Scott Kane SVP, database management modeling for CA's Enterprise Systems Management Business
A circuitous route has led Scott Kane back to his '80s roots as an original founder of database and software provider Platinum Technology, which was sold to Computer Associates in 1999 for $3.5 billion. Today, Kane serves CA as senior vice president of database management modeling for CA's enterprise systems management business, a role he assumed just last year. "I had gone in a different direction, but with CA's new investment in the database/mainframe business, they asked if I would come back and run that, and I agreed." In a career spanning the technical to the operational and now to the business side, Kane has perspective on CA's overall strategy, which he discussed with DM Review editorial director Jim Ericson.
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