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By | John Oates 5th June 2006 11:56

Unipalm changes name

Computerlinks conquers all

Security distie Unipalm is changing its name to Computerlinks to align itself with the group it joined in 2000.

Computerlinks marketing manager Mark Elsworth said: "This name change is a natural progression as we have been a key part of Computerlinks since we joined the group in 2000."

He said the company's training arm is already called Computerlinks Training.

Customers are assured of the same approach and service in spite of the name change.

Unipalm is the last part of the group to change its name. ®

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