Displaying articles for: 04-01-2012 - 04-07-2012
By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
- The widespread adoption of mobile devices is reshaping the printer market
- Data Center Consolidation is a “never ending story”…
- Tiny gratings reflect the possibility of significant new technical applications
- Data is a girl’s best friend?- an executive view
- Outsourcing Direct-to-Customer Interaction Activities Made Easier
- Webinar - EIM Competency: A Foundation for Success in the World of Big Data
- Innovation and a CIO strategy event in Dallas
- For Communications industry expertise, that "one size fits all" t-shirt isn't gonna fit!
- Privacy and Consent in the realm of healthcare
I’ve seen lots of speculation around the impact that smart mobile devices will have on the PC marketplace. Some predict the demise of the PC in favor of tablets. Others say no way. There hasn’t been as much discussion around the impact of mobile devices on printing behavior and the implications so I was pleased the other day to find a very insightful report from Quocirca titled, The mobile print enterprise. How IT consumerisation is driving anytime, anywhere printing.
HP Enterprise Services today celebrated the expansion of the HP Fulfillment and Logistics Center located in Des Moines, Iowa, allowing retail, e-commerce and entertainment clients to more easily outsource their direct-to-customer interaction activities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held with Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad. Find out how the expansion will help make direct-to-customer interaction activities easier for HP clients.
One-size-does-not-fit-all! HP Enterprise Services has just introduced its first industry-focused e-zine, Industry Edge, and it's packed with Communications Industry-focused articles by top thought-leaders and industry experts.
By Frank Din, DMD, Medical Informaticist and Arusha Brathwaite, Healthcare Business Analyst
A visit summary left on a chair. A president’s medical record being seen by unauthorized people. These are just two examples of the compelling need for privacy and consent. We will take a look at some of the issues surrounding this topic.