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We are delighted that the Atos CIO Blog has been nominated in the CIO/IT Director Blog category of the Computer Weekly UK annual blog of the year awards. Of course we would love to be successful in being recognized as a provider of thought leadership and insight to our readership. if you enjoy the content we provide and feel it worthy of recognition to please consider voting at the above link.

One of the principles of the blog is to provide genuinely objective insight into major topics of the day and to avoid overt self promotion of Atos as an organization.  We aspire to connect Atos thought leaders with our readers on a personal basis and provide occasionally provocative insight that may not always quite meet the “company line”.  However, on this occasion we allow ourselves a little latitude! 

http://www.computerweekly.com/feature/Social-Media-Awards-2011-Vote-now


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Guy Lidbetter

With more than 25 years experience in the IT industry, Guy is responsible for setting Technical and Innovation Strategy across the IT infrastructure stack for Atos Global Managed Services, increasingly to cloud based as well as traditionally outsourced IT services. Previously, Guy has held numerous technical and management positions in Sema Group, SchlumbergerSema and Atos Origin. Guy is also a founder member of the Atos Scientific Community, having been Track Leader for Context Aware Computing and now Chairman of the editorial board for the latest Scientific Community research - Journey 2016.Married for 21 years, Guy has a son, of 18 and twin daughters of 16. He has a passion for sport, in particular Chelsea Football Club, baseball’s Atlanta Braves, rugby union, cricket and golf. He also plays football and golf and more leisurely pursuits include photography, reading, music and attempting cryptic crosswords with varying success.

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