This was another sad moment in Nortel’s history, with its former senior managers, including one-time CEO Frank Dunn, charged by the RCMP for alleged accounting fraud. The company itself is not on trial here, which is easy to forget amid all the coverage.

It’s also difficult for Nortel in that these alleged crimes happened a couple of years ago, and its current management is trying desparately to move on. This clip is a good example of that. In an interview, the CIO of Nortel’s Asia operation, Eric Lauzon, takes us behind the scenes to discuss the way he and his team are trying to improve the way it runs its own IT infrastructure….

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