During the COVID-19 crisis, we will regularly be checking in with top industry bosses as they turn their bedrooms into boardrooms.
Our first Zoom In guest is Neil Murphy, who heads up Microsoft partner Bytes Technology Group. It last week unveiled plans to IPO.
The IT and telecoms industry have been designated critical industries during the pandemic, with resellers integral to efforts to supply video comms to the emergency services and remote workers, kitting out NHS Nightingale, and generally keep their customers up and running during this difficult time.
During our chat, we asked Murphy - whose firm counts NHS and public sector as its main vertical - to share how firms like Bytes are handling the added demand placed on them by critical customers over the past three weeks.
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