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Insentragram February 2016

Welcome to the first Insentragram of 2016 and a Happy New Year to you all (if it isn't too late to say that). Our intent is to make these monthly updates interesting, quick to read and easy to digest. We will be using this as one of our mediums for announcing new services and for more esoteric articles like the Microsoft one in this edition. In fact, this year you will see a lot more social media activity from Insentra with each of our practice leads and executives starting and maintaining their own blogs. We have some very smart and capable people in our team and this year each of them will be sharing more of their knowledge via blogs. Yup... I too am starting a blog … no fixed topic for me so that could be interesting.
We value your feedback and want to keep content current and relevant so please do take the time to provide some feedback on things you like or those you would like to see changing in future editions to Until then, happy reading!

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