS, eSavvy, Eclipse Computing (Australia), Ensyst, OBS, OBT, Comcity, Janison and Kiandra IT. In this picture: the Dimension Data team

  • Microsoft recognised 24 partners at its Australian Partner Conference in Brisbane for their outstanding contributions of innovative solutions and services in the past 12 months.The Express Data team, as pictured, is one of them.

  • Microsoft recognised 24 partners at its Australian Partner Conference in Brisbane for their outstanding contributions of innovative solutions and services in the past 12 months. The OBT team, as pictured, is one of them.

  • Microsoft recognised 24 partners at its Australian Partner Conference in Brisbane for their outstanding contributions of innovative solutions and services in the past 12 months.The Thomas Duryea team, as pictured, is one of them.

  • Buffalo has hosted the first in a series of reseller training events which aim to introduce channel partners to the company’s new range of network attached storage (NAS) solutions for business and support Buffalo’s continued expansion in the Australian market.

  • More than 90 channel partners attended events held in Sydney and Melbourne.

  • The events follow the launch of its two new TeraStation NAS devices.

  • Hosted by national business manager Boris Shen, the events were significant with Buffalo Asia-Pacific general manager, Satoshi Inaba, travelling from Buffalo’s global headquarters in Nagoya, Japan to welcome guests and discuss the company’s vision for the future.

  • Buffalo recently hosted the first in a series of reseller training events which aim to introduce channel partners to the company’s new range of network attached storage (NAS) solutions for business and support Buffalo’s continued expansion in the Australian market.

  • Pictures from Buffalo's reseller training events

  • Pictures from Buffalo's reseller training events

  • Pictures from Buffalo's reseller training events

  • Pictures from Buffalo's reseller training events

  • Data#3 entered a team in Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer to help raise more than $20,000 and support the critical work of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR).

  • The event was a two-day 220km cycling journey up to Wivenhoe Dam and back.

  • To further support the team as part of their training preparation – a wind trainer day was held in the Toowong office with a host of senior management riders competing in various challenges against the team members to help raise the much needed donations. To help support this great cause and generate awareness, a variety of other fundraising events were also held, including a State of Origin Night, Data#3 Auction, Band Night and a Data#3’s biggest morning tea held across the different company locations.

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