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A positive journey to the Cloud at HP Discover

discover13_LithiumCommunities_banner_205x150.pngMaintaining optimism. That’s the easiest part of any transformation journey to the Cloud. At HP Discover in Barcelona, a positive focus on that journey won’t waver. With several sessions devoted to Cloud and numerous announcements about HP offerings, the entire second day of the conference will be devoted to the Cloud and how enterprise businesses are making successful transformation journeys as part of the New Style of IT. 

The workplace of the future at HP Discover 2013

discover13_LithiumCommunities_banner_205x150.pngAccording to recent research, IT no longer sees 50 percent of the workforce using three or more devices for work. As we embrace the New Style of IT, consolidation of devices will be critical. In fact, IT has become “consumerized” to the point where 4.5 billion personal client devices will be on the network in 2015 and 70 percent of CIOs cited mobile technologies as the most disruptive.


Analysts are predicting that the days of work/life balance are over, as organizations strive to keep up with an always on/always productive workforce. At HP Discover 2013, in Barcelona you’ll find a breakout session devoted to new solutions that enable the successful blending of work and life. 

The 5 R’s of transformation to cloud and SOA platforms

By Amita Jadhav

Master Business Consultant

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With the acceleration and adoption of cloud and service-oriented architecture (SOA) platforms, you face more complex and pressing integration challenges. Current-generation integrations may require planning for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, cloud-based web services, mobility services, enterprise social media capabilities, and more.


As cloud continues to emerge, there are clear and compelling reasons to take a more formal approach to applications integration and transformation. Certainly, the benefits of cloud-based capabilities are increasingly well known.

New Style of IT: How to Mine M&A Success


By: Dan Gonos, Chief Technologist, Global Healthcare and Life Sciences, Applications and Business Services, HP Enterprise Services, and HP Fellow


For all the compelling potential of mergers and acquisitions, the process is risky. Deciding what stays, what goes, what gets integrated is only the beginning. What’s the biggest mistake enterprise leaders make when undertaking a merger or acquisition? Find out how to overcome that and mine M&A success in the New Style of IT.  

The race to big data value- Part 1


By Dragan Rakovich, Chief Technologist – IM&A

& Ed Silva, Integrated Information Solutions Practice leader, HP Enterprise Services


Today’s enterprises must be data driven with the goal of utilizing the capabilities of Big Data to remain streamlined, profitable, and competitive.

HP Discover Session: Accelerate your path to Big Data value

code.jpgLooking to uncover business value and insight with your Big Data sets in the short term? Attend this session to learn how HP Big Data Discovery Experience Services will help you identify and explore Big Data analytics and insights to drive innovation and growth now—not later. Visit HP Discover in Barcelona December 10-12, 2013.


Building hospitality brand loyalty through IM&A

HPB20242_Hospitality_Cover-309x400_noblack.pngLike many other industries, the hospitality industry is dealing with increases in the volume, velocity, variety, and value of gathered data. There’s simply too much information in too many places for companies to make educated  decisions as quickly as possible. Hospitality businesses participate in a variety of social media portals, capture customer data from numerous sources, and offer their products through a variety of distribution channels. The challenge, however, is in developing a multichannel integration platform that can transform this data into insights that help hospitality vendors run their businesses more effectively.


For a better understanding of the Big Data challenges in the Hospitality industry, we sat down with Bruce Moore, Application Services Executive, U.S. Consumer and Transportation Industry of HP Enterprise Services. Here’s what he had to say.

Improving Oil & Gas Analysis Results with High Performance Computing

The need to decrease the analysis time required for analyzing Oil & Gas reserves while improving drilling and production outcomes is increasingly sought by the O&G industry.  High Performance Computing provides an ability to quickly process and analyze terabytes of information, helping Oil & Gas firms improve decision making and differentiate themselves by focusing on reserve types they can excel at.    

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