This report highlights ten chosen industries and provides a complete, accurate and succinct guide to digital disruptions past, present and future.
CTO Dan Hushon talks about how to harness the hybrid cloud using a single point of control. Learn more at csc.com/harnessthecloud.
Yes, say authors Distinguished Engineer Jerry Overton, CSC, and DevOps guru Gene Kim. And not only that, but under the right conditions a DevOps transformation can create market disruptions. Read their research paper and run your own business simulations.
Distinguished Engineer Bob Donnelly discusses how systems are morphing from independent vertical stacks into shared horizontal services. Read on about the implications for data and other shared services, and benefits to the business.
Ryal Cox is an enterprise architect and strategist who understands business processes, their decomposition, and how to support them with technology. He designs complex solutions, from application to data to infrastructure.
Dr. Abigail Doolittle is a partner in CSC’s Big Data and Analytics practice. A results-oriented data scientist with 15 years as an analytics subject matter expert, she designs and executes data-driven business strategies.
Best of the Best
Achieving extraordinary results for our clients is what our Distinguished Architects, Distinguished Engineers and Awards for Technical Excellence winners do every day. Their expertise advances the state of the art for complex integration and next-generation technologies.
See our broad architectural excellence, leadership and technology integration.
See the breadth and depth of our top engineering talent.
Check out these extraordinary client projects. Innovation and results in action.
CSC and Open Source
Open technology innovation is a key pillar of our technology strategy. Open source technology stokes ingenuity and co-creation, enabling faster innovation and high-quality, robust software. Our open source program unlocks the value of the open source community for ourselves, clients and partners.
CSC’s Open Source Program helps the entire software community move forward faster.
Why use open source? It's about agility, speed, competitive advantage and more.
Check out our open source projects under the CSC organization.
Check out our open source projects at CSC Infochimps.
We examine the role of innovation in the marketplace both now and in the years to come. By studying technology’s current realities and anticipating its future shape, we give organizations insights balanced for tactical as well as strategic actions.
CTO Dan Hushon on Outside-In
These thought leadership pieces take a deep dive into the disruptive technology landscape, covering: Apps rEvolution, 3D Printing, Connected Consumer, Data rEvolution and the Future of Healthcare.
Check out a wealth of innovative ideas on cloud security, big data and climate, clinical decision support systems, smart payments and more.
Our technology leaders discuss tech trends, disruptions, our tech transformation and more.
Learn from the executive summaries, videos, self-assessments and blog posts of our Leading Edge Forum. The LEF, which coined the term "consumerization," examines the Next Practices at the intersection of business and information technology.
Leading Edge Forum
Leveraging Industry Trends and Next Practices
The LEF is a global research and thought leadership community dedicated to helping large organizations identify and adopt Next Practices at the growing intersection between business and information technology.
Through an annual membership program of research, events, onsite workshops and advisory services, we support CIOs and other senior digital business leaders in areas including strategy, organizational change, executive education, staff development and the future of the central IT function.
Learn more about the LEF.
There is plenty of talk today about digital technologies, digital disruptions and digital business models, but does everyone in your organization have the digital intelligence needed to cope with today's challenges and opportunities?
We hear all the time that the pace of technology innovation is accelerating, but the data argues otherwise.
Based on our practical BRM training and research, we have identified the top six outside-in skill requirements that IT organizations need to develop in their BRMs in order to be able to play.