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  • Four ways your business must evolve to get ahead

    HP CEO Meg Whitman revealed what enterprise customers have been asking for—and how HP answers those needs—with these four transformation areas for winning in The New Style of Business.  Read more ...

    By DiscoverInsider, July 27, 2015
  • Infrastructure: Why the new IT is a lot like the (very) old IT

    The meaning of infrastructure has changed drastically over the years. Yet, ironically, the meaning of the term today isn't far removed from what would have been understood by an IT director from the 1950s.
    By: Ben Lovejoy  Read more ...

    By Insights_Guest, July 1, 2015
  • Get out of the water! Spielberg understands the CISO

    Recently in the secret CTO headquarters, the chief technologists were discussing how it feels to be in the shoes of a chief information security office (CISO) when the call comes in about a major data breach. How does it feel to be the leader at that moment?
    This made me think about the iconic 1975 movie, Jaws, especially the beach scene when Chief Brody, played by Roy Scheider, is sitting looking at a seemingly peaceful and typical seaside afternoon. As Spielberg toys with our expectations, there are a couple of frightening false alarms, and then the inevitable occurs.  Read more ...

    By HP_ES, August 12, 2015
  • Can Big Data deliver on its potential?

    Big Data comes with big opportunities and, quite often, big headaches. When 89 percent of respondents in a recent study by Accenture, say that companies that do not adopt a Big Data analytics strategy in the next year risk losing market share and momentum, there is not much time to waste.  Read more ...

    By JoeLeung, August 11, 2015
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