Friday, 30 September 2011 16:00

De Cata is de new sales director at Attachmate

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Attachmate has appointed Larry De Cata as its new sales director.


"We are very pleased to welcome Larry to the team," said Boris Ivancic, vice president and general manager of the Attachmate Group companies in APAC.

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Mr De Cata previously worked as head of the Telstra customer team at Nokia Siemens Networks, and he has also held leadership roles at companies including Kodiak Networks, Synergy Plus, NextGen Networks, Bluegum Group/Solectron Australia, IBM and Telstra.

"Security and compliance is top of mind for many organisations today," he said. "I'm looking forward to assisting organisations in Australia to maximise the value they get from NetIQ solutions to achieve greater business outcomes."

 

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