Peers joined global law firm Linklaters in May 2015 after spending nearly four years as CIO at consultancy giant Deloitte. His focus on driving business change through technology has included bolstering security to reassure clients that their sensitive data is being well protected, increasing mobility and fostering a culture of technological innovation in order to move away from the traditional reliance on paper towards more flexible digital processes that are more easily accessed by the customer.
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