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Enterprise unleashed in the New Style of IT

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Enterprise unleashed in the New Style of IT

 

The following is a summarized excerpt from the premiere issue of Enterprise Forward. In this article, on the ways the enterprise has evolved with the rise of IT, HP Fellows Dan Gonos, Mateen Greenway, Steve McNicholas, and René Aerdts discuss how to thrive in the new business landscape.

 

06_LIBRARY_CONFERENCE_686_RT.jpgTo be successful in the modern IT landscape, enterprises must refocus their IT emphasis from technology to users. Technology is no longer a mystical force—it’s a power that drives growth.

 

Within the New Style of IT, people are at the center. They must be empowered to do their jobs with the tools they want to use, and in a manner that’s flexible and evolving. Each and every customer must be engaged with a “market of one” approach. And value streams from Big Data, cloud computing, and predictive analytics must be captured, analyzed, and then leveraged for performance and growth.

 

To thrive in the New Style of IT, enterprises must focus on five unique variables: customer experience, citizen engagement, employee empowerment, acquisitions & divestitures, and IT-enabled transformation. Today, IT is no longer just a business enabler. In the New Style of IT, it’s a critical part of the business.

 

Read the complete article here: Enterprise unleashed: The rise of IT

 

To learn more about the ways enterprises are innovating in the New Style of IT, visit Enterprise Forward. And please join us for more discussion in the HP Enterprise Forward LinkedIn Group.

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