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Insource is a Houston-based information technology services provider. The company was started in 1992 by Compaq Computer Corporation founders Rod Canion and Jim Harris, who had the goal of implementing the best solutions possible for our clients – solutions built to withstand the test of time. Over 20 years later, that’s still our goal.

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Kerv, a next-generation ‘customer-first, cloud-first’ managed services provider has launched in the UK today, created to help mid-market customers achieve successful business outcomes in a new digital era. Leading mid-market private equity house, LDC, has provided funding to enable the £30 million merger of three highly complementary, cloud-based managed services businesses to form Kerv: DoubleEdge Professional Services (UC, voice, data, mobility and compliance);...

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