The Department for Work and Pensions has terminated a contract with Fujitsu to manage its desktop computers and replace its PCs with thin clients.
The six-year deal, agreed in 2010, was for Fujitsu to manage 140,000 desktops for the department's entire workforce and develop a thin-client system.
Under the deal, Fujitsu was to provide the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) with thin-client machines to replace its desktop PCs, a move Fujitsu said would generate tens of millions of pounds in savings on energy costs.
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