By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
Cybersecurity: Does It Take More Than Being Vigilant? By Annabelle Baxter
HP Enterprise Services has announced it has expanded its Assured Identity solution capabilities with Equifax Anakam Identity Services that enable organizations with increased offerings for identity proofing and tokenless authentication.
Planning for a big data world… By Charlie Bess
A report just released by McKinsey, “Are you ready for the era of ‘big data’?” asks a few big questions to help people think about their business and the future in a world abundant with data and the analytics to make sense out of it.
Read a customer story about how HP Enterprise Services helped accelerate Detroit Media Partnership’s business through virtualization technologies and services. By working with HP, they created on-demand services, an unprecedented level of reliability and availability, as well as a smaller IT footprint.
As part of our HP’s EMEA Discover 2011 Vienna interview series, we detail Les Mara’s session - Finance & Administration in a seamless, connected, context aware world.
The Workday of the Future: 9 to 5 in the office RIP By Jim C. Cooper
Distinguished Technologist, Jim C. Cooper, gives a peek into the workplace of the future. Goodbye, 9 to 5 in a cubicle – hello, increased productivity and collaboration.
Complexity - the paradox of doing everything right By Arnie McKinnis
Complexity has crept up on us gradually and, with the ability to purchase “on demand” services, that complexity is compounded. However we got here, it’s clear the challenges we face today are not going away. If anything, they will continue to increase with a direct impact on business.
Gartner event shores up hybrid delivery reality By Bennett Bauer
At the recent Gartner Symposium ITxpo in Orlando, Florida, the turnout of IT professionals was tremendous, and in my estimation, the topic of the day was the idea of “hybrid delivery,” or the thoughtful blending of more traditional and newer as-a-service models in an IT environment. I like this topic very much, and was glad to see it front and center.
More on HP public cloud service beta By Charlie Bess
HP Fellow and Cloud Advisor, Charlie Bess, gives an update on the HP Public Cloud Service beta.
What Makes It Tick? An Inside Look at HP Enterprise Cloud Services By Judi Cardinal
We interview Jay Keyse about her upcoming HP Discover session – “What Makes It Tick? An Inside Look at HP Enterprise Cloud Services.”
I’ve blogged on imaging and printing security previously, but in light of the results from a recent survey by Government Technology magazine to their subscriber base, I think that the subject warrants further discussion.
HP’s internal efforts at in memory processing By Charlie Bess
A frustration related to the explosive growth of data in the enterprise is that it doesn’t do anyone any good unless you can process it. Organizations need to take advantage of all this data by applying techniques to computing on the data faster. One technique that has recently started to become more economical is in-memory computing.
Several events recently caught my attention. One of them was the announcement that HP was now cloud certified by SAP to build and deliver their products in the cloud and another more recent was the announcement of the joint effort by HP and SAP to deliver the first of many of the “RDS” or Rapid Deployment Solutions for SAP’s CRM product.
HP’s expert, Frank Wanger, will host an intense discussion of HP’s Mission Critical Services for SAP at SAP Sapphire Madrid. If you’ve ever thought about the mission criticality of your SAP landscapes but have questions I’d encourage you to attend.
Improve B2B Invoice Processing with Invoice Automation By Kimberly Davis
Most organizations recognize the productivity, visibility, and cost advantages of automating their supplier invoice process. Yet, relatively few enterprises have taken the opportunity to automate this key part of their supply chain process. The good news—advances in automated systems and service capabilities have overcome many of those difficulties.
Michael Donovan, U.S. Public Sector global technology consultant, HP Enterprise Services, was named “Rookie of the Year” at the 21st Annual Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia. To us at HP, this is pretty much the technology equivalent of a grand slam.
Saving the Life of a Client By Gigi Shamsy Raye
It's not every day in my marketing job that I get to actually tell the story of a co-worker who literally saved the life of a client. Yes, we can help make our clients speedier with our technology services. Yes, we can help their customers be more productive. But...save a life?