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Troubled hardware giant Compaq is to hold a press conference Tuesday next spelling out how it will re-organise its enterprise division. There has been conflict between Digital and Compaq sales teams, which we reported earlier this year. The press conference will be hosted by Enrico Pesatori, a senior VP at the rejigged Compaq, at 10 a.m. New York Time. Michael Capellas, the new CEO of Compaq, said on his appointment that things needed changing in the enterprise division. Europe, in particular, has seen several major accounts suffering attrition from Compaq competitors. ®

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