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Ry Crozier has worked in the technology sector for close to a decade, both as a journalist and as a technical specialist at several public relations firms.

Crozier joined iTNews as a journalist in July 2008 after a stint at Australia’s largest technology public relations firm Howorth, where he worked primarily as a technology specialist on the Microsoft Australia account, specialising in the server and Office product lines.

Prior to his stint at Howorth, Crozier spent several years at Lewis PR working on a range of enterprise hardware and software accounts including Cognos and Honeywell.

Crozier was previously a journalist with Electronics News for over four years.



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Latest resources firm to create alliance.
 
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Shared IT, digital visions fall apart.
 
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Optus to handle NBN satellite operations 
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Multi-year deal secured.
 
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Do recent price cuts render new powers redundant?
 
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Jan 31, 2014 | Comment Now 
Government refuses to chip in for project.
 
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The 'other' digital dividend.
 
Hackett brings social equity focus to NBN Co 
Jan 29, 2014 | Comment Now 
Urges community benefit outlook.
 
ACMA denies shaping push for mobile internet 
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Sticks with TCP code initiatives.
 
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