Learn more about some of the highlights among Volvo IT activities during 2011
Learn more about Volvo IT’s work with competence management and competence development.
During 2012, almost 10,000 PCs will be exchanged at companies, councils and schools in Stockholm, as the first 24 months subscriptions will be renewed.
In order to increase computational capacity, Volvo IT has successfully installed new servers for the Volvo Group at several locations.
Next stop for the Volvo Ocean Race is in Sanya, China. Read the short report from Frank Wang, our chinese IT-team member, that just arrived to the port.
Volvo IT is expanding in China and a national competition among IT students helped attract top-talent university students. Three of them will now join the mission as Volvo IT crew members at the next Volvo Ocean race stop in Sanya, China. They will soon show if they have what it takes to work with IT at the extreme.
In order to create an attractive workplace, the Volvo IT solution units (SU) have been working on improving and clarifying the career paths of their business consultants.
With careful planning, good communication and solid teamwork, the project of upgrading the Oracle database for the AT Server application was a success.
Olle Högblom, 50, has been appointed President of Volvo IT. Olle Högblom is currently Senior Vice President Infrastructure & Operations at Volvo IT in Gothenburg, Sweden. The appointment is effective immediately.
Congratulations to Volvo IT’s, Trenda Johnson, who has won the Volvo Ocean Race Facebook challenge from the Volvo IT crew in Abu Dhabi.