Arup CIO Stephen Potter on digital collaboration, virtual-reality CAD, drones and the Internet of Things

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When Stephen Potter became CIO at Arup, it already boasted a highly collaborative working culture. His challenge was to take it to the next level

When Stephen Potter arrived at global engineering and design consultancy Arup to become the company's group CIO, its IT department, in many respects, was stuck in neutral: Waterfall was the predomi...

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