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“This separation will enable us to accelerate the turnaround we began four years ago."
Growing New Zealand ICT specialists strengthens its hand in the local enterprise market.
“To be recognised at such prestigious awards really brings home the difference the whole team make to our customers on a daily basis.”
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“This is a major coup for Intergen, and a public endorsement of the breadth and quality of our services."
“Establishing a direct presence assures continuous product availability."
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“Together with Windows 10, this may be enough to trigger a moderate renewal wave at the beginning of 2016.”
“We are at the threshold of significant disruption in the data centre space."
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise milestones highlight first year as independent business.
"Traditional approaches to wide-area networking no longer meet the needs of business."
CRM purchasing is undergoing a sea change.
Unexpected downtime remains a reality for all businesses that rely on information technology.
Preserves the policy that gives Mac users five years of support, not the 10 awarded to Windows customers
"I look forward to getting involved in driving the company’s next phase of growth in APAC.”
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"The Apple Watch is off to a great start, with high marks in satisfaction and a strong likelihood of recommending it to others."