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Tuesday, 12 September 2006 20:45

Exinda Networks appoints VP international

Network management provider, Exinda Networks, has appointed Michael Grace as vice president of international business development.  Grace will be responsible for growing Exinda’s global marketing and sales programs and distribution channel throughout Europe, as well as expanding strategic relationships. Grace has 25 years of experience in the information technology (IT) and telecommunications industry. While at Network Box Australia, a managed network security services company, he established its national sales and channel model and reseller marketing program.  Prior to that, he was the founding regional director of Fortinet in Europe. He was also regional director for Netscreen in Australia and New Zealand and spent three years as regional manager and regional vice president for WatchGuard in Europe.
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Sunday, 11 September 2005 08:21

Canon appoints well credentialed GM for ACT

Printers vendor, Canon Australia, has appointed Steve Doszpot as general manager of its Canberra branch to drive the company's growth in the government sector. Prior to joining Canon Australia, Doszpot acted in a consulting capacity for Canon for 12 months. He has also previously held senior executive positions with Wang Computer Australia and the former Digital Equipment Corporation. In 1989 he established Canberra Strategic Marketing, where he delivered government relations, business development, lobbying and specialist marketing services to the information technology and corporate sectors. In 1998, Doszpot acted as Canberra Events Director for the Sydney Olympic Games Organising Committee.  He is also an executive of the Tuggeranong Community Council, a past president of Soccer Canberra and the ACT Olympic Council. Doszpot is also a former member of the boards of CanTrade (the ACT Government Advisory Board) and the Canberra Institute of Technology.

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Sunday, 11 September 2005 08:18

Lexmark names new APAC president and GM

Printers manufacturer, Lexmark International, has named David Chan as president and general manager of Lexmark Asia Pacific, based in Singapore. Chan joins Lexmark with more than 25 years of experience in senior Asian positions within IT companies in Asia Pacific. Chan started his career with IBM in Singapore and spent 15 years there. He was the general manager of products and services when he left IBM. Subsequently, he then joined Dell as the vice president for Asia for five years and also started Dell business including manufacturing operations in China. His last job prior to Lexmark was with EMC where he joined the storage company as the vice president for Greater China and Southeast Asia.
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