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CSC inks cloud deal with Fred Hollows Foundation

CSC has inked a new cloud computing services contract with Australian-based non-profit international development organisation, the Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF). » zum Artikel

ServiceMesh deal augments CSC's overall cloud initiative: Ovum

CSC has continued its Cloud transformation with the acquisition of startup ServiceMeshAll on ServiceMesh for an undisclosed sum. » zum Artikel

CSC: The cloud's quiet whiz kid

When most people who track the industry think of the cloud computing market, big names like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google, Rackspace, Verizon Terremark and others come to mind. HP, Joyent, IBM and Dell even. But Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) » zum Artikel

AT&T and CSC team up to take on rivals in the cloud

Systems integrator CSC and service provider AT&T are combining forces in an effort to take on industry giants neither company would have been able to launch a formidable campaign against individually, and the union could foreshadow other partnerships of the like. » zum Artikel

CSC buys Infochimps to extend data analysis services

Continuing to build a portfolio to offer data analysis as a service, systems integrator CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation) has acquired PaaS (platform-as-a-service) startup Infochimps. » zum Artikel

CSC tells staff to train offshore workers after being made redundant

Staff that have recently been made redundant at Computer Science Corporation (CSC) are furious after being told that they will be responsible for training up the new offshored employees that will replace their jobs. » zum Artikel

What CSC Is Doing Right (and Wrong) In Its Turnaround Efforts

The Hewlett-Packardturnaround started around a decade ago and has been badlyhampered by a revolving door on the CEO office. Mark Hurd and LeoApotheker arguably made things worse, leaving current CEO MegWhitman a nasty mess to clean up. » zum Artikel

Are Rival Partnerships the Future of IT Outsourcing

Last week, HCL Technologies and CSC announced a new partnership in the application modernization space, targeting corporate IT customers who want to move their legacy applications to the cloud. » zum Artikel

Ohne Cloud-Strategie wird es teuer

IT-Strategietage: Ohne Cloud-Strategie wird es teuer (Foto: Foto Vogt)
IT-Strategietage: CSC-Manager Jim Houghton ist davon überzeugt, dass der Aufbau und das Management komplexer Cloud-Architekturen zur Kernaufgabe von CIOs wird. Er erklärte auf den IT-Strategietagen, wie die "Agility-Platform" ServiceMesh das Management, die Automatisierung und Integration von Cloud-Services und Enterprise-Applikationen erleichtert. » zum Artikel

Security is the top CIO concern going into 2014

Expanding the reach of IT security and protecting the organisation from cyber-security threats has become the primary challenge for CIOs and will remain so in 2014 a study of CIOs and peers by CSC has found. CIO UK discussed the findings of the CSC CIO Barometer report for 2013 with CIOs from the public sector, manufacturing, legal, banking, construction and pharmaceutical last week, all of whom ... » zum Artikel

MPs slam the NHS National Programme for IT as a £10bn "fiasco"

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have slammed the £9.8 billion NHS National Programme for IT (NPfIT) as "one of the worst and most expensive contracting fiascos in the history of the public sector". » zum Artikel

Allianz will Kosten sparen

Auslagerung von Rechenzentren: Der Versicherungskonzern Allianz will einen großen Teil seiner Datenverarbeitung an einen externen Dienstleister geben. Der Konzern verhandele mit den US-Unternehmen Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) und IBM. » zum Artikel

Allianz: Riesen-Outsourcing an IBM

Cloud in 3 Regionen: Allianz: Riesen-Outsourcing an IBM (Foto: Allianz)
Cloud in 3 Regionen: Die Allianz verschlankt ihre IT-Infrastruktur und reduziert die Zahl der Rechenzentren von 140 auf 6. Der Standort München hat mittelfristig keine Zukunft mehr. » zum Artikel
  • Werner Kurzlechner
    Werner Kurzlechner

    Werner Kurzlechner lebt als freier Journalist in Berlin. Schwerpunktmäßig kümmert er sich um die Themenfelder BI und IT-Projekte. Neben CIO war und ist der Wirtschaftshistoriker für CFOWorld sowie Fachmagazine und Tageszeitungen jenseits der IT-Welt tätig.


