Telstra’s two-year old partnership with Silicon Valley software start-up Pivotal is gathering pace with the telco saying it is focused on digitisation, and the technology that will help it deliver new customer experiences, “as well as shape the future of Australia”.
Cloud-based identity-as-a-service provider Okta says it has renewed its focus on solving cloud migration impediments and beefed up its offering to developers.
Perhaps more than any other IT company and possibly because of its diverse portfolio, CA Technologies is fond of big themes.
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