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You’re invited: Azure experts share cloud success secrets

20 Aug 18

News headlines have been dominated by the benefits of the cloud, the need to migrate to the cloud, and the perils of not adopting the cloud.

For a business just wanting to do what’s necessary, it can often be difficult to cut through the noise.

Does your business need the cloud?

Where do you start? Where next? What's achievable?

How do you map it all out?

How do you ensure your organisation is truly maximising its cloud investments and the many benefits the cloud can bring?

Getting the answers to any of these questions wrong at the beginning of your cloud journey can have expensive and long-lasting consequences.

Business solutions provider and cloud expert Intergen knows this.

That’s why it’s hosting several lunch sessions where businesses can have candid conversations about their cloud readiness, wherever they may be in their cloud journey.

Cloud expert Jeff Tebbs and Azure MVP Deepak Maheshwari will talk about practical use cases for the cloud and how to get the most out of it.

The sessions will take place in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch, and are free to attend.

Where: Auckland Intergen office
When: September 13, 11am – 2pm

Where: Wellington Intergen office
When: September 20, 11am – 2pm

Where: The George, Christchurch
When: September 21,11am – 2pm

Register now to lock in your spot

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