Podcast: IT at the Beijing Olympics - Interview with Atos Origin's Jeremy Hore

ComputerWeekly’s Warwick Ashford talks to Jeremy Hore, Atos Origin’s chief integrator for the Beijing Olympics IT programme, to find out how things went. Hore led Atos Origin's 400-strong team working on IT systems for the Beijing Olympics. The Atos Origin team was responsible for project management, architectural design, IT security, IT operations, and key software systems.

Planning was the key to a smooth and successful Beijing Olympics, says the leader of the team responsible for making it all work, together with eight other suppliers.

Jeremy Hore, Atos Origin’s chief integrator, led a 400-strong team that began planning the IT systems for the Beijing Olympics five years ago.

The Atos Origin team was responsible for project management, architectural design, IT security, IT operations, and key software systems.

ComputerWeekly’s Warwick Ashford spoke to Hore to find out how things went in Beijing, as Atos Origin looks forward to the London Olympic Games in 2012.

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This was last published in September 2008

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