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The Future Inside the Innovation Room

Innovation Room.jpgWhere does innovation begin? It can start with a comment, brainstorm session and maybe even a new process or system. But innovation can also begin in a dimly lit room in Plano, Texas. Read on to discover why this new, state-of-the-art multi-media space at The Experience is garnering attention and awards.

What it takes to be a mobility leader

Coapstick.jpgBy Bryan Coapstick

Director, Mobile Innovation, HP


While all mobile devices are good at collecting and disseminating information, the best mobile experience occurs when you factor in the users, their context, and the devices they’ve got in their hands. People’s expectations around their mobile experience have never been higher: It is time to put the “you” back in “user.”


That is why, with the growing number of providers in the mobile apps services market, enterprises are finding it more and more difficult to select one to support their mobile applications initiatives rising to the challenge of their users’ expectations.

Top 10 tips to derive ROI from BYOD or CYOD in Asia


By Shiva Venkatraman

HP Enterprise Services


Many points of views have been expressed about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) or Choose Your Own Device (CYOD). In this article, I will try to highlight how as an Asian CxO, I would derive return on investment via these initiatives in Asia. 



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Labels: BYOD| creativity| CYOD| ROI

Are you ready for the Business Performance Analytics Tool at HP Discover 2014?

iStock_000003129409Small_ for BPS blog1.jpgDo you remember the first few TV series that were set in the future – where the captain of a futuristic space ship took his crew to explore new worlds? More than the adventures themselves, we waited with bated breath to see how the captain would respond to new challenges.


If you hold a leadership position in a large organization, you must find yourself in a similar situation.


Read on and find out how the latest technology at HP Discover can help you control the future of your business.

Building life-long consumer loyalty through the New Style of IT

iStock_000017481261_ExtraSmall.jpgFor retailers, creating customer loyalty has always been the ultimate goal. Happy, contented customers are easier to satisfy, spend more, are less expensive to retain, and will evangelize brands. In recent years, loyalty programs have provided a means to create a steady connection with customers, but are only part of the loyalty puzzle. These programs build a retailer to segment relationship, without really establishing a one-to-one bond. That’s where the New Style of IT can help.


To gain a deeper understanding of how IT can strengthen the bond between consumers and brands, we sat down with Brent Brown, HP’s Director of WW Retail Industry Solutions, for a brief Q&A.

HP’s Sue Arthur nominated for StateScoop Award

2igzeL_50-statescoop-VOTE-250x300.pngHealthcare reform is among the hottest domestic topics in the U.S. Each state is dealing differently in its approach to expand healthcare coverage, while maintaining quality service delivery. But a common thread for states to better address the needs of their citizens is IT.


From mobile technologies to Medicaid payments, HP U.S. Health & Life Sciences is actively working with state clients to make sure they have the technology in place to meet their short-term and long-term objectives.


Leading this initiative is Sue Arthur, Vice President and General Manager of the HP Enterprise Services U.S. Health & Life Sciences Industry. Read why HP is among the top IT providers for healthcare, as well as why Sue has been nominated for a major award from a leading industry news organization—StateScoop.

Two key steps to Maximize Your MPS Experience

security arial view.jpegI'm sharing this article, previously posted on the CIO Forum because the content is relevant to IT professionals as well as CIO's:


Many enterprises are looking to Managed Print Services (MPS) to help them better manage complex print environments. While MPS engagements help businesses optimize their infrastructure, manage their IT environment and improve overall workflow, the benefits of incorporating MPS into your enterprise extend beyond technology. MPS can help your organization reduce costs - both financial and environmental - lower the burden on IT staff and improve employee productivity.

HP ENVISION helps support HP's promise

20131102_HP-LA_JCR_9507_v2.jpgCareer guidance in the UK is historically hard to come by. Schools and further education establishments want to help their students into the next steps of their working life, but often lack the knowledge, resources or information on employers and industries. Read how HP ENVISION spent a day in a room in order to discuss how to create traction in shaping and launching a social enterprise that would attract students, teachers and employers to use a UK service called Good Careers Guide.

Top News in for CIOs this week: Security, Big Data Breakthroughs, and Disruption

heartbleed virus.pngSecurity was a hot topic this week, thanks to the Heartbleed Virus. Check out other trending articles on component skills for the future, how a GE CIO saved $66B, and how your financial organization can disrupt competitors by going beyond reporting and controlling.


Read our wrap-up of top articles—from the industry, our thought leaders, and analysts. And be sure to follow us as we continue to post even more insight that will lead to innovation and business value.

The Many Languages of HP Enterprise Services

global delivery.JPGConversations around globalization picked up in the late 90s and early 2000s as technology spread, communication increased, and barriers melted away. Let’s take a look at where we are at today. Multinational companies can work all the more seamlessly when embracing trends of the New Style of IT.


Take a look at what HP Enterprise Services is doing on a global scale, and how we are working to deliver thought-provoking content and insights in more languages.

Plan now for HP Discover 2014 in Las Vegas!

Disc2014_ent_tg_Blu_RGB_72_MD1.pngRemember when your favorite teacher said, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail?”


Nothing makes those words ring truer than taking too long to plan your time at HP Discover. Thankfully, the HP Discover content catalog is now available. Las Vegas promises to build on past success with an event filled with announcements and innovations. This is your chance to see firsthand the progress being made toward the New Style of IT, and how HP technology is building a brighter future.


HP Discover 2014 will once again take place at the Venetian Pallazo resort in Las Vegas, June 10-12. Start planning now!

Top News for CIOs this week: CIOs to follow on Twitter, cyber-sleuthing, & app security

digital business focus.jpgIn the New Style of IT, the CIO must stay apprised of key issues and trends. Check out our wrap-up of hot articles from this week—from the industry, our thought leaders, and analysts. And be sure to follow us as we continue to post even more insights that will lead to innovation and business value.

Customer Engagement Management and the New Style of IT

06_LIBRARY_CONFERENCE_686_RT.jpgIn her introduction to the latest edition of BPS Edge—available now—Danila Meirlaen, Vice President, Worldwide BPS, HP Enterprise Services, says, “More than ever, the customer experience determines your destiny, and today’s “digital natives” demand any-time anywhere access to information. Fueled by mobility, each consumer also wants that experience to be simple and speedy.” With customer touchpoints at every turn—from mobile apps to microsites—managing that experience poses an exciting challenge for any organization.


Here’s a brief summary of what you’ll find in BPS Edge to help you meet that challenge.

The Digital Transformation: essential steps and considerations

20130201_FABRICATION_PLANT_TALKING-1163-3.jpgThe transformation journey to the New Style of IT can be daunting. Whether you’re ahead of the curve, or still stuck in the age of DSL and desktops, there’s always room for improvement.  Read on for areas that should be addressed NOW, what other companies are doing and what you should keep in mind for the future.

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