- Global PR Manager
Atos, an international IT services company, today announced that it has been awarded a seven-year IT outsourcing contract by PostNord, which was created following the merger of the Danish and Swedish postal organisations. PostNord has selected Atos as its IT Partner to support it in implementing a strong service model to expand its market share and reduce costs.
Hundreds of Atos business technologists achieve personal bests to deliver the most digitally enabled Games in history
The Olympic Games at London 2012 have come to an end, but with the Paralympic Games beginning on the 29th of August, there is no time to rest.
At the ‘Ascent at London 2012’ thought leadership event series, Atos’ clients were fortunate to hear from Jacques Rogge, the President of the IOC, as he gave them a unique insight into the scale and complexity of London 2012.
One of the most interesting aspects of the IT risk management for the Olympic Games is that the Identity, Security and Risk Management solutions that Atos delivers at London 2012 use the same processes that enterprises every day around the world.
At London 2012, Atos is providing innovation in its data management techniques like never before. London 2012 is set to be the most connected Games yet with 30% more data processed than in Beijing to meet the growing demand for news as it happens.
The role of Atos in last night’s 100m Men’s Olympic sprint final was to ensure the world’s broadcasters, media, news agencies and websites received the information in a fraction of a second.
London 2012 is the most technologically advanced Olympic Games in history, with dramatic changes in the way the Games will be broadcast and viewed. Tonight, the men's 100m gold will be won in less than 10 seconds, but the time will be relayed to the world’s media 30 times faster in only 0.3 seconds.
Atos is on hand to capture the London 2012 super Saturday by managing the group of systems that deliver real-time results to the Olympic family and live media content to 80,000 outlets.
Futurologists debate the future of technology in Sport in the launch of ascent at London 2012: a vision for sport and technology.
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