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Enterprise Forward: Sound architecture drives business value

42-23955784.gifBy Jack Walicki, Chief Technologist, New Service Incubation, Office of the CTO, HP Enterprise Services 


Don’t be afraid of architecting for the future. While the future is beset with unknowns, you can impose enterprise architecture with the stipulation that you will not allow unknowns to control you beyond your desire to be controlled.


Read more from Chief Technologist Jack Walicki.

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.

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…  

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.

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.

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