All BT Global articles – Page 11

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    BT Global People Moves, August 2019


    Latest people movements include: Emma Bateson, Karen Gusterson, Stuart Lyle, Hannah Nichols, Dhawal Parekh, Daniel Symonds, Keith Goldman.

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    BT Group People Moves, August 2019


    Latest people movements include: Chris Brooke, Matthew Flood, Marc Foglino, Paul Hopes, Jonathan Reynolds, Gergo Safar, Nim Sanghera, Nick Speed, Dhawal Parekh.

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    BT Group management update: Q1 FY19-20


    Fewer positive indicators for the Group as competition weighs on Consumer, but signs that business-focused divisions are building momentum. Jansen already straining at the confines of existing BT strategy, and promises more aggressive stance in retail sectors. Allera’s more-for-more focus under pressure with fibre price-cuts, delays in bundling Sky ...

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    BT Global to connect 500 sites worldwide for Schindler


    New contract apparently omits some next-generation added-value services, but appears to offer opportunities for supporting cloud migration.

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    Strategy & Change

    Vodafone Group’s tentative interest in BT Global Services’ country units


    Vodafone continued to be linked with a play for country units being offloaded by rival BT Group.

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    Divisional breakdown: BT Consumer still doing the heavy lifting


    On a division-by-division basis, FY18-19 proved tough across the Group. Consumer again was the principal element of the business in which key financial metrics remain solely in the black. However, there are signs that trends are changing, and, while the headwinds that have beset Enterprise and Global Services may ...

  • Paris

    BT expands Cyber SOCs across globe


    European security capabilities enhanced, while Sydney upgrade helps support a ’follow-the-sun’ strategy.

  • BT Security
    Products & Services

    QiO signs for BT security services


    BT is following through with attempts to take its internal security expertise to external clients and partners. QiO to integrate BT solutions into its own industrial IoT platform services.

  • Partners

    Cloudreach and BT link for hybrid options


    BT will provide its cloud-native partner a way to provide services where physical control of critical applications is a priority, while Cloudreach may provide new opportunities for BT to deliver network and security services.

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    BT Global People Moves, May 2019


    Latest people movements include: Tim Cavill, Stephen Foster, Stefan Hischer, Ryan Jump, Joris van Oers, Bernadette Wightman, Chet Patel, Ashish Gupta, Kees Pronk, Stijn Raes, Tristan Morgan.

  • Contracts

    BT wins £5.1m NATO deal for support services


    While uncertainty remains over many of BT’s European government projects, a renewed contract with NATO demonstrates Global Services’ ongoing ability to support intergovernmental entities.