15 Reasons You Should Upgrade Your Technology.

Overview:

  • Session: Attaché Partner Webinar
  • Free eBook: 15 Reasons You Should Upgrade Your Technology
  • Date: Wednesday, 18th October 2017
  • Time: 2pm AEST

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Summary:

Wayne Small is an acknowledged expert and highly acclaimed international speaker, specialising in Small and Medium Business I.T.

In recent years, he has performed training on behalf of Microsoft Australia to audiences ranging from 20 to 500. He has been awarded the highly coveted MVP award (Microsoft Valuable Professional) – the highest commendation offered by Microsoft to a non-Microsoft employee, for over 15 years running, in recognition of his services and contribution to the I.T. Professional community, and was the longest standing MVP in Australia in the SMB space. In 2007, CRN Australia Magazine inducted Wayne into the CRN Hall of Fame for his community efforts, joining the likes of Bill Gates and other leading IT Industry personnel.

In 1997 Wayne started Sydney based SMB IT Consulting Company called Correct Solutions. In 2005, Wayne merged Correct Solutions with two other companies to bring greater strength to the organisation. In late 2006, Wayne acknowledged his core strength lay in the technical side of things and handed over the reins to Ryan Spillane to focus on this. Wayne spends the majority of his time working with the team at Correct Solutions to deliver world class technology solutions to their clients and ensuring that Correct Solutions team is well prepared for future

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  • Technology changes in Win10 and Server 2016
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