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Softchoice Services Makes a Splash at CiscoPlus

Servers, Storage and Networking | Posted on May 18, 2012 by Lesley Morris

Softchoice was recently an exhibitor at the annual CiscoPlus (formerly known as Cisco Networkers) technology conference and tradeshow in Toronto.

It was a great opportunity for us to share our perspectives on how we can help our customers build better businesses through Softchoice Services, and also a great way to see old friends, colleagues and partners.

Our theme was “Accelerating Your Cisco Architecture with Softchoice Services,” so we complemented that with an Indy car racing background (you’ll see in the video below), and we hosted discussion areas around Borderless Networks, Data Center, Unified Collaboration and Keystone Managed Services. In keeping with the theme, we also had a very popular Indy Racing Game so participants could test out their Indy racing form, in preparation for our draw for two tickets to the Toronto Honda Indy in July.

A team of our technology experts was on hand  to confer with attendees one on one about some of the big issues facing them today, including managing big data, the impact of the cloud, complexities of BYOD, and how to sustain an infrastructure while creating new innovative business strategies.

To hear more about how Softchoice Services have grown, watch this brief video of Cisco’s Warren Ross interviewing our Services Marketing Manager, Richard Carson.

Would you like more information about Softchoice Services? Ask your questions below in the comments, or contact Richard directly. He’ll respond as quickly as he can.

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