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Proact Storage Barometer: Almost half of the authorities and listed companies in Sweden allow their staff to keep private images and files in their IT systems. More than a quarter of these organisations reckon that…
The net turnover for the Proact group during the fiscal year 2008 was approximately 1,040 million SEK, which is an increase with 20 percent compared with corresponding period 2007.
Carsten Egeberg has been appointed to MD for Proact in Denmark.
Archive and storage specialists Proact have supplied a VMware-based server platform to Cinnober Financial Technology. This will allow Cinnober to carry out functional testing on its IT-based stock exchange systems on a virtual platform.
Storage and archiving specialist Proact is making inroads into the Baltic States and recently commenced operations in Estonia. Five members of staff have been recruited, and already the new office has been awarded a number…
Continuing improvement in results
Archive and storage specialists Proact have supplied a new storage platform to the Swedish National Defence College. Staff and students can now restore lost data with ease on their own, and at the same time…
Continued growth with increasing profitability
Two Lithuanian enterprises installed electronic TV archive and implemented computer-assisted TV production and broadcasting system in Kazakhstan national TV and radio company RTRK Kazakhstan. It was the RTRK Kazakhstan initiative to call Lithuanian enterprises to…
The Storage and archiving specialist Proact will start up a subsidiary in Estonia during the summer of 2008.
The National Property Board, SFV, has invested in a new archive platform in order to maintain control over the organisation’s huge information volumes and reduce its storage and backup costs. This platform has been supplied…