BDP signs £1m managed network deal with Carillion

Architecture and engineering company BDP has signed a £1.1 million deal for Carillion IT Services to supply a fully managed network service for 1,200 users.

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Architecture and engineering company BDP has signed a £1.1 million deal for Carillion IT Services to supply a fully managed network service.

Under the three year agreement, Carillion will manage and remotely monitor BDP’s wide area network, to securely link its eleven studios located across the UK and Ireland, including London, Glasgow, Dublin and its Manchester head office.

Helen Pizzie, IT operations manager at BDP, said, “The proposed solution from Carillion IT Services is capable of supporting our users throughout the UK and Ireland and meets both our current and future networking needs, whilst providing us with the ability to employ new technologies when required.”

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