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Is Big Data a Big Problem? Check out this article on HP Next

Risau1.jpgGleaning value from Big Data has long been a challenge. Enterprises are storing massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, without a way to fully analyze and glean