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Dell joins SNIA ANZ

24 Nov 2009

Dell Australia has become a corporate member of the Storage Networking Industry Association of Australia (SNIA ANZ), with Justin Boyd, Dell Enterprise Marketing Manager appointed to the Board of Directors.Craig Scroggie, Chairman of SNIA ANZ says the Dell membership is in line with SNIA ANZ’s intent to “expand our value into the storage community”.It also has the added benefit of bringing a key industry leader to SNIA ANZ’s strategic programs, he says.Justin Boyd says Dell fully supports SNIA ANZ’s mission to develop and promote standards technology and education throughout New Zealand and Australia.In his board member role, Boyd will also focus on increasing awareness of SNIA ANZ with Dell customers and channel partners. 

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