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UXC Connect chief Ian Poole departs 
Amicable exit as UXC Connect merged with CSC's infrastructure division.
CSC signs $100m contract with Transport for NSW 
CSC acquires UXC security partner Dalmatian Group 
CSC-UXC merger gets final blessing 
UXC's last trading day on Friday.
Shareholders approve UXC-CSC super merger 
CSC chief financial officer steps down.
UXC Red Rock chief departs after 16 years 
Ferrari, Porsche software supplier nabs Jonathan Rubinsztein.
CSC completes split, birth of $5.5bn public sector specialist 
Australian IT superpower born as CSC-UXC deal approved 
Joins Dimension Data in the billion-dollar club.
UXC chief to exit after blockbuster CSC buyout 
Head of one of Australia’s largest locally owned IT providers to retire.
How CSC-UXC could create a $1.4bn Aussie channel giant 
CSC to acquire UXC for $428 million 
Blockbuster deal for two channel firms with varying fortunes.
CSC Australia sales plunge $127 million 
Profit drops 44 percent in difficult year.
The eight most controversial companies of 2015 (so far) 
Eight of the biggest M&A rumours in IT 
Some of the largest rumours to hit the channel.
CSC Australia lures Google, Citrix, Telstra veteran home 
Equinix's Sam Johnston back from Europe to be new ANZ CTO.
Hewlett-Packard nearly bought CSC 
Would have been HP's biggest deal since Autonomy.
10 unanswered questions about the CSC split 
From leadership and exec retention to cloud and vendor relationships.
CSC chief: Oops, I missed the acceleration to cloud 
Mike Lawrie admits the split companies face a battle.
CSC split confirmed 
Will become separate commercial, government companies.
Computer Sciences to split into two companies 
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.