By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
Taking a stand about what's cloud by Charlie Bess
I was part of a discussion for the past couple of days about the shifting definition of cloud. It’s the consumer’s definition that matters for cloud and what they need from it, not any corporate entity.
Is technology-driven multitasking dumbing us down? Here’s the news that every parent of a teenager has probably suspected and every hard-working nine-to-fiver plus has dreaded.
Cloud, outsourcing and business value construction by Charlie Bess
Will it totally change outsourcing and its role as an IT market segment? Where will the data centers be housed for outsourcers in the future? Will cloud cause outsourcing to be more local or more global?
HP data centers unaffected by recent earthquake on U.S. East Coast by Ortega Pittman
The recent earthquake on the U.S. East Coast interrupted the daily business routine of a lot of people. But you simply have to avoid such interruptions in key business operations. Your success depends on it.
There’s a new Free application to help you interact with HP at industry and HP events, and provide you with features to collaborate, learn, and make connections. It’s called HP Connect.
Nadhan’s Top 5: Aspects of Managing The Big Kahuna Applity by E.G. Nadhan
In my intro article on Applications personalities, I had outlined the various “Applities” that we deal with when managing applications. In this series of posts, I am sharing my thoughts on the various aspects of managing each of these applities, starting with “The Big Kahuna”.
Top Ten Trends in Encryption, Certificates and Key Management – Part 2 by Paul Schwarzenberger
In Part 1 of this blog, I described Trends 1 – 5 in encryption, certificates and key management. Trends 6 – 10 are listed below.
Services Research - what's out there to investigate? by Charlie Bess
As the economy became ever more service oriented a topic came up the other day a couple of times in conversation. What are the hot research areas in the services space?
Your organization MUST have a mobile device strategy! by Cara Shockley
According to a recent poll by Courion, 69% of enterprises say employees are connecting personal mobile devices to the corporate network but more than one in five organizations does not have a policy in place to govern this use.