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Joe Kremer, Dell's veep and managing director for Australia and New Zealand, has called it a day.

Kremer will leave the building in July, to be replaced by Angela Fox.

Fox currently leads Dell's services outfit in the Asia Pacific and Japan, having previously served in senior roles in the company's enterprise solutions business across the region.

Kremer said he's quite because he's tired of travelling and wants to spend more time with his family. He plans to remain in Australia, having just acquired a house here.

Both Fox and Kremer said nothing should change at Dell: large customers will continue to be listened to attentively, partners will continue to be assisted and Dell will continue its attempts to grow its software and services offerings. The company's client-to-server-and-most-things-in-between position will continue to be pushed front and centre.

Adobe, meanwhile, has named current Australian leader Paul Robson its President for Asia Pacific.

Robson will succeed Craig Tegel, but will continue to be based in Sydney and adopt a half-man half-Boeing lifestyle to stamp his authority on the region. ®

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