Computer Sciences Corporation provides information technology (IT) and professional services and solutions worldwide. The company’s clients include commercial enterprises and the U.S. federal government, as well as state, local, and non-U.S. government agencies. It serves approximately 2,500 clients in approximately 70 countries. The company has operations throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company has a global alliance with AT&T to merge the company’s cloud infrastructure, specialized consulting and applications expertise with AT&T’s network and cloud infrastructure platform to help global businesses move to the cloud. Its strategic partnership with HCL Technologies aims to create an applications modernization delivery network. Segments The company's segments include Global Business Services (GBS), Global Infrastructure Services (GIS), and North American Public Sector (NPS). GBS This segment provides technology solutions, including consulting, applications services, and software, which address major business requirements within the customer’s industry. This segment has three primary growth engines, such as applications services; consulting services; and industry aligned next-generation software and solutions. Applications Services optimize and modernize clients' business and technical environments, enabling clients to capitalize on emerging services, such as cloud, mobility, and big data within new commercial models, such as the ‘as a Service’ and digital economies. The consulting business helps organizations innovate, transform, and create sustainable competitive advantage through a combination of industry, business process, technology, systems integration, and change management expertise. The industry software and solutions unit’s vertically-aligned software solutions and process-based intellectual property power mission-critical transaction engines in insurance, banking, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, and a host of industries. Changing business issues, such as globalization, fast-developing economies, government regulation, and improving concerns around risk, security, and compliance drive demand for these GBS offerings. GIS This segment provides managed and virtual desktop solutions, unified communications and collaboration services, data center management, cyber security, compute, and managed storage solutions to commercial clients worldwide. This segment also delivers the company’s next-generation cloud offerings, including infrastructure as a service, private cloud solutions, CloudMail, and storage as a service. To provide clients with differentiated offerings, this segment maintains various primary alliance partners to make investments in developing offerings and go-to market strategies. NPS This segment delivers IT, mission, and operations-related services to the Department of Defense, civil agencies of the U.S. federal government, and other foreign, state, and local government agencies. Demand for this segment’s offerings are driven by evolving government priorities, such as migration to next-generation IT solutions, which include hybrid cloud infrastructure, application modernization and orchestration; mission intelligence driven by big data solutions; health IT and informatics; and cyber security. Acquisitions In November 2013, the company acquired ServiceMesh Inc., a privately-held enterprise cloud services management company, with operations in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. ServiceMesh Inc. is a component of the company's GIS segment. In August 2013, the company acquired Infochimps, Inc., a privately-held company. The acquisition complements the company’s existing big data business by providing a platform-as-a-service offering, and is associated to the company's GBS segment. In 2013, the company acquired 42Six Solutions, LLC, a software development company specializing in providing analytics and applications software products and services for the U.S. government intelligence community and the Department of Defense. This acquisition is related to the company's NPS segment. Divestures In July 2013, the company completed the sale of its base operations, aviation and ranges services business unit, Applied Technology Division within its NPS segment. In 2013, the company completed the divestiture of its U.S. based credit services business. In 2013, the company divested its Australian IT staffing business unit, Paxus. Strategy The company’s strategy is to become a leader in next-generation IT services, which include applications modernization, cloud infrastructure, cyber security, big data, and mobility. Significant Events In August 2014, Computer Sciences Corporation, or CSC, and IBM Corporation have announced an expansion of their existing alliance to reportedly improve clients' adoption of hybrid cloud, mobile and big data. In October 2014, Computer Sciences Corporation and VMware, Inc. have extended their collaboration by announcing plans for a web scale OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform built on VMware's software-defined data center solutions. History Computer Sciences Corporation was founded in 1959.
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