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Airlines, Consumerization, Cloud, Big Data: Around Enterprise Services, June 8

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

 

  • Virtual Private Cloud Helps Airlines Reduce Capital and Operating Costs
  • Delivering on outcomes that matter: John Visentin keynote at HP Discover
  • Stouffer Egan turns the tables on computers in keynote address at HP Discover
  • A 3-step approach to a mobile-enabled enterprise
  • Do you know how to make technology work for you?
  • Compass – pointing the way to enterprise collaboration
  • 5 Key Points CIOs Must Take Action On Now
  • Future-proof your airline with HP Passenger Service Solution
  • SiliconAngle's The Cube Discusses Airlines and the Cloud with HP's Brian Cook
  • Countdown to disaster: Could you resume critical business processes within 1 hour and 19 minutes?
  • BPO’s Social Enterprise Services @ HP Discover
  • Applying Enterprise Transformation to Las Vegas at HP Discover
  • Discover BPO’s Social Enterprise Services and improving ROI of Social efforts
  • 5 points CIOs must take action on now
  • Application Transformation: Technology doesn’t move backwards
  • Blogging from HP Discover about BYOD
  • Dave Donatelli on Taming the Lion with Speed at HP Discover
  • Can a SOA Platform-a​s-a-Service Benefit Airlines?
  • What do you mean big data, little data is hard enough?
  • HP BPO works with OB10 to incorporate e-Invoicing into Source-to-​Pay invoice automation program
  • Airline industry taking off into the Cloud at HP Discover
  • HP Discover: Making technology work for you – will you be the disrupter or the disrupted?
  • New solutions offer powerful options to help enterprise​s on cloud journey
  • Can Cloud Computing solve 3 challenges faced by airlines today?
  • Top 10 Expectations of the New Creative Class
  • HP named an MPS leader in new Forrester report
  • Personality-based Application Profiling starts with Mother Nature
  • HP Industry Edge e-zine features LCI -- learn about it at HP Discover 2012 Session!
  • Planning for Support in a BYOD era.
  • Find your Best Bet for Cloud Computing at HP Discover 2012

Virtual Private Cloud Helps Airlines Reduce Capital and Operating Costs

airline1..jpgBy Evee Burgard, Travel and Transportation Marketing Manager

 

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) proved to be especially helpful for the airlines after their IT spend was cut by over 8% in 2009. Airlines are just now beginning to shift from cost cutting to business growth. Read how airlines can use cloud computing as a natural progression to this business shift to create new and unique revenue streams.

Future-proof your airline with HP Passenger Service Solution

Airline3sm.jpgBy Clyde Kesling, Travel and Transportation Marketing Manager

 

As part of our HP Converged Cloud Services for Airlines announcement, HP is highlighting our HP Passenger Service Solution (HP PSS)—an airline industry solution that focuses on the merchandising, reservation, and travel processes for an airline. HP PSS provides our airline clients with all the basic functionality they need to support the reservation and travel processes used to service their passengers, as well as several other benefits.

SiliconAngle's The Cube Discusses Airlines and the Cloud with HP's Brian Cook

Cook Headshot web.jpgOn Tuesday, at HP Discover, Brian Cook, vice president and general manager, travel & transportation for HP Enterprise Services discussed the unique challenges of the airline industry with Dave Vellante and Jeffrey Kelly, hosts of SiliconAngle's The Cube. Watch the great conversation that ensued about cloud and how, when it comes to computing, a storm is actually a good thing for airlines.

Can a SOA Platform-as-a-Service Benefit Airlines?

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By Evee Burgard, Travel and Transportation Marketing Manager

 

To IT departments in the airline industry, the benefits of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) are typically aligned to application reuse or project development costs and can produce savings of up to 40%. While these savings might seem noteworthy, when you look at the bigger picture, the total doesn’t quite reach that 40% mark. Read on to find out why.

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