On the move: changes in the channel

Jun 25, 2012
  <b>DiData reshuffles, names new solutions chief</b><p>
Dimension Data has announced Neil Campbell (pictured)as its director of solutions, replacing Duncan Brown who served in the role since 2011.Campbell has worked at DiData for 10 years, most recently as its global general manager of security.</p>
<p>The company has also named Darren O'Loughlin as general manager for connectivity and security, and Jason Ha as national manager for security.</p>  
 
DiData reshuffles, names new solutions chief

Dimension Data has announced Neil Campbell (pictured)as its director of solutions, replacing Duncan Brown who served in the role since 2011.Campbell has worked at DiData for 10 years, most recently as its global general manager of security.

The company has also named Darren O'Loughlin as general manager for connectivity and security, and Jason Ha as national manager for security.

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