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Mobility, CRM, Cloud Computing – Around Enterprise Services, Aug 31

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

HPES Summary.jpgHere is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

  • 5 Ways to Celebrate labor Day in Today’s BYOD World
  • New enhanced capabilities for Enterprise NAS services
  • Business goals and culture are key drivers for big data architectural decisions
  • HP Expands Presence in El Paso, Texas with New Applications Delivery Center
  • GS1 reduces time to recall contaminated food with cloud computing
  • Cloud automation and improvisation
  • Mobility will Define your Brand
  • Healthy hospitals need a healthy cloud and robust mobility
  • Mobile Cloud – more than just a bump in the road.
  • Introducing the 2nd Edition of BPO Edge - the CRM Edition
  • Does the industry view of Big Data need to be a bit more bold?
  • The Converged Desktop Utilizing Cloud
  • Being effective at Agile Development - Nadhan's Top 5 steps
  • History must not repeat itself when integrating to Cloud Computing
  • Mobilize the dots to realize the Big Picture in Healthcare
  • Reduce contact center operating costs 

Enterprise mobility - survival may depend on you

C-L4CH5B66 Man checking mobile at soccer game.jpgThe survival of your company may be in your hands.  With the explosive growth of mobile web adoption, your organization’s use of mobility to an advantage may spell survival or failure. If you are involved in the design of your enterprise’s use of mobile technologies, of revamping and re-gearing the infrastructure and organization to optimize for mobility, you want to get it right. You want to capitalize on the consumerization of IT. You want to be built for the future.  What better way to get key insights and move forward than to attend HP Discover 2012 and participate in the many forward-looking mobility sessions -- including one specifically designed to help you innovate for the future.

HP Innovation in US Public Sector Recognized by Microsoft

 

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Why was HP Enterprise Services' US Public sector team recently recognized by Microsoft? Innovation is what has kept this nearly 20-year relationship successful.

Healthcare, Disney, Apps Outsourcing, Portfolio Management: Around Enterprise Services, Oct 28

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services WW Marketing

 

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

 

  • Communication isn’t taken care of, even when you think it is
  • North Shore Credit Union partners with HP Enterprise Services for co-managed hosting
  • How To Build Effective Business Service Levels Within Your Applications Outsourcing Contract
  • Should Enterprise Architecture Handle Service Portfolio Management?
  • Addressing how the Tower of Babel Reaches to the Cloud
  • Improve patient care using analytics
  • The dynamic enterprise: Evolve or face extinction
  • Saving the life of a client.
  • Learn how Disney’s Document Output Management Program reduced energy usage 18%
  • Create a Powerful Healthcare Information Source with an All-Payer Claims Database (APCD)

Cloud Computing, Applications, Social Media: Around Enterprise Services, Oct 7

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing

 

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

 

  • roundabout.jpgHalloween and IT -- What kind of IT shop are you?
  • MPS and the Paperless Office
  • Risky business? The challenges, rewards, and inevitability of social networking in the enterprise
  • Nadhan’s Top 5: Aspects of Managing The Generalist Applity
  • Cloud computing overview...
  • Structure for project reviews
  • Pretotyping Applied to Application Transformation
  • QR Codes turning up more often
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