By Alison Watterson , Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
5 Ways to Celebrate labor Day in Today’s BYOD World by E.G. Nadhan
HP Blogger Nancy Lichtle commented on a recent post of mine about BYOD and added a new acronym -- POYD -- Power Off your device. She calls out the need to recharge our personal batteries when we are on vacation. Lichtle’s observation brings it home for me as Labor Day approaches in some parts of the world.
New enhanced capabilities for Enterprise NAS services by Rick LaCoume
Enhanced capabilities have been made to our current managed Enterprise Network Attached Storage package (NAS) to meet your needs. We have been diligently working to improve your reliability and reduce your storage environment costs through global delivery and world-class best practices, and our Enterprise NAS enhanced capabilities.
What are the real drivers of Big Data architectural decisions for your organization? Are they the right drivers?
HP Expands Presence in El Paso, Texas with New Applications Delivery Centerby Annabelle Baxter
HP Enterprise Services expanded its presence in El Paso, Texas with the opening of its new HP Applications Delivery Center.
GS1 reduces time to recall contaminated food with cloud computingby Alison Watterson
In 2008 the food and grocery industries asked GS1 to help make the food recall process more efficient. Working with HP, GS1 implemented a cloud-based system to help speed to the process. Watch the video to learn more.
Cloud automation and improvisation by Charlie Bess
I had a long conversation yesterday at VMWorld with Greg Murray of VMWare. Naturally Greg is deeply interested in virtualization and cloud and we started to talk about where cloud computing is headed and what kind of conversations should be happening within IT organizations.
Mobility will Define your Brandby Bryan Coapstick
The modern world is becoming increasingly mobile. As a result, it’s creating large, connected communities of consumers with unlimited opportunities to not only network, but to leverage this network to their advantage.
Just like we monitor our vital signs at predetermined intervals, hospitals must also ensure that the enabling IT infrastructure is continuously enabled and effective to deliver on the service level expectations of its customers.
Mobile Cloud – more than just a bump in the road. By Vijay Seetharaman
It’s only natural that cloud and mobility, two emerging paradigms that make pervasive computing possible, combine to offer capabilities that are already changing the way we do business and interact with each other.
Introducing the 2nd Edition of BPO Edge - the CRM Edition by Kimberly Davis
BPO Edge is an electronic magazine filled with articles, videos and other great information from the HP Enterprise Services BPO team. This next edition is focused on CRM.
Yesterday, I sat in on a Big Data session at VMWorld and was a bit surprised at how timid their vision of big data's future is. Their four layer model of Big Data was based on Analytics, Data Modeling, Predictive Analytics and a Recommendation engine. I believe that on top of that stack lies an automation engine.
The Converged Desktop Utilizing Cloud by Craig Breakspere
A friend of mine was working from his phone one day and asked me, “Wouldn’t it be nice to have my desktop on my phone?” I thought about that for a minute and agreed with him. Yeah, it would be nice to leave work on the office PC and later open your phone or tablet and continue working.
Being effective at Agile Development - Nadhan's Top 5 steps by E.G. Nadhan
In a ComputerWorld article, Brian Bloom refers to a survey by Voke Inc that found companies do not understand the costs of rework and cannot identify clear benefits of going agile. This is very typical of enterprises that tend to jump on a bandwagon without ensuring appropriate measurement mechanisms are in place to track and maximize the returns from such ventures. Agile development is no different.
Those of you who have seen the integration solutions evolve to service oriented paradigms will remember the tangled wire-mesh of point-to-point solutions that preceded this paradigm. We should take a lesson from history to ensure that this time around, we prevent undue proliferation of point-to-point solutions across the extended enterprise.
Mobilize the dots to realize the Big Picture in Healthcare by E.G. Nadhan
Remember those pictures in comic books where you would have a collection of dots with numbers and you would connect the right dots in sequence -- this is what I am reminded of when I read the article Mobility and its ecosystem, the keys to delivering personalized healthcare in the HP Industry Edge, Health & Life Sciences edition.
Reduce contact center operating costs by Kimberly Davis
Is your contact center contributing to increased customer satisfaction levels? Do you know what your customers think of the services you deliver? Are you using staff efficiently in your contact center? To minimize waste, manage contact center services around the efficiency and effectiveness of each customer interaction.