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EMC channel manager to retire

11 Nov 10

EMC has said that David Henderson (pictured), Channel and Alliances General Manager, Australia and New Zealand, will retire at the end of December 2010.

David Webster, President, EMC Australia and New Zealand, said, “David has made a substantial contribution to the EMC business, instilling a channel ethos within EMC that has been embraced by our people and embedded within the culture of the organisation.”

Henderson added, “This new stage in my life is a time to clear the decks. I have not finished working, but doing something different with my life. It’s goodbye, but not farewell.”

Prior to EMC, Henderson worked for 3M, Toshiba, AST, 3Com and Tech Pacific.

Henderson will continue to work with EMC on a consultative basis.

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