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SonicWall's Redman resigns

21 Apr 11

SonicWall has confirmed to The Channel that country manager Dean Redman will leave the company next week. 



Richard Ting, Vice President APAC Sales, will assume responsibility for Australia and New Zealand operations of SonicWall until a new country manager is appointed. 



"Despite the change in management, a high calibre and experienced executive team remains in place for SonicWall in ANZ and the changes will assist to support SonicWall’s strategic direction to engage with enterprise customers even more,” the firm said in a statement. 



"The company growth is expected to continue with the strength of its growing channel partner ecosystem in New Zealand and Australia.”



SonicWall is currently looking for a new country manager. 

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