CA Levels The Playing Field
Jun01

CA Levels The Playing Field

SAN JOSE: CA Technologies has a storied past that began with the mainframe back in 1976, but it’s looking to reinvent itself as the architect of the ‘modern software factory’ which will make Digital Transformation a reality. It’s all about rapid — and frequent — change, levelling the playing field, and the keys include a focus on business agility, a high degree of automation and reducing time to market, all while securing...

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CA: Toolmaker For The DT Generation

SAN JOSE: CA Technologies has weathered tremendous changes since planting its mainframe roots in 1976, but as it starts its fiscal 2018, following a year of relatively flat sales and profits, the $4 billion software vendor is facing its greatest challenge… and opportunity. The challenge is transforming a company that is primarily based upon the legacy software business into a fast and agile contributor to the emerging Digital...

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The Apple and IBM Partnership: Missed Opportunity

IBM needed to and did communicate that they have a reliable infrastructure and business model backing up iOS. Although IBM did speak of 100+ new native iOS applications that will leverage big data and analytics, these applications will only begin to surface in the fall of 2014. It’s a shame that IBM didn’t spend more time addressing the framework now in place to support development of these applications or provide some commentary on...

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Threat Intelligence Lifecycle Maturation in the…

According to ESG research from 2012, 65% of enterprise organizations (i.e., more than 1,000 employees) used external threat intelligence as part of their information security analytics activities (note: I am an ESG employee). The two most popular threat intelligence types were related to vulnerabilities and malware (each is consumed by 63% of organizations that use external threat intelligence). Maybe it’s me, but threat intelligence...

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