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CA World 2010 Returns to Las Vegas

MGM Mirage to showcase how integrated IT management helps to reduce complexity and enhance the guest experience

CA announced that CA World 2010 will be held May 16-20, 2010 at the MGM Mirage's Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"CA World 2010 is a unique opportunity for our customers to exchange ideas, discuss product development plans and new initiatives and to spend time with colleagues from around the world," said Marianne Budnik, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at CA. "CA customers rely on IT for business success and they look to CA's deep expertise and broad portfolio to help them manage their on-premise, virtualized and cloud computing environments."

At this year's event, CA will present a thought-provoking program which includes exclusive keynote addresses, a dynamic Partner Symposium as well as new customer forums, demonstrations, content-rich education classes and a showcase of SaaS-delivered IT services for infrastructure management, security and project & portfolio management. Budnik continued, "At CA World 2010, we'll share our latest thinking and cutting-edge technology in exciting presentations, lively round-table discussions and candid conversations with our valued customers

In addition, many of CA's solutions are playing a pivotal role in ensuring MGM Mirage meets its goals of providing an unsurpassed experience for every one of its guests.

"MGM Mirage is always looking for new ways to enhance the guest experience -- whether it is in a restaurant, casino, show venue, lounge or hotel," said Tim Frawley, vice president and chief technology officer at MGM Mirage. "The guest experience at MGM Mirage's properties is highly dependent on the company's IT infrastructure, and every one of our resorts relies on IT for its day-to-day operations -- from the reception desk and the kitchen to the casino floor and back office

For more information about how CA's virtualization management solutions help customers maximize their investment in cloud environments, please visit http://www.ca.com/virtualization.

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