Last Friday night, the 5th NGage Customer Appreciation Gala was held at Crown.
The planning had been going on for months – various teams pulling together all aspects of the gala, from logistics, to bookings, speakers, after party, run sheet and digital design.
The partner conference is an annual event to thank the Sophos partners through the APAC region and included delegates for Australia, China, India, Singapore and Japan.
The integration of Cirrus Networks and NGage business took a further step last week with Jarrod, Jason and David heading across to head office in Perth (It's a stone throw from the Subiaco Football stadium). This trip also coincided with the quarterly Cirrus Networks Staff update, which enabled the Melbourne team to meet the entire Cirrus team, including the Canberra Manager.
NGage are pleased to announce that we have entered into an agreement which will see Cirrus Networks Limited buy 100% of the share capital of NGage Technology Group Pty Ltd.
Office 365 continues to reveal new features, the latest being Teams which is available free now to all Office 365 users according to this article in Tech Crunch.
Last week I was lucky enough to attend the Splunk Sales Kick off in Las Vegas, the event was located at the MGM Grand and was full of relevant content in relation to the progression of Splunk as an organisation. Splunk was founded in 2003 and is currently listed on NASDAQ, since Splunk was founded they have grown year on year at a rapid rate. We were lucky enough to hear keynote speeches from the CEO, CMO and many others! If you would like to learn more about the power of your data please contact us for more information.
How do we select the right key?
Back when NGage was first founded, way back in 2011 choosing a selection of vendors was pretty simple. We could take anything we could get. If it had a cost and a sale price and we could offer it to customers and it helped solve their problem then tick, we were happy.