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BT appoints new technology, service, operations CEO

Tuesday 19 January 2016 | 11:17 CET | News
BT Group has announced the appointment of Howard Watson as the CEO of BT Technology, Service and Operations (BT TSO) and Group Chief Information Officer. Watson is currently BT Chief Architect and MD Global IT Platforms, and will replace Clive Selley, who is taking over as CEO of Openreach. BT TSO manages the company's internal and external platforms, including TV, Mobile and Conferencing, as well as BT's R&D unit at Adastral Park, Suffolk. BT TSO employs 12,000 staff and 8,000 contractors worldwide.

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Countries: United Kingdom / World
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