G4S CIO: Moving to cloud doesn't mean you get rid of your IT department

Stuart Sumner
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G4S CIO: Moving to cloud doesn't mean you get rid of your IT department

'The idea that you don't need tech skills once you move to cloud is a fallacy,' says CIO, explaining that G4S has around 1,000 ideas for new technology projects for 2017

Moving applications and services into the cloud does not mean a reduced need for the corporate IT department, according to Nick Folkes, CIO of security firm G4S. Speaking to Computing recently, Folkes...

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