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CommVault’s Melbourne Cup party in Sydney (+25 photos)

CommVault’s Melbourne Cup party in Sydney (+25 photos)

Data management company hosts a viewing event at the Museum of Contemporary Arts.

Posing in front of the sponsor's board.

Posing in front of the sponsor's board.

CommVault hosted its annual Melbourne Cup event on November 4 at the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Sydney's Circular Quay.

CommVault executives and more than 200 guests networked at the party and watched a live broadcast of the national horse race.

Drinks and light snacks were available to guests, and was accompanied by a dance performance.

The Melbourne Cup was won by the race horse Protectiontist, with Red Cadeaux and Who Shot The Barman in second and third place respectively.

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


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