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The New Regime: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Leadership Announcement

Meg2.JPGEnterprise Services is looking forward to playing a strong strategic role in Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, which will be led by Meg Whitman (HP Inc. will be headed by Dion Weisler). As part of the process of the company’s transition into two, just yesterday, Meg announced her hand-picked leadership team.

Shell, Innovation in Healthcare, & the CIO’s Journey to the Boardroom: Top Articles from BVEx

One of the most prevalent issues for any enterprise right now? Addressing enterprise mobility and employee’s desires to use their own devices. At the same time, while that is a worthwhile concern, there’s nothing as important as innovation in healthcare.

 

We present our monthly round-up of top articles from the Business Value Exchange, featuring the CIO’s journey to the Boardroom, what Shell did about BYOD, and predictions for technology and health in 2015.

How do cyber criminals steal $60 million in just 60 seconds?

Email-2-642x301.jpgThe digitalization of our lives has radically changed the way we live and work. But it has also changed the way criminals perpetrate crimes. Let’s take a page from their playbook and disrupt their business model, says Andrzej Kawalec, Chief Technology Officer, HP Enterprise Security Services, in the latest issue of HP INFORM.

Enterprise Forward: 3 Years, 3 Things— What financial services sector executives need to know

silohette.jpgTechnology and innovative applications are raising the bar for the financial services sector, creating a new level of required service in order to attract and retain customers. Learn the three things Distinguished Technologist Daniel Biondi says executives of financial institutions need to know in order to remain competitive.  

The New Style of Entertainment: Innovation, Big Data, IoT and more

HP20140317934 smaller.jpgIn the thick of awards season, and on the eve of one most buzzed about film festivals, Sundance Film Festival, it’s apparent that entertainment has become more creative, interactive and tech-supported than ever. What’s more, consumer entertainment preferences have drastically changed.

 

Keeping up these trends comes with challenges. We take a look at some of the defining consumer Media and Entertainment (M&E) trends, while detailing how a leading M&E organization can respond.

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