Offshoring helps to slash almost half of corporate IT jobs in Europe

Offshoring is helping to slash 770,000 IT jobs at large companies across Europe in a 15-year period, with the number expected to be even higher if the global economy does not improve. » zum Artikel

Pirate Bay co-founder will be extradited to Denmark

Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg will be extradited to Denmark on Wednesday, a Swedish public prosecutor confirmed Friday. » zum Artikel

UK outsourcing market to decline, opportunities for SMEs to grow

The UK Software and IT Services (SITS) market will grow 8 percent to £44.3 billion by 2016, but this will represent a decline of 5 percent in real terms since 2011, according to research from analyst TechMarketView.In its "UK Software Market: Trends and Forecasts" report TechMarketView determines that "despite the difficult market", there is a "golden opportunity for SMEs to snatch business from ... » zum Artikel

UBS outsources fixed income trading technology platforms

UBS has agreed two deals to outsource delivery of technology systems underpinning its fixed income trading platforms, in an attempt to cut costs across its business. » zum Artikel

Network Rail signs £65m desktop deal with Computacenter

Network Rail has signed a five year deal with Computacenter to "transition and transform" its desktop services. » zum Artikel

Pirate Bay co-founder's detainment extended by Danish court

Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg's detainment in Denmark has been extended by four weeks by the Court of Fredriksberg, a court spokeswoman said Thursday. » zum Artikel

Telstra and Motorola ink $457.3 million Queensland wireless deal

Telstra and its subcontractor Motorola, have been chosen to design, build, operate and maintain a new Queensland government wireless network (GWN) in a deal worth $457.3 million covering a 15-year period. » zum Artikel

Zurich: Terryn jetzt CEO Global Life

CITO übernimmt Aufgaben: Zurich: Terryn jetzt CEO Global Life (Foto: Zurich)
CITO übernimmt Aufgaben: Kristof Terryn steigt zum CEO Global Life bei der Zurich Insurance Group auf. Seine Aufgaben für Group Operations übernimmt interimsmäßig CITO Markus Nordlin. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Gartner: Amazon still public cloud leader by a long shot

Amazon Web Services remains the top IaaS public cloud computing provider, offering the widest breath of services of any vendor in the market, Gartner concluded in its annual Magic Quadrant report. » zum Artikel

CIOs and CMOs: Feuding in the C-Suite

An Accenture survey of 252 CIOs and 405 CMOs shows that, despite IT's years of work toward business alignment, it remains far removed from marketing. » zum Artikel

Die Hamburger IT-Strategietage in Bildern

Foto-Galerie: Die Hamburger IT-Strategietage in Bildern (Foto: Foto Vogt)
Foto-Galerie: Unsere Fotografen haben auf den 12. Hamburger IT-Strategietagen Referenten, Aussteller und Teilnehmer in Bildern eingefangen. Die besten Fotos finden Sie in unserer Galerie. » zum Artikel

EMC to lean on VMware for public cloud

In lieu of launching its own public cloud lineup, storage giant EMC has decided to resell the cloud products of its VMware subsidiary, Network World has learned. » zum Artikel

Swedish court OKs Pirate Bay co-founder Svartholm Warg's extradition to Denmark

The Swedish Nacka District Court has ruled that Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg may be extradited to Denmark to face hacking charges, the court confirmed Tuesday. » zum Artikel

Government to impose cyber-security 'baseline' on all suppliers, progress report reveals

The UK government plans to impose a "baseline" level of security competence on its suppliers through a new cyber-security standard that will eventually become mandatory for firms looking to win contracts. » zum Artikel

Microsoft Adds Service Provider Partners to Cloud OS Vision

For the past 18 months or so, Microsoft has been building on a vision it calls Cloud OS-a comprehensive, consistent cloud experience built on the backbone of Windows Server with Hyper-V, System Center and the Windows Azure Pack. » zum Artikel

Holiday security risks are in the real world too, not just online

The ubiquitous warnings about online shopping risks are well founded. As numerous experts are reminding consumers and businesses, the high season for shopping is also the high season for cybercrime. » zum Artikel

Die IT-Strategie bei Johnson Controls

CIO Raupach über das Projekt
CIO Raupach über das Projekt "Saturn": Volker Raupach, Vice President IT Europe bei Johnson Controls Automotive Seating, hat mit dem Projekt "Saturn" ein Prozess-Reengineering umgesetzt. Raupach ist zu Recht stolz auf dieses Projekt. » zum Artikel
  • Karin Quack


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CSC has inked a new cloud computing services contract with Australian-based non-profit international development organisation, the Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF).
Der IT-Service-Provider CSC steht unter Spionageverdacht. Klaus Plönzke, Gründer des IT-Beratungshauses Ploenzke, aus dem später CSC Deutschland hervorging, hält das im Gespräch mit der COMPUTERWOCHE für abwegig.
Der IT-Service-Provider CSC steht unter Spionageverdacht. Klaus Plönzke, Gründer des IT-Beratungshauses Ploenzke, aus dem später CSC Deutschland hervorging, hält das im Gespräch mit der CP-Schwesterpublikation Computerwoche für abwegig.