An evangelist in the truest sense: an interview with Salvation Army CIO Martyn Croft

Peter Gothard
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An evangelist in the truest sense: an interview with Salvation Army CIO Martyn Croft

Croft explains why he's put his faith in thin clients, e-learning and BYOD, but remains agnostic when it comes to big data

"The story went: 'Martyn's provided a bit of wire that's just going to come round the corner of the door'. And everyone went, 'Brilliant!'," Martyn Croft, CIO of the Salvation Army recounts. "And then,...

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