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AT&T, CSC to Jointly Develop Enterprise Cloud Tech; Mike Lawrie, Andy Geisse Comment

Cloud AT&T (NYSE: T) and Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) have partnered to develop technologies that are intended to help global enterprises move to virtual cloud computing environments.

The seven-year alliance combines CSC’s BizCloud and other cloud, consulting and applications services with AT&T’s network and infrastructure platform, the companies said Tuesday.

Mike Lawrie, CSC president and CEO, said the agreement works to promote the company’s cloud portfolio with products that aim to modernize AT&T clients’ applications.

AT&T will be responsible for managing CSC’s internal network and its managed network services portfolio with commercial clients under the partnership.

“This agreement gives companies a new path to innovation, ” said Andy Geisse, CEO for AT&T’s business solutions segment, who added the companies aim to combine AT&T’s global network and cloud infrastructure platform and CSC’s consulting services.

 

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