John Borghard: CA Technologies’ Public Sector Business Eyes Cyber, DevOps, Agile in 2017

John Borghard

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 3, 2017 — John Borghard, senior vice president for public sector sales at CA Technologies (Nasdaq: CA), has said the company’s projects with government in 2017 will focus on the areas of cybersecurity, agile and DevOps.

He told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Tuesday that CA will work to leverage those priority areas as agencies turn to cloud in order to reduce costs and accelerate the deployment of solutions, as well as seek measures to protect data and applications.

“We have been talking about the application economy and how government is being ‘rewritten by software’ and we continue to stand with our customers with the future of enterprise software and the emergence of a new kind of organization built to change,” he added.

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