CA has been giving it large in Las Vegas this week, highlighting the strength of its current portfolio and touting its vision of the future.
The firm unveiled three new products that take it squarely into the software-as-a-service market, and has talked up a number of unified service management products.
And if organisations are in any doubt how to solve their IT headaches, it's all down to increased automation and better IT/business alignment, according to the firm.
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and IT/business alignment key to solving IT headaches
CA World delegates advised on technologies that can help address current CIO concerns
unifies service management products
New releases combine separate management capabilities into unified offerings
enters software-as-a-service market
Three new products unveiled at CA World 08
bullish about the future
Chief executive John Swainson's keynote focuses on existing portfolio
looks to the future of IT
Vendor outlines plans at CA World 08 for emerging tech in energy and healthcare
outlines priorities for IT investment in recession
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