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Intellect IT appoints datacentre practice manager

Intellect IT appoints datacentre practice manager

Response to the ‘epidemics’ of big data and mobility

Intellect IT has appointed Jesse Liberts as data centre practice manager.

The Australian IT solutions provider said the appointment comes at a pivotal time where new ‘epidemics’ of big data and mobility are driving change within the industry.

Intellect IT technical director, Max Soukhomlinov, said the company would now be able to offer end-to-end solutions for organisations of any size.

“The ability to provide a well-integrated solution from the one vendor is worth its weight in gold. So the role we have created is a critical one – giving us the ability to advise and deliver to our customers the best solutions on the market.” Liberts joins Intellect IT with more than ten years of experience in the sector. The company said Liberts’ knowledge of EMC’s storage and backup portfolio was particularly impressive, and that the new role will be an important asset to the company.

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