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Our latest press releases

Proact Board makes decision on buyback of own shares

The Board of Directors at Proact IT Group AB ("Proact") has made a decision to initiate the buyback of its own shares within the scope of the authorisation concerning the acquisition of own shares, amounting…

Proact awarded G-Cloud iii Government framework status

Proact are pleased to announce that we have been successfully included in G-Cloud iii – the third procurement round for applications to join the Government’s exclusive G-Cloud framework. Designed to streamline the procurement process and…

Proact announce the release of Probox for Education

Proact, Europe’s leading storage integrator and Cloud enabler are proud to announce the release of Probox for Education, our on-premise (or hosted) Cloud file-sharing service designed specifically for the education sector. With years of experience…

Proact IT Group AB sells subsidiary of Proact IT UK Ltd.

Proact has sold its holding in Exquip Network Services Ltd (“Exquip”). Exquip operated as a subsidiary of the UK arm of Proact under the trading name of Olympic Support, a third-party hardware maintenance provider of…

Martin Ödman new CEO for Proact IT Group

As of today, the 13th of November 2012, Mr. Martin Ödman will take over the responsibility as CEO for Proact IT Group. Presently, Martin Ödman holds the position as Business Unit Director for the Proact…

Proact introduces Probox

New cloud solution makes it possible to share files securely and easily on any device

Not tackling IT problems

  Oslo: More than one in three Norwegian companies would spend a lot of time getting up and running again if important IT systems were to fail.