XP death sparks revenue boom at Computacenter UK

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London-listed outfit logs blistering 27 per cent growth in local product sales in Q1

Computacenter's UK product business is growing like it's the 1990s all over again as the death of Windows XP prompted corporate customers to open their wallets. According to a Q1 trading stateme...

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