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Michael Conlin: DXC Pursuing Opportunities in Tech Development, Cloud-Native Platforms

Michael Conlin

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 2, 2018 — Michael Conlin, chief technologist for DXC Technology‘s U.S. public sector business, has said the company is eyeing opportunities across the full range of technology development while working to address its clients’ challenges associated with people and processes.

He told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Dec. 22 that as the IT industry moves into its next phase, cloud-native platforms represent a significant opportunity for improving the productivity of an entire organization, not just the IT function. From the perspective of an organization’s IT department, cloud-native platforms eliminate ‘digital debt’ in a single stroke.

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