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IN PICTURES: VeeamOn 2014 after-party (+ 50 photos)

IN PICTURES: VeeamOn 2014 after-party (+ 50 photos)

Virtualisation company concludes its partner event with a dance party.

Veeam concluded its first global conference in Las Vegas with a party at Mandalay Bay.

Veeam concluded its first global conference in Las Vegas with a party at Mandalay Bay.

Following two days of keynotes and sessions, VeeamOn in Las Vegas concluded with a dance-themed party at Light nightclub in Mandalay Bay.

Conference guests gathered at the club venue for an evening of drinks and a buffet dinner, where they had an opportunity to mingle and network in a more relaxed setting.

The highlight of the party was a Veeam-branded block of ice that was used to pour shots of alcohol.

Entertainment at the party was provided by a DJ duo that performed dance music from a specially designed DJ box that featured light projection.

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.


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