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3rd April, 2016
Brian Martin, head of product strategy and virtualised services, Eir

Businesses that sweated their IT assets during the recession are beginning to invest again.

In many cases, they are choosing to spend on unified communications systems, according to Brian Martin, head of product strategy and virtualised services at Eir.

“A lot of those assets are now at the end of their life, so companies are telling us that they need to reinvest,” he said. “Traditionally they might just have had bare-bones services in terms of...

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