Interview with the BBC's Claire Hoxworth, Enterprise IT leader of the year

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Claire Hoxworth, Manager – Service Information & Support, Broadcast & Online Service Management at the BBC
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Claire Hoxworth, Manager – Service Information & Support, Broadcast & Online Service Management at the BBC

Computing speaks to Claire Hoxworth, Manager - Service Information & Support, Broadcast & Online Service Management at the BBC, about her win at the Women in IT Excellence Awards

The Women in IT Excellence Awards 2018 was enjoyed by over 600 of the UK foremost technology leaders, gatherer together to celebrate the many female success stories the UK has to offer. Computing has...

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