By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog content for this past week:
How Unified Communications can help you manage the growth in telecommuting by Alison Watterson
Forrester Research predicts that by 2016, 43% of the US workforce will work from home, for a total of 63 million workers. This increase in telecommuting for the US workforce will raise some interesting implications for companies.
Looks like I’ll be at VMworld the end of the month by Charlie Bess
HP is planning to have a presence at VMWorld in Las Vegas this month and assuming everything goes well, I’ll be there – somewhere near Booth #301 – along with some of the other cloud advisors.
Application Transformation to the Cloud – four modernization alternatives by Alison Watterson
I sat down with Tom Hall, Global Product Marketing Manager for Cloud Application Services. We discussed how to assess which applications should be transformed to the cloud, and four alternatives for application transformation.
Innovation processes and an innovation discussion in Dallas by Charlie Bess
I was asked by the Dallas SIM chapter if I could provide a presentation related to innovation. The presentation was titled: Innovation - Driven by Conflict.
Capture a clear view and a new level of understanding into your portfolio with a quantitative approach to analyzing and comparing your applications.
Gartner’s view of the IT organization of the future by Charlie Bess
Enterprise Architecture strongly influences Applications Development, yet very often one tends to lose sight of the foundational elements of a sound Enterprise Architecture while being immersed in the context-specific details of an Application Development project.