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Microsoft guru, Wayne Small, joins StorageCraft

Microsoft guru, Wayne Small, joins StorageCraft

Takes on the role of general manager of technical services role covering the Asia-Pacific region focusing on support, professional services, technical updates and training

StorageCraft Technology has appointed Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP), Wayne Small, to its team.

He will take its general manager of technical services role covering the Asia-Pacific region.

According to StorageCraft, Small will focus on controlling all of the vendor’s technical services including support, professional services, updates and training.

StorageCraft vice-president Asia-Pacific, Greg Wyman, said Small’s appointment would be instrumental in helping the vendor expand into the region.

Small has been involved in the IT Industry for more than 30 years. In 1997, he started Sydney-based SMB IT consulting company Correct Solutions, which grew to an eight-strong team with multi-million dollar revenues.

In 2005, Small merged Correct Solutions with two other companies, the combined organisation becoming one of Australia’s most respected SMB IT resellers.

In late 2006, he handed over the reins to Ryan Spillane, to focus on training, presenting and writing on technical and business topics. He also provided consulting services to SMB IT professionals.

He has been involved in the SMB IT Pro community since 1998 and is the founded it in Australia.

In a statement, Small said he seized the opportunity to work with a product and team to contribute in ways that will enhance StorageCraft’s technology and its impact on the reseller community.

“The company is recognised as a though leader in disaster recovery and StorageCraft products are market leaders, featuring innovations such as head start restore and virtual boot, which reduce the impact on a business should a disaster occur,” Small said. “They are allowing resellers to provider higher availability solutions to their clients at lower costs than ever before.”


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