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Auckland, you’re invited: Secure your spot at the MSP event of the year

07 May 2018

What: 2018 Executive Briefings When: May 22nd, 2018 Where: Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour Hotel

Are you an MSP wanting to learn how to better manage your IT environment?

Keen to learn how you could evolve your business to generate additional revenue streams?

Are you ready to become an MSP trailblazer?

With support from partners Webroot and CompTIA, Kaseya’s highly-anticipated 2018 Executive Briefing event is coming to Auckland.

This year, the MSP cybersecurity event will focus on three topics: people, data, and devices.

Attend the 2018 Executive Briefing and learn how to realign your business for 2018 to keep up with a changing marketplace.

Understand why your business is at risk of cyberattacks and how to mitigate the devastating effects an attack can have on your business. 

Gain valuable insight into emerging cutting-edge technologies and trends, and discover which additional services will best grow your business.

Kaseya’s invitation-only event will cover all this, and more, to get your business on the path becoming a real MSP trailblazer.

Don’t miss out! To secure your spot at the 2018 Executive Briefing, click here.

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