Computer Associates is keen to forget its problems of the last couple of years and prove to customers that its software is relevant to the next wave of computing.
The company has been dogged by investigations into its accounting, and chief executive Sanjay Kumar stepped down last month to become chief software architect.
His replacement, interim chief executive Kenneth Cron, will have to prove that CA can put the past behind it. The company insists that its management software is key to the development of on-demand computing, and is also opening its arms to open source.
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