By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
While I am all for having a standard for cloud service providers, the criteria applied must be specific to the cloud computing environment. Here are the top 5 criteria that I believe come closer to crystallizing the cloud service provider standard.
3 compelling business reasons for going mobile by Gary White
For some enterprises the reasons for going mobile may not be clear cut. For me, there are only three business reasons to go mobile.
With deeper insight into the strategic and tactical levels of your portfolio you can answer critical application-related questions.
Finding all that you need in one place is what can make a buyers experience very special and satisfying. We all want simple, easy to access, and just what you need all in one place.
Success story of SOA – Nadhan’s Top 5 secrets by E.G. Nadhan
The SOA market in North America is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5% through 2014, the report states. These figures are quite contrary to rumblings I have heard in the recent past about SOA being dead.
One picture says it all: Enabling enterprise mobility infographic by Nancy Lichtle
One picture says it all! Mobility is here to stay and it’s not as hard as you think. We’ve captured the major steps to enable it in your enterprise. Get started now.
You need an enterprise mobility platform to address key market-shifting challenges faced by Enterprise IT today, says, Yugan Sikri, WW Product Manager, Enterprise Mobility Platform, HP in this video from HP Discover 2012 conference.
I’m frequently asked “What’s the best first step?” when clients want to build a plan to bring their applications to the cloud. It’s a tricky question to answer because it depends on their starting point or how advanced their organization is regarding apps readiness for the cloud.
Highlights from the IDC MFP MarketScape 2012 report by Cara Shockley
In light of the latest IDC MFP MarketScape report, I think it’s worthwhile to share some highlights on the latest reviews of the devices, MFP’s, which are central to a successful MPS deployment.
Standards and the cloud lifecycle by Charlie Bess
Standards in the cloud space have been a long time coming and is one of the game changers for future adoption. The hope is that they will help reduce the risk of vendor and product lock-in, improve interoperability and allow innovation to be focused on service differentiators instead of commodity features.