Displaying articles for: 04-08-2012 - 04-14-2012
As a former road-warrior, Hilton hotels were among my preferred places to stay for a variety of reasons. I don’t travel so much anymore. But, for those of you that do you may be interested in knowing that Hilton was an early adopter of mobile print capabilities and offers this as a free service to guests.
It’s all part of our continuing effort to bring innovative solutions to our guests to support the ultimate guest experience,” says Jeff Fox, director, brand and guest technology, Hilton Worldwide. “We’re working to deliver the best possible mobile print service by making all our business centers HP ePrint Public Print Locations.” Hilton Worldwide first offered mobile printing to guests at its Hilton Garden Inn and Embassy Suites locations; now it is broadening that offering to its other brands.
By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
- Automation Nation: a white-collar revolution
- Leadership disruption
- HP announces new recovery-as-a-service for failover to the cloud
- The Social Customer
- Why do you need a hosted cloud computing unified communications solution?
- Harness the power of cloud, mobility and data – an executive view
- Is Cloud service support a requirement for BYOD?
- HBR blog touts virtues of virtual teams. Can it work for business intelligence development?
- How will your IT organization manage a cloud computing-based infrastructure?
- 3 new enterprise services for cloud computing
- Cloud launch from HP today
- Get to the winner’s circle with your enterprise applications – an executive view
- Managing your information in the Cloud – Nadhan’s Top 5 strategies
- Relays instead of transistors?!
Find out why Federal Computer Week recently recognized HP Enterprise Services' Andy McCann, vice president of U.S. Public sector at the 23rd Annual Federal 100 Awards Gala.
By Terry White, Enterprise Architect and HP Fellow, HP Enterprise Services
The role of the white-collar worker is radically shifting. HP Fellow Terry White explains why automation and pattern-recognition techology are a help to enterprises, not a threat.
By Danette Hardin, HP Global Network Product Marketing Manager
At its basic level, Unified Communications is technology that ties your IT and your business together, making it run more smoothly and doing so at a lower cost than legacy systems. In a sense, it’s the communications’ glue that holds everything in place.
This week, HP is announcing a solution that might just be the glue you need to finally take the unified communications plunge. Read on to learn more about our new Enterprise Cloud Services - Unified Communications
If you’ve begun to adopt cloud services, then you’ve probably already realized that doing so can provide cost benefits, speed innovation, enhance agility and improve financial management. However, if not done correctly, the resulting cloud silos can cause complexity, risk and vendor lock in.
Today HP is announcing three new services to add to our portfolio of enterprise services for cloud computing.
Will cloud computing centralize big data? I read an InfoWorld article by David Linthicum at the end of last year titled 5 key trends in cloud computing’s future, and it made me start thinking about information management in the cloud, specifically Linthicum’s 4th key cloud trend: Centralized data will become a key strategic advantage. Cloud computing needs to be an integral part of the enterprise information strategy. The characteristics associated with the cloud like elasticity, virtualization, etc., apply as much to storage as they do to compute and network. The cloud offers better alternatives to address the increasing (and fluctuating) data volumes and warrants strong consideration by enterprises to address their information management challenges.