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Datacraft, Dimension Data pick up VMware awards

Datacraft, Dimension Data pick up VMware awards

Receives APAC, Global Solution Provider of the Year.

Datacraft Asia and its parent company Dimension Data were recognised at the VMware Partner Network Awards where they received the APAC and Global Solution Provider of the Year awards. Datacraft Asia director of solutions development group and alliances Andy Cocks says virtualisation is a topic on every CIO’s mind.

"This is a major opportunity for the company to grow its business outside the traditional network area. This award is recognition for the significant focus we are exercising in both the server and desktop virtualisation arena. VMware is the market leader in this space and we aim to grow this business together significantly over the next two to three years.”


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