News : CSC and IBM Expand Strategic Alliance
Tysons, VA & Armonk, NY, USA, July 19, 2016 -- CSC (NYSE: CSC) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced a collaboration in which IBM will provide its Cloud Managed Services for z Systems -- IBM Cloud for z -- and associated mainframe hardware, software, monitoring and governance support to CSC clients who are moving to the cloud and want a more secure, scalable, flexible information technology infrastructure at reduced operational costs.
"Many clients are looking for ways to make historically fixed cost more variable to migrate from legacy platforms to modernized applications and to a cloud enabled infrastructure," said Stephen Hilton, CSC’s executive vice president & general manager, Global Infrastructure Services. "As a solution independent integrator, CSC is uniquely positioned to leverage transformative services like the IBM Cloud for z to benefit our clients. This new cloud-based service expands our cloud offering and is a natural evolution of our long-standing alliance with IBM. We are very excited to be providing our clients greater choice and capital flexibility when transforming legacy computing to a cloud-like service, and delighted that our close partnership with IBM has enabled us to bring this transformative offering to market."
"IBM's ability to bring its world-class strengths in customer service and information technology operations will enable CSC to maximize mainframe efficiencies now and in the future via the IBM Cloud for z," said Philip Guido, GM of IBM Services in North America. "IBM's leadership in next-generation cloud, security, big data, management processes and support aligns with CSC’s objectives of leading client digital transformation needs and providing long-term solutions to meet their ever-evolving requirements."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Monday, July 25, 2016