Interview: Microsoft national technology officer Mark Ferrar on public sector IT

Martin Courtney
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Implementing shared cloud services across the public sector may take longer than expected

Mark Ferrar took over as Microsoft's UK national technology officer (NTO) in October 2010, having spent the previous six years advising the National Health Service on how to make the best of Microsoft...

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