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Microsoft announced as headline partner at EntaLive

Microsoft to demonstrate new products at EntaLive
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Entatech has revealed that Microsoft will be headline partner for the EntaLive roadshow, taking place throughout 2012.

Entatech will be travelling across the UK to host four different events, providing all attendees with exclusive information, previews and demonstrations of the latest innovations due to take the technology market by storm.

At the events Microsoft will provide an overview of its key launches, and give a demonstration of the products, their benefits and the opportunities they present for IT resellers.

Entatech vice president, Jon Atherton, commented: “We’re delighted that Microsoft is headline partner for these events. We are excited about the possibilities and the new opportunities that Microsoft’s new wave of products create for the IT industry and our customers. These EntaLive events will present the perfect opportunity for our customers to meet Microsoft to get more information on the product benefits.”

In addition, many of key vendors are partnering with Entatech for the events and will be showcasing their new and existing product range. Vendors will include Fujitsu, Intel, Kaspersky, Wasp, Digium, Swann and Madcatz.

All the venues have been carefully selected to enhance the attendee's experience and allow the event to be enjoyed in an informal and enlightening atmosphere. They take place between 9am -2pm at the following venues:
• 25 October 2012 - Bristol Zoo
• 1 November 2012 - Newcastle United Football Stadium
• 6 November 2012 - National Space Centre, Leicester
• 13 November 2012 - Leeds Alea Casino

These events are open to current and prospective b2b IT resellers. Register for free at Entaonline.com/live.

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