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Fujitsu’s UK CEO says the company is continuing to bid for UK public sector contracts, but the share of its business coming from the public purse will continue to decline over the next few years. Duncan Tait said the firm had been rebalancing its UK business over the last two years to boost the amount of revenue it generates …

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Seeing as though I can't get Fujitsu fans...

to work with Fujitsu motherboards, motherboards they supply separately for industrial systems, I don't trust 'em any more. They've gone like Dell with proprietary ways of building things.

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The first rule of the black list...

.... YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT THE BLACK LIST

Blood amateurs.

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Blacklist

Certainly no formal blacklist, but do you think that UKGov would give them a contract following the Flex fiasco and the DWP contract screw up? It makes commercial sense to not suffer the costs of bids that are doomed to failure and focus efforts in attaining work from companies without a historical experience of poor service.

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DVLA

They are not exactly flavour of the month at DVLA, as they spend most of their time refusing to work with IBM.

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