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Are you ready for Bootcamp!?

It's that time again!




TCM will once again be exhibiting at this year’s NonStop Technical Bootcamp in Burlingame, San Francisco, CA…and we can’t wait to see you there!


Amongst other things, we will be discussing our role as key partners of the HPE NonStop Migration Services Program, helping customers realise the benefits of the NSX platform quickly and painlessly, through an end-to-end migration service:


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If you are interested in hearing about the TCM’s Migration Services, stop by the TCM Booth to chat with one of our team.

Of course, should you have any other NonStop service queries, please stop by to talk to us, we are the NonStop Service Experts, offering the full suite of NonStop support, including:

Looking forward to what we are sure will be another fantastic NonStop event organised by Connect…and fingers crossed, this kind of Bootcamp will have significantly less angry men screaming at us, and more wonderful NonStop patrons looking to learn about and explore the NonStop platform.


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TCM’s Scottish Prize Draws

Once again, TCM will be giving attendees the chance to win a wonderful prize, reflecting our Scottish heritage. Though we operate globally, TCM’s Headquarters are based in Scotland, where they have been since the company first began, over 20 years ago. And as a proud, Scottish company, what could reflect our heritage more than whisky?

That is why we will be offering attendees the chance to win a bottle of fine local single malt whisky, along with a set of crystal whisky glasses to savour the experience. Attendees will have the chance to win this by visiting TCM’s table to register for our private prize draw.

If that wasn’t enough to tempt you, we’ll be giving away some other wonderful Scottish inspired freebies including whisky miniatures and other fun accessories.

So if you fancy ‘a wee dram’ (translation: a little whisky) or a guide to Scottish golfing, please stop by.


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