The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (AEA), has pioneered the development of civil nuclear energy in the United Kingdom.
Harwell was the site of the UK’s first nuclear reactor. Harwell was also a centre of early fusion research in the 1950s. Britain’s original large-scale experimental device, ZETA, was housed in one of the RAF hangars at this site.
ComputerWeekly.com has been given exclusive access. In this video Cliff Saran speak to Chris Broad, Head of Information Systems and Technology at the Atomic Energy Authority to talk about his decision to migrate from a Novell desktop infrastructure to Windows and the Active Directory.
See also: audio-only podcast of this interview; news story 'UK Atomic Energy Authority switches to Active Directory'.