When under operational pressure, your IT (and the performance of those who manage it) should be even more dependable, secure and effective than usual.
When the Army asked us to develop a deployed version of DII(C) for deployment in the Middle East, we visited potential users in the field, modified the systems for their needs and had the first installation up and running a few weeks later. The process is now known as D6W – Designed, Installed and Working in 6 weeks.
When the Navy needed a battle-strength IT infrastructure for their submarines, mine hunters and aircraft carriers, we designed the systems, developed the laptops, desktops and rack servers, and installed them - wherever the ships happened to be – from Portsmouth to Singapore.
When installing a new infrastructure for IMATT in Sierra Leone, 3 days were lost converting a toilet to a server room, enlarging the door and fixing an inadequate power supply! The job was completed on time however – by working through the night.
Conditions in Germany, Italy and Spain are somewhat better, of course, but the Eurofighter Typhoon project is still a demanding IT deployment. We developed, installed and look after the infrastructures for both Ground and Mission Support.
ujitsu-supported military IT infrastructures are in Africa, Middle East, Singapore, Europe, Ireland, Falklands, Canada and the USA.
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