Prolinx leaves NSSA framework, saying it has lost relevance

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But university consortium organising it disagrees, claiming support for server and storage framework has grown

Public sector reseller Prolinx has walked away from the National Server and Storage Agreement (NSSA), arguing that the framework had become less important in the eyes of its higher and further education...

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