CIO interview: How Balfour Beatty will rationalise servers and applications in £50m deal with Fujitsu

Sooraj Shah
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Construction giant hopes to slash number of servers in half and cut thousands of applications

Global construction company Balfour Beatty has selected Fujitsu to aid a five-year IT rationalisation project worth between £40m and £50m to the technology company. The project is part of a wider programme...

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