By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
Is it Possible to Deploy Applications in a Scalable and Affordable Manner? By Annabelle Baxter
“Cloud delivery models are becoming a top priority for clients due to their quick deployments, cost-effectiveness and overall flexibility. In collaboration with SAP, HP is empowering clients to dramatically increase the availability and speed of business information via the cloud, paving a flexible path toward future growth.” - Eric Clark, vice president, Enterprise Application Services, HP Enterprise Services
Future planning article By Charlie Bess
Charlie Bess shares his perspective on a Business Insider post entitled “14 Companies and Initiatives That Are Planning Furthest into the Future."
The desktop and help desk outsourcing markets continue to transform. HP is one of many providers taking advantage of this opportunity by tailoring its current Help Desk and Desktop Outsourcing offerings towards contemporary market requirements and to establish and maintain itself as a market leader in the field.
Business service levels are the next logical step in an application outsourcing relationship. Why? Because aligning IT with the business is easy to say, but difficult to do since the business and IT measure success very differently.
If I had a cloud long enough I could move the world By Charlie Bess
Kfir Godrich wrote a post earlier this month asking “How Green is the Cloud World?” Kfir discussed the effect of cloud on an organization’s environmental impact. Which reminded me of a few posts I’d done in the past…
Cloud Computing Perspectives: Nadhan’s Top 5 By E.G. Nadhan
Cloud Computing is one of the most commonly used terms in the IT industry today implying different things to different people. What it means really depends on who you are. Here are my top 5 perspectives on the cloud…
In today’s tough and increasingly competitive business environment, how an organization manages customer relationships can a crucial factor in its success—or even its survival. Consumers and business-to-business customers now expect more diverse and convenient ways to connect.
A recent HP article discussed the existing social network infrastructure that is available and whether it has any enterprise applications that we’re not taking advantage. Charlie Bess gives his two cents.
Lead your organization with a mobile printing strategy By Cara Shockley
Does your organization have a strategy for supporting mobile devices? Does it address secure printing solutions? If not, there are two solutions you should be aware of.
Why partner with an applications services provider? By John Bennett
We had three customers recently agree to make statements in the press. These included US Airways, The Polish Agriculture Restructuring and Modernization Agency, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. We also named some other recent clients who decided to partner with us.