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Top News in HP Enterprise Services this week

Now, more than ever, the executive offices need to collaborate with technologists. The CIO is involved in every aspect—from the workplace to the marketing center and throughout the customer experience.  In order to stay updated on what this means for your enterprise, take a look at the following articles posted this week.


Then start strategizing!


CIO Forum logo.pngWhat the industry is saying:

“Big Data, Mobile and the CXO – What Gives?”

Enterprise CIO Forum 

 It seems that Big Data is some elusive key to unlock strategic potential, and writer Ranjani Rao sets out to make sense of it—especially as it connects to mobile. In his words, “Mobile devices not only generate data, but also act as data delivery mechanisms.” He highlights the opportunity for CXOs to make more targeted business decisions for a positive bottom-line impact, and emphasizes that they must lead an “ … organization-wide revolution.”



Charlie Bess.pngWhat our thought leaders are saying:

“Information Revolution Impact Assessment in the Balance”

The Next Big Thing Blog

HP Fellow Charlie Bess responds to an article from The Futurist, “The Information Revolution’s Broken Promises.” Charlie shares his opinions on progress from the information revolution, and how it is impacting communication, education, and our society.





zdnet logo.pngWhat analysts and publications are saying:

“The Enterprise Technologies to Watch in 2014”


 Dion Hinchcliffe, IT expert and business strategist for next-generation enterprises, acknowledges the challenge, art, and science of adapting new technologies in an enterprise, but states the absolute need to do so in competitive industries.  His 2 x 2 table of incremental vs disruptive technologies, and strategic vs tactical implementation illustrates what “progress” vs “a revolution” might mean for your enterprise.



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