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Demonstrating the value of security: an interview with HP’s Jim Tiller

Lock1.pngJim Tiller, Director of Security Consulting, joined HP Enterprise Security Services two years ago. In this short extract of an in-depth interview, he tells us why he came to HP and some of the guiding principles of effective enterprise security.

 

To read the entire interview, check out the latest issue of HP INFORM, an HP Enterprise Security Services eBook.

Is Big Data a Big Problem? Check out this article on HP Next

Risau1.jpgGleaning value from Big Data has long been a challenge. Enterprises are storing massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, without a way to fully analyze and glean valuable insight and information. That's why Martin Risau, Senior Vice President, Analytics & Data Management, HP Enterprise Services has written a brief, informative post introducing HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services over on HP Next.

 

Read a summary before checking out the solution!   

Aurasma: The Internet of Things is here

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Aurasma: The Internet of Things is here

By Annie Weinberger, General Manager, HP Aurasma

 

Aurasma is an augmented reality platform that brings real world visuals—logos, images, photos—to digital life through engaging experiences known as “auras.” Read more about what this could mean for your enterprise.

Securing the value chain: A brief chat with HP's Mary Ann Mezzapelle

MAM at COT2013.jpgIn a retail environment, “consumer-facing” can sometimes mean chaotic, considering the average retail organization faces numerous security threats. With HP Protect 2014 due to start in Washington D.C. on September 8, we asked Mary Ann Mezzapelle, Americas CTO for Enterprise Security Services at HP, for her insight into securing the value chain for retail and consumer enterprises. 

 

Read the post, or download the Viewpoint Paper

Information security: Why are prevention-only approaches so obsolete?

globe touch-smaller.jpgData shows enterprises are experiencing a very difficult time keeping data breaches at bay. Industry is no differentiator and attackers are more innovative as they take full advantage of the complexity of enterprise-technology systems to steal data.

 

In a recent newsletter, created in conjunction with Gartner, we examine the enterprise trends that are making these types of incidents more prevalent, and why attackers have been successful regardless of the multitude of security defenses and processes enterprises have put in place.

The HP World Tour docks in Sydney August 28

worldtour.jpgThe sails are up, the course is set, and the HP World Tour docks next in Sydney on August 28. The fantastic journey—sailing through Mexico City, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Singapore and Mumbai—continues to the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh, Sydney.

 

Read just a few of the highlights.

 

The Internet of Things: The next big tech trend for business

data2.jpgRefrigerators that order groceries, autonomous vehicles – what’s next for the Internet of Things? And how can the enterprise capitalize on this growing opportunity? Read more…  

How OS migration can help a CIO in Asia Pacific

iStock_000024776337_ExtraSmall.jpgBy Shiva Venkatraman

HP Enterprise Services, AP

 

Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. We all know that the nature of IT is such that, sooner than we think, this Migration Event will be followed by other operating systems, such as Windows 7. CIOs across the Asia Pacific region are now being forced to figure out how to handle the risk of OS Migration Events. Instead of a risk, you might consider this as an opportunity to revamp your organization’s end-user computing model. Here are the Top 10 benefits I see of an OS migration.

What do cricket, marketing and insurance have in common? The Business Value Exchange

iStock_000004311434_ExtraSmall.jpgDid you know, in the quicksilver world of Enterprise IT, recruiting top talent can be arduous? Perhaps you should take a lesson from Olympic Cricket. Does funding marketing plans feel a lot like gambling? Maybe you could learn how to smart market. Finally, do you fully understand how technology is disrupting the Insurance Market? Listen to an expert explain why. All that and more is included on the August edition of the Business Value Exchange

 

Read the summaries, then check out the site. 

 

Stopping Cybercrime from the Inside Out

Cyber.jpgCybercrime today works as a sophisticated, global network that combines traditional crime and cybercrime to infiltrate networks and generate devastating breaches to companies.

 

Businesses must improve cybersecurity to combat the changing landscape of today’s cybercrime.

Enterprise Forward: The innovators—Jack Walicki

j_walicki_ct.jpgThe biggest challenge successful businesses face is staying successful. Meet HP innovator Jack Walicki, new service incubation chief technologist, who believes that to remain a thriving enterprise, you have to disrupt what is keeping you alive.

9Lenses and HP – a match made in the cloud

handshake.jpgIndependent Software Vendors (ISVs) are increasingly feeling pressure to migrate to the Cloud, but are often left alone to ponder the important questions, such as, “What Cloud is right for me?”

 

Faced with this very situation, ISV 9Lenses chose HP as its strategic partner for the Cloud – and the rest is history.

Digital Enterprise Thinking is Increasingly Driving IT Strategy

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By:  Oliver Marks, Global Digital Enterprise Practice, Hewlett Packard Company

 

Orchestration of global resources to streamline, simplify and rationalize is key to enabling the modern customer-focused digital enterprise platform.

A New Flexible Big Data Platform for Enterprises with HAVEn As-A-Service

45-20130728_06_Young_Professional_Workspace_z_S4U5282.jpgBy Martin Risau

Senior Vice President, Analytics and Data Management

HP Enterprise Services

 

As companies face the ever-evolving influx of big data, each seek new ways to find business value, new revenue and context to it all.

 

To meet the dire needs of a solution capable of handling all types of data, regardless of size, type or location within the enterprise, HP has introduced HAVEn As-a-Service, the most complete cloud based big data platform designed to support enterprise customers with their discovery and production needs.

Mobile Trendsetter: Checklist for Enterprise Mobility

mobile printing2.pngThroughout this blog series, industry thought leaders and experts have discussed how mobility is changing the enterprise, sharing their insights on what key mega trends to watch for as they incorporate advanced mobile technologies, and ultimately, what you need to know. Here are a few key takeaways that we think you should keep top of mind:

Mobile Trendsetter: Melissa Riofrio, PC World

017P2907_bb.jpgWelcome back to our Mobile Trendsetter Interview Series, a series of interviews with some of the technology industry’s most influential thought leaders in mobility.  This week we caught up with Melissa Riofrio, leading mobile printing expert and executive editor of PCWorld.com.

 

Check out our interview with Melissa and her perspective on mobile printing technology:

Enterprise Forward: A new reality

Enteprise Forward.jpgCurious how some of our clients are more profitable, more competitive, better positioned, and better places to work because of HP innovations? Check out select case studies demonstrating the impact and ROI of innovation in the premiere issue of Enterprise Forward. Read more…

Managed IaaS makes lighter workloads easy on the budget

Different workloads demand different cloud services to optimize savings while delivering the performance demanded by clients. HP Enterprise Services is introducing a new managed virtual private cloud package to better meet the financial requirements of lighter workloads.

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