CA’s BTCS2.0: Change Is The New Normal
Jun07

CA’s BTCS2.0: Change Is The New Normal

SANTA CLARA, Calif.: Determined to be the leading toolmaker for the software-enabled, data-driven, digital transformation business phenomenon that is reshaping the world, CA Technologies held its second annual Built to Change Summit to update analysts and journalists on where it is, and where it wants to go. At last year’s BTCS the venerable software developer (1976) detailed how it was transitioning from a $4-billion legacy software...

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Cloud Computing Security Chaos Continues at RSA Conference 2018

My esteemed colleague, Doug Cahill, did a great job at the RSA Conference with a killer presentation on hybrid cloud security. Unfortunately, Doug’s presentation occurred on Thursday afternoon, when many conference attendees were catching flights home, packing up their booths, or recovering at a bar somewhere else in San Francisco. Despite the timing, about 150 souls showed up, but I’m guessing that Doug’s conference room would have...

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…Addressing the Hybrid Cloud Security Readiness Gap

Over the last few months, some established cybersecurity brands have made strategic moves while emerging market leaders have announced compelling capabilities and initiatives. This notable level of industry activity is indicative of an acceleration of market maturity driven by a cloud security readiness gap. That is, most IT and cybersecurity teams are catching up to secure the cloud services, applications, and infrastructure, their...

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Where Endpoint Management and Security Meet

Upgrade existing tools or net new platform investments? This is the question IT operations and information security teams are wrestling with as they attempt to secure an expanding perimeter driven by cloud, mobile, and IoT. Should companies maintain a traditional siloed tool approach or embrace a modern management approach that unifies management and security policies across users, devices, applications, networks, and data? The...

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning…

The traction over the last few years in the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) space is remarkable, and I’m not just talking about consumer-based products like self-driving cars, or virtual assistants like Google Assistant, Alexa, or Siri. While those products get the headlines, AI/ML is rapidly spreading across the enterprise IT space. I feel like I can’t go a day without a company mentioning AI or ML as part of...

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