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Enterprise Forward: The new style of business

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The new style of business                       

 

The following is a summarized excerpt from the premiere issue of Enterprise Forward. In this article on the Next Big Thing, HP Fellow and Chief Technologist Charlie Bess debates the intersection of the New Style of IT and the new style of business. It’s not just about providing insight but rather enabling action so that an enterprise can take advantage of the abundance of technology, and inject information right at decision points.

 

The future can be summed up in three words: More with more. More devices with more capability. More productivity with more systems of action. More engagement with more IT-enabled business differentiation. To thrive, the enterprise must embrace disruption, be nimble, and mobilize technology to generate opportunity and value.

 

It’s a new style of business, one where what you stop doing is just as important as what you start. New enterprise technologies and services will shift to delivering new and heightened levels of business value. This new style of business offers greater opportunity, allowing those who embrace it the chance to excel. More opportunity with more competitive edge.

 

Read the complete article: The Next Big Thing: The new style of business.

 

To learn more about the future of enterprise IT, visit Enterprise Forward. See Charlie Bess and Goran Strangmark talk about the new style of business value in this short video from HP Discover. And please join us for more discussion around innovation as a differentiator in the HP Enterprise Forward LinkedIn Group.

 

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