Lawrence has 20+ years of experience working within businesses (12 years from his own consultancy) in the field of information technology. He has consulted with multi-national organisations, where he has helped deliver many solutions using best practice methodologies, multiple technologies and integrating with other systems. His experience includes Web, security, mobile, middleware, databases, back-office and legacy systems.
Lawrence is a friendly and outgoing person who believes that the success of projects and businesses is defined by the happiness and effectiveness of its people. He has worked with many teams, helped them work together more effectively and has managed and mentored all levels of staff to greater productivity in software development activities.
Articles by Lawrence Yarham
Only a few years ago "green IT" was the buzzword du jour. So, what happened to it? Have companies given it up or have they just changed...
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