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We have produced a series of video case studies, interviews, podcasts and news flashes to tell you about the latest innovations in our IT services and solutions. Use the dropdown menus below to search the video collection.
Many of our videos are now available on YouTube.
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Legrand provides access to the basic energy of electricity, it is the global specialist in products and systems for electrical installations and information networks in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
The Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q702 is the perfect choice for mobile professionals looking for high-performance without compromising on versatility.
Fujitsu’s TP-X II 500 Series point-of-sale (POS) controller family is designed for retailers that require powerful performance, flexibility and connectivity in a more environmentally sustainable retailing platform.
The new Fujitsu TeamPoS 7000 is a state-of-the-art point-of-sale solution for retailers who require flexibility, advanced performance, energy efficiency, reliability and maximum ROI to create a world-class shopping environment.
Watch Paul Blantern the Chief Executive of Northamptonshire County Council talk about local government and Fujitsu
Fujitsu has been working with the public sector for over 40 years, and has recently created new models to make IT accessible and affordable for local authorities.
Coming from an international background, Diego Bonaparte feels right at home as a Fujitsu Channel Director in Dubai – working with customers from many different cultures with many ways of doing business.
Today he’s a Global Delivery Executive at Fujitsu, based in the UK, but as a teenager David Ibbotson played cricket at the world-famous Oval stadium. Take a look at this video to see how this taught him the value of teamwork, the need to focus and keep evolving his approach.
Fujitsu uses Lean to improve the efficiency of the provision of IT services, and of internal processes such as marketing. Watch the video to find out more.
Driven by a need for a more flexible and lower cost desktop computing environment to meet changing business demands, a growing number of organisations are embracing virtual desktop services.
40 years ago, Fujitsu (then ICL) invoiced its first successful IT project to the British MOD. Today, we’re one of the UK Defence Industry’s biggest IT partners.
The Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q550 with Intel® inside is the new Windows® 7 Professional tablet PC with enterprise-class security that's ready to meet the demands of your mobile business.
Duncan Tait, CEO, UK and Ireland for Fujitsu, outlines the ways in which Cloud Computing is changing the way IT is delivered, and affording organisations of all sizes the opportunity to move more rapidly, regardless of their size or sector. Fujitsu’s $1bn investment in Cloud solutions means Fujitsu has a comprehensive portfolio of cloud services; the most complete picture in the industry.
Uptime Institute recently awarded Operational Sustainability Gold Certification to Fujitsu's London North Data Centre. Fujitsu's London North Data Centre provides managed data center services to major corporations in Financial Services, Utilities, Service Companies, and Government. Gold Certification signifies that Fujitsu operates this facility to a world-class level. This video outlines Fujitsu's achievements and provides a video tour of its facility.
Fujitsu has over five years’ experience of delivering Cloud solutions, and a complete end-end portfolio, which Fujitsu combines with a collaborative approach to delivery to support customers on their Cloud journey.
Watch this video and learn about the key benefits of cloud computing, the value to your business and how Fujitsu can help you achieve your goals.
This month Fujitsu is celebrating its 75 year anniversary – a milestone very few other global IT companies have reached. Fujitsu, which is today the largest Japanese employer in the UK and Ireland (11,500 employees), has been a fundamental part of some of the IT industry's most notable breakthroughs and innovations – from the early days of telephone switching in the 1930s; the mainframe and parallel computing generation of the 1970s, to more recent inventions such as palm vein authentication and the world's first 3D PC. In this video, Global Fujitsu chief technology officer (CTO) Marc Silvester makes some predictions about the next 75 years.
Fujitsu’s Desktop Managed Service brings you all the benefits of a higher quality, reliable desktop service at a single low cost per user, per month.
Infrastructure as a Service is the corner stone in Fujitsu’s cloud services. IaaS provides the flexibility and cost effectiveness much anticipated by business and crucially delivers the security, resilience and performance required for live business systems hosting. Watch the video below to learn more.
Dr Mark Dorgan gives insight and opinion about the future challenges in the retail sector and delivering the customer experience.
Supporting over 1 million desktops in the UK & Ireland and touching the lives of 99% of people in the UK everyday Fujitsu showcases it's strengths in Desktop Managed Services.
Reshaping ICT, Reshaping Business: find out how Fujitsu touch the lives of millions of people every day
The Multi-lingual Service Desk in Lisbon
Fujitsu: innovation in the retail sector
A lean approach to delivering application services coupled with appropriate resourcing can help enterprises survive and sustain in trying times and be fit and ready for expansion when economic conditions improve.
Fujitsu consistently invests in innovation, spending $2bn a year in global research and development alone. Japanese consumers can take out cash using fingerprint scanning technology. ‘La Caixa’ customers in Spain can tailor ATM screens to their specific requirements (e.g. deciding layout and options) and even purchase football tickets! We have developed innovative ways of contracting, too. Our ‘service integrator’ model allows us to use best-of-breed partners on major deals and, if required, change the partner portfolio, based on their performance.