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Topic # 84488 1-Jun-2011 01:21
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Hi everybody

My name is David i run my own it support business in Upper Hutt Wellington mainly dealing with residential/SME customers

I come from government/corporate IT background but was made redundant due to out sourcing

I have spent the last couple years learning as much as i can about VOIP technology and can see it becoming a major player in the years to come(hurry up UFB)

Due to working with a lot of small IT budget business’s i tend to be in the position to learn how to fix any problem the arises in hardware/software(Google’s my friend)


David Osborne

Upper Valley Computers


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  Reply # 476506 1-Jun-2011 02:03
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  Reply # 476532 1-Jun-2011 08:21
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  Reply # 476537 1-Jun-2011 08:30
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  Reply # 476556 1-Jun-2011 09:18
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