Bridging the gap between technical and commercial – #CloudTalks with Verizon’s Martin Galea

In this episode of #CloudTalks, Compare the Cloud speaks with Martin Galea from Verizon about bridging the gap between technical and commercial.

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Every day, Verizon connect millions of people, companies and communities with powerful network technology. Not many companies get the chance to change the industry and the world through innovation. Verizon do.

Verizon aim to make a positive impact on society. From working to improve education and healthcare to evolving sustainable business practices, Verizon share their success with the community to make a world better place.

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