Friday, 22 August 2014

Join DataCore for breakfast in Sydney & Melbourne next week!




Further to the success of last month’s DataCore breakfasts in Sydney and Melbourne, we have the pleasure in inviting you to two more exclusive and delectable breakfast events.

Melbourne's breakfast will be hosted in one of Melbourne’s finest eateries; Feddish restaurant, Federation Square, on 26th August 2014. 

Sydney's breakfast will be hosted in one of Sydney's finest eateries; Gowings Bar & Grill, in Sydney's CBD, on the 27th August 2014.

These breakfast events are being hosted by DataCore Software with the aim of informing you of DataCore’s unique value proposition and how using DataCore will vastly improve your growing storage challenges.

This is your time to find out why organisations around the globe, are turning to DataCore for their storage.

DataCore clients are reporting the following:

DataCore’s breakfast is an exclusive opportunity to sit down with some of your colleagues, enjoy a delicious breakfast, while listening to a presentation by David Bull, Director, Technical Sales, DataCore Software, on Software defined Storage in Action.

We ask you to please register your attendance to our Sydney or Melbourne breakfast and we look forward to seeing you on the 26th & 27th August 2014. 

- To register for our Sydney breakfast event please click here and enter your personal details.

- To register for our Melbourne breakfast event please click here and enter your personal details.

We look forward to meeting you there!

1 comment:

Mark Sindone said...

I think this event is definitely a good move to attract more users. Virtual storage is on the rise with the technology that is ever-evolving in today’s era. Therefore, it is wise to duly inform users on the usage of such platforms to better facilitate their needs and clarify their doubts and queries, if there is any. Adding on to that, since technology is quite a dry topic to discuss on, it is sensible to converse about the subject over breakfast to break any ice amongst the crowd.