Digital Transformation

CA CTO: becoming a software company requires balance

In the era of ‘Digital Transformation’, we’re repeatedly told two mantras: Software is eating the world, and every company is now a software company.

Unsurprisingly for a company that specialises in software development, CA Technologies is a big proponent of the idea. The company’s CTO, Otto Berkes, has even written a book about it. But he takes this concept further.

He says that companies should look to become “Modern Software Factories”; where not only are companies developing their own software, but doing so in a way that makes use of all the most up to date practices and tools around DevOps, Automation, Continuous Delivery, and security.


Mastering your software transformation

CA recently released a study, Don’t Let an Outdated Software Strategy Hold You Back, designed to explore how far along companies are on this journey towards every becoming a software company.

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Dan Swinhoe

Dan is a journalist at CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

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