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Are you prepared for emerging technologies?

iStock_000017532854_ExtraSmall.jpgBy Will Allen

Lead Strategist, Applied Innovation, HP Enterprise Services, and HP Fellow


When emerging technologies hit the mainstream, the impact on vertical markets may be sudden, but only those who have prepared for the breakthrough will be equipped to bolt out of the starting gate.

In Context Analytics: The massive disruption of search

teaserInnovationInsight.jpgBy Simon Thomason, EMEA Director and Kieran McCorry, Strategist and Distinguished Technologist, HP Enterprise Services


Enterprises are overwhelmed by a torrent of information riches. Cutting edge tools are delivering enterprise intelligence, consumer data, and market statistics that ebb and flow in real time. But have we created a beast? If so, the answer may be HP In Context Analytics. 


Is the “Bring Your Own” paradigm unraveling?

36-20130728_05_Conference_Room_z_S4U5014.jpgShould "BYOD" be replaced with "BYOS" (Bring Your Own Stuff)?  Marc Wilkinson, Chief Technologist for Mobility & Workplace discussses the issue at hand: one device just doesn't cover it.  Single devices (smartphone) are just a fraction of the rest of the picture, or the "Stuff" in "BYOS" (smartphone, tablet, laptop, smart watch). 


Now the question becomes: is there a larger trend quietly unfurling under the device/stuff surface?

The CIO and the New Style of IT

ecopod.pngBy René Aerdts, Chief Technologist, Cloud Enablement,

     HP Enterprise Services and HP Fellow


The traditional role of Chief Information Officer is under siege. What do CIOs need to do to remain relevant in the New Style of IT? IDG Communications Worldwide CEO Michael Friedenberg shares some results from CIO magazine’s 2014 State of the CIO Survey, and Chief Technologist and HP Fellow René Aerdts breaks down how to balance tactical vs strategic and other conflicting expectations in this article. 

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