The Financial Times has today announced the appointment of Alison FitzGerald as chief information officer, with overall responsibility for supporting the IT requirements of all Financial Times business divisions.
FitzGerald was head of development and service delivery at the Financial Times from 2008, where she established a track record of delivery on infrastructure projects including data centre migration, virtualisation and strengthening resilience of services.
Her IT career spans 18 years. Prior to joining the service delivery team at the Financial Times in 2006, she was a senior manager at Abbey where she held a variety of senior management roles spanning service management, governance and business continuity.
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