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Nelson Marlborough DC splashes out on IT leasing

Nelson Marlborough DC splashes out on IT leasing

The Nelson Marlborough District Council is looking to lease a range of hardware and software over the next three years.

This includes laptops, PCs, Cisco switches, printers, SAN and backup, servers, wireless network and other computer hardware.

The total cost is estimated to be $4.8 million over the three years.

There is an immediate desktop replacement process of 500 PCs and 60 laptops, which commenced in March 2009, totalling $736,000 that needs to be financed.

The deadline for replies is Friday, May 22. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26002.


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