Video: Claranet's Michel Robert

The UK managing director of Claranet discusses how the slowdown has affected businesses.

Michel Robert, MD of Claranet UK

In the first part of this two-part Q&A, Michel Robert, managing director of Claranet in the UK talks about how companies are actually doing better business with suppliers as a result of the economic slowdown.

That benefit has come about due to businesses looking to partner with the right people and ensure flexibility, as well as scalability, with their technology and service choices to help drive their organistion forward.

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Indeed, according to Robert, we're now craving technology in business more than ever before.

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