Case study

London City Airport – Accelerated transformation to manage rapid growth

London City Airport’s (LCY) transformation of IT processes, people and technology was achieved with the expertise and assistance of Telstra Purple, under the overall direction of Alison FitzGerald, LCY’s newly-appointed CIO.

The joint Telstra Purple and LCY team comprised multi-disciplinary group with responsibilities including business case development, technical architecture, service management, business continuity, security, RFP management and supplier selection, with executive sponsorship and direct involvement at Telstra Purple and LCY board level.

The programme involved closure of existing onsite data centres, the transition of core applications and services into managed co-location and a full refresh of the LAN.

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