David Hornsby

David Hornsby

David Hornsby is a London-based independent ITC consultant and commercial director at Safeserve.com.

For 12 years he was owner and operations director of Class Telecommunications before moving on in March 2010.

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VC echoes the vision of DC

David Hornsby looks at the latest generation of video communications systems and how they resonate with David Cameron’s Big Society.

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