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  • IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 3 (+39 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 3 (+39 photos)

    Autotask recently hosted its Community Live! 2015 conference in Miami, where its attendees were educated on how to manage their IT business. The conference was also an opportunity for them to socialise and share ideas with more than 800 industry leaders. Here's the last of the three part slideshow from the event. Pictures by ARN's CHERRY YUMUL.

    IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 3 (+39 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 2 (+29 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 2 (+29 photos)

    Autotask recently hosted its Community Live! 2015 conference in Miami, where its attendees were educated on how to manage their IT business. The conference was also an opportunity for them to socialise and share ideas with more than 800 industry leaders. Here's the second of the three part slideshow from the event. Pictures by ARN's CHERRY YUMUL.

    IN PICTURES: Autotask's Community Live! in Miami part 2 (+29 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: CeBIT 2015 - Drones, robots, Cloud, data and the channel (+63 photos)

    IN PICTURES: CeBIT 2015 - Drones, robots, Cloud, data and the channel (+63 photos)

    CeBIT 2015 hid in a concrete wasteland at Olympic Park, snuggled under the dome. The trade show seemed smaller than the year before buoyed as it was by dozens of start-ups in their own alleys. The multinationals were sadly lacking: Here IBM, there HP - both big well designed displays, but that was it. There was a sprinkling of channel players - Veeam, Autotask, ESET, i-LAN/Draytek, Xirrus, Ruckus Wireless, Meridian IT, caught the eye - but there were also plenty of lightning companies from China, and some interesting invaders looking to spruik overseas interest - the New York Times, Germany, the Philippines, and Wellington, New Zealand, which is currently trying to pull Australian start-ups to it's bubbling - but windy - city. The drones, robots and 3D printers with model collections, stole the show, and the rest was rather bland. Feedback from the few stallholders I spoke to was a little ho-hum, but time will tell. Here is the best and the most channel of the show through my eyes. Photos by Editorial Director, MIKE GEE.

    IN PICTURES: CeBIT 2015 - Drones, robots, Cloud, data and the channel (+63 photos)

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