CSC announces Trusted Cloud roadmap and go-to-market strategy

DQC Bureau
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announced a solutions roadmap and

go-to-market strategy for its Trusted Cloud Services. Highlights of

the roadmap include, CloudLab, a virtual development and testing

environment, CloudExchange, a mail and collaboration solution, and

CSC Gateway, an e-commerce web store and portal, which simplifies

online purchasing and provides self-managed administration and

reporting for cloud and hosting clients. CSC has also unveiled seven

new cloud-enabled data centers located in the US, UK, Luxembourg and


The roadmap details service options for

mail, collaboration, security and virtual development and testing as

software, platform and infrastructure as-a-service. The go-to-market

strategy is focused on ensuring customer success and providing an

easy way for companies to do business with CSC. CSC's Trusted Cloud

solutions deliver a unique customer experience that includes CSC's

trademark security and compliance assurance, customer-centric service

level agreements (SLAs) and the requisite integrity, accountability

and innovation.

The foundation of the go-to-market
strategy is the CSC Business First Approach, which evaluates

enterprise business processes and identifies the ideal workloads that

will generate the greatest ROI from cloud services.

“The Trusted Cloud Services roadmap
and Business First Approach enables CSC to help transform existing

business processes and enable innovation with unprecedented levels of

speed and business impact. Because of CSC's heritage, we are the

only partner that is able to provide a lifecycle of services to

enable any enterprise to achieve the financial benefits of cloud

solutions,” said Siki Giunta, VP-Cloud Computing and Software

Services, CSC.

In addition to CloudLab and
CloudExchange, more solutions are planned for the summer including a

virtual desktop, a security solution for mail and web and other

software and platform as-a-service solutions.

Together, the roadmap and go-to-market
approach reflect how CSC plans to provide essential capabilities for

organizations looking for ways to quickly respond to changing

business requirements, while optimizing resources and increasing


“Enterprises need the scale,
expertise and understanding of business process transformation to

help their businesses make the most of their cloud strategy,” said

Frank Gens, Senior VP and Chief Analyst, IDC. “CSC has made

investments to offer differentiated cloud services. The announcement

of the Trusted Cloud Services roadmap, new products and Business

First Approach, helps to demonstrate CSC's commitment of playing a

prominent role in the cloud services business, as well as helping

enterprises to understand what should be in their cloud strategy,”

he further added.