- Bryan Lunduke
Growing up on Long Island, Computer Associates was the local big dog in technology. Founder Charles Wang owned the Islanders hockey team - he was a legendary success, our own Long Island version of Bill Gates. He built Computer Associates by constantly acquiring companies and adding them to the revenue mix. Through all of the ups and downs of the company, including its change from Computer Associates to CA, one constant was its acquisition strategy. People used to joke that CA stood for "constantly acquiring." But now that seems to have given way to a new philosophy that is turning CA into an innovation factory.
CA has chosen specific areas that they are placing their bets on. These areas are around security, mobility and DevOps. Rather
than buying technology and solutions in these areas, as they have done in the past, they are instead developing and innovating
with the considerable resources they already have in house. As a result, we are seeing high-quality solutions being developed
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