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Right Click is back in June

Right Click is back in June

The Auckland Chamber of Commerce’s IT event, Right Click, is taking place on Wednesday, June 3 at SkyCity.

The event brings businesses the latest gadgets straight from the desktops of the IT innovators.

According to the organisers, Right Click will share the tools businesses need to get the edge over the competition. The offerings will also assist businesses to streamline databases, connect to customers online and update phone and data systems.

“If personalised customer service and the ability to meet tough deadlines are important to your business, this is an event you cannot afford to miss,” says HP personal systems group marketing manager Warwick Grey.

Guests will also be among the first in the country to get a peek at the latest HP netbooks.

With the support of Microsoft, Cisco and HP, entry to the event is free .


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