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Join HP Enterprise Services in Milan, Italy for the HP World Tour

Milan.pngThe convergence of Cloud, Security, Big Data and Mobility has driven a New Style of IT—and it’s changing the way business is done. Supporting business transformation calls for a new approach to IT investments, one that can maximize the full potential of IT to create better business outcomes.


Join us at HP World Tour to experience firsthand how HP's global vision is changing IT and empowering you to make an even bigger difference.

Building hospitality brand loyalty through IM&A

HPB20242_Hospitality_Cover-309x400_noblack.pngLike many other industries, the hospitality industry is dealing with increases in the volume, velocity, variety, and value of gathered data. There’s simply too much information in too many places for companies to make educated  decisions as quickly as possible. Hospitality businesses participate in a variety of social media portals, capture customer data from numerous sources, and offer their products through a variety of distribution channels. The challenge, however, is in developing a multichannel integration platform that can transform this data into insights that help hospitality vendors run their businesses more effectively.


For a better understanding of the Big Data challenges in the Hospitality industry, we sat down with Bruce Moore, Application Services Executive, U.S. Consumer and Transportation Industry of HP Enterprise Services. Here’s what he had to say.

A collaborative approach to information strategy

By Claudia Ortolani , Senior Consultant, HP Information Management and Analytics


strategy_iStock_000024395129XSmall.jpgA cio.com article published earlier this year addressed the need for CIOs to be more connected with the business: 


For CIOs to be ahead in big data and BI for next year, (IDC head of research, Joel) Oostveen said they will need to start collaborating more with other business executives in order to fully understand how big data can be used to deliver on business outcomes.”


I find this statement quite interesting – and not at all surprising – since participating with HP clients in a workshop designed to do just what Oostveen suggests – foster collaboration between business and IT executives about how information can drive business value. The workshop lasted only a single day, but it was the first time these heterogeneous groups actually sat in a room together to understand different internal needs and points of view across the organization.  This is seemingly not uncommon.  And I found it was incredibly enlightening and empowering for them to hear their perspectives and collaborate on a roadmap of concrete priorities and outcomes.

Making informed decisions faster to realize the value of Information Optimization

By Ken Howard, HP Enterprise Services Marketing



At the HP Discover conference this week in Frankfurt, Germany, HP Enterprise Services today announced some exciting new solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSPs)—or telcos. We think they’ll help our clients manage, understand and act on massive amounts of information (Big Data) to better deliver services to subscribers and improve customer satisfaction levels. 


The new HP Telco Big Data and Analytics services support CSPs’ ability to transform the data collected from a variety of sources into actionable intelligence. This new group of solutions has been developed specifically for CSPs interested in getting more insight into their subscribers’ experience and preferences. In the process, CSPs can monetize their information assets to deliver more value to their customers, set themselves apart from the competition, and improve their financial results. 


This movement toward Big Data and analytics within the CSP industry has been described as a journey. In a series of interviews with some of the consultants who are helping HP’s clients take on that move, there is a sense of speed about that journey.

Twitter Chat Recap : How much confidence do you have in your data protection strategy?

By Mark Gyles, Social Media Manager, Autonomy, an HP company

DPChat Cloud.pngAutonomy and HP Information Management held the Inaugural Twitter Chat on Data Protection last Wednesday August 15. This was the first in what is hoped will be a regular event pulling together thought leaders, customers and partners to discuss hot topics within the industry. For a complete background on this event please check out the introductory blog: How much confidence do you have in your data protection strategy?




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