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Wednesday March 28th
Heading into work this arvo, light duties and urgent onsites only. Glen is still taking all the calls until I can wrap my head around it all again.
I do apologise that I put my customers in this position - I should have put safeguards in place prior (it has be a couple of months of unexpected changes)
- Emmie is rapidly coming on board to help us fix this asap.
If you see me, please excuse my rough appearance!
Thanks again for all the understanding.
Jarred ... See MoreSee Less
Friday March 23rd
Apologies for not being available and thanks for everyone's patience.
I have been very unwell and in hospital over the last week (still in here). Hoping to get back to work on Monday (fingers crossed).
Also big thanks to our tech mates who have assisted our customers for us and Glen for (as always) going above and beyond.
See you all soon.
Jarred ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday February 8th
Jason Smith has left Apex Computers, to pursue a new career
- please forward support requests to Glen or Jarred.
Jason's mobile is still active, but will be unavailable for IT matters. ... See MoreSee Less
Friday December 22nd
We are all taking a holiday from 23rd December until 1st January (back at work on the 2nd Tuesday)
Jarred is available for urgent matters on 0413226834 ... See MoreSee Less
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