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Topic # 60372 25-Apr-2010 22:32
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A bit late I know but anyone from geekzone going to the shadowprotect v4 launch/training tomorrow in Auckland?
I'll be there for the first two sessions, not staying for the afternoon paid training.




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  Reply # 322836 25-Apr-2010 22:37
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Ditto. I'm going to the morning sessions only.

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  Reply # 322985 26-Apr-2010 12:38
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I'm not going to the Auckland one (obviously!) but I am heading down to the Wellington one on Wednesday.

For those who went to Auckland, want to give us a sneak peek on what to expect?

We also opted out of the afternoon session - couldn't find any information on the new features to make a determination on whether it was worth attending or not. With the price tag attached, the boss just said "no way".



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  Reply # 323130 26-Apr-2010 17:17
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Back in whangarei now.
Was interesting, some cool new features.
VirtualBoot was the thing that interested me the most.
It allows you to get a machine back in to production in 3-5 mins no matter how much data is being backed up.




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