“Central IT must provide timely self-service access to platforms and applications to satisfy growing demand from software development teams and business unit customers, or risk being circumvented and subject to Shadow IT,” said Eric Pulier, VP and GM of CSC’s Cloud business unit in a press release. “By embracing a hybrid cloud model with the Agility Platform, central IT can provide a secure and compliant portfolio of self-service, on demand cloud services to satisfy end-user demand. It is a widespread enterprise mandate to deliver governed, secure and convenient IT-as-a-Service to the business while preserving cloud choice and vendor contestability in the future.”
Version 9.2 of CSC’s Agility Platform will allow for easier implementation of cloud-based systems within the workplace. Key features such as security controls, multi-cloud management, policy-based governance and DevOps-enabled application release help businesses to bolster connectivity and file-sharing capabilities while reducing costs.
Other functions of Version 9.2 include policy-based store customization, which helps IT managers tailor the product to the needs of the business, support for the OAuth 2.0 Authentication Standard, and modifications to the API and Cloud SDK to assist with third-party product integration.
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