By Judi Cardinal, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
How much confidence do you have in your data protection strategy? By Stephen Spellicy
Join the Inaugural Autonomy/HP Information Management TweetChat on Data Protection on Wednesday, August 15th from 10-11am Pacific Time. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #DPChat
Applications that don’t make sense in the Cloud By Danny Amor
A lot of customers have bought into the cloud. They typically want to start with a technical proof of concept and with today’s technologies from HP like Cloud System Matrix and CSA, it’s easy to demonstrate technical feasibility. But just because something works from a technical perspective, doesn’t mean it makes good business sense.
Do you know how “exploration” is helping CIO’s understand Cloud Computing? By Ortega Pittman
Information Week Global CIO research highlights some ways CIO's are considering cloud computing. These highlights reinforce options you should consider as you learn more about cloud technology choices for your enterprise.
Cybersecurity “Progress & Best Practices” by Scott Sullivan
Al Kinney from HP’s U.S. Public Sector Cybersecurity team participated in a panel discussion showcasing the positive work being done and planned throughout the Federal Government Market. Check out the 4 video's from a past panel.
Is the title software engineer used too freely? By Charlie Bess
Why do IT professionals continue to use “Software Engineer” so loosely? Especially those who use software engineer in their title?
Does a cloud computing strategy need a spare tire? By Charlie Bess
I was reading a blog post the other day titled: Service Instability Underscores Serious Cloud Issues – and the Need for Better SLAs that focused on the unfortunate series of highly visible cloud outages recently. It asks the question “Are cloud providers doing enough to address the underlying issues and reassure enterprises?”
Good Vibrations?? By Charlie Bess
I had a chance today to present to an HP Workstation Advisory Council during Siggraph 2012. I talked about HP labs research and the likely implications of memristors to the content creation industry. There was also quite a bit of discussion about 4K or larger screen size, fan noise and which interface ports to drop off and which ones to add. One thing I was actually a bit surprised wasn’t brought up was haptics.
Answers to your Contact Center Implementation Questions By Kimberly Davis
You've spent thousands on a contact center assessment, bought in to the vision your vendor provided and your left with a laundry list of recommendations. Now what? HP Transformation specialists help you implement the recommended changes to optimize your contact center operations.
Webinar – Managing Human Information in a Big Data World by Kelly Kasher
HP and The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI) will present the fourth webinar in our five-part series on Big Data: Managing Human Information in a Big Data World. Please join us September 12 at 12 p.m. Central time.
What is your Future? By Lori Lewis
What if you could work with some of the most brilliant minds in the world to define what the future will look like in 2020? Would you suggest your most innovative ideas? Debate the pros and cons of how and where technology can make a difference? Be bold enough to not only dream of new possibilities, but help make them a reality?
Are Remanufactured Printer Supplies REALLY a bargain? By Cara Shockley
Gartner recently refreshed their report, “Saving Money on Remanufactured Printer Supplies Is Harder Than It Sounds” As part of the report’s key findings, Gartner recommends that IT managers and purchasing specialists evaluate their strategy when considering remanufactured printing supplies
A Positive View of how the Droids are Taking Our Jobs By Charlie Bess
Andrew McAfee recently made a presentation at a TEDx in Boston titled: Are the Droids Taking Our Jobs. Although the presentation starts out a downer, it shifts to show how the entire world will benefit, particularly those near the bottom - financially.
Enlightened view of IT by Charlie Bess
Mark McDonald over at Garter had a blog post titled: An IT Renaissance is the last thing we need. We need IT Enlightenment that got me thinking… In the post he states that:
“The Enlightenment was fundamentally about discovering the natural sciences and laying the foundation for modern society and science.
New tools to harvest value from computing abundance By Charlie Bess
In the past when I’ve talked about the abundance of capabilities in IT, I’ve been talking about traditional IT techniques. There are many disruptive influences out there that may cause greater shifts than we can image.
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