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Global law firm improves datacentres with outsourcing deal

Antony Savvas

Global law firm Linklaters has signed a worldwide IT services contract with Unisys to improve the performance of its datacentres.

Unisys will take responsibility for the support and maintenance of Linklaters’ global datacentre and office server, printer and storage infrastructure.

Unisys will also look after the firm’s UK desktops, laptops and mobile devices. Linklaters’ datacentres are spread across the US, UK and Hong Kong.

Unisys will work across 23 of the countries in which Linklaters operates, and will provide a full service offering to Linklaters staff at the London head office.

Simon Gilhooly, technical systems manager at Linklaters, said, “This relationship provides us with a worldwide resource on which all our staff can draw, as we continue to build and expand our global operations.”

Services will be provided both on the ground and through a remote network of Unisys staff and partners.

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