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Top News in HP Enterprise Services this week: March 7-14

Now more than ever the executive offices need to collaborate with technologists. CIOs are involved in every aspect of the business—from workplace automation to the marketing center, and throughout the customer experience. Stay up-to-date on what this means for your enterprise by taking a look at the following articles posted this week.

Then start strategizing!


CIO Forum logo.pngWhat the industry is saying:

"Data brokers: A Black Eye for Big Data"

Enterprise CIO Forum

Long time award-winning journalist, blogger and editor John Dodge goes toe-to-toe with a key issue: “We have advocated that CIOs exploit Big Data possibilities and still do, but they have to navigate the ethical boundaries.” He continues on to expose the difficulties of navigating Big Data’s “ethical minefield.” Data Brokers are making a bad name for Big Data by capturing personal data without the consumer’s knowledge and reselling it to the highest bidder. And data breaches, privacy, and security continue to be a top concern for every enterprise’s leadership team—not just the CIO!


SaaS model.jpgWhat our thought leaders are saying:

"SaaS Adoption: Look before you leap "

HP Application Services Blog

Speed, agility and lower costs are essential to the New Style of IT. It is facilitated, amongst other things, by the quick implementation and operational use of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. Vilas Prabhu, Enterprise Architect shares the importance of noting different kinds of systems in use within enterprises. For example, click here to see which characteristics a system must have to be an early adopter of the SaaS model.


Forrester Logo.jpgWhat analysts and publications are saying:

"Winning in the Age of the Customer" 

Forrester Research

Age of the Customer: “A 20-year business cycle in which the most successful enterprises will reinvent themselves to systematically understand and serve increasingly powerful customers.” Forrester highlights the call for CIOs and CMOs to join forces. In order to “win,” they highlight four different market imperatives: transform the customer experience, embrace the mobile mind shift, become a digital disruptor and turn Big Data into business insight.   



Finally, a bonus video and post from Mobility Expert Richard Arthur:

Digesting Mobile World Congress 2014: Six Key Themes and Two Future Scenarios


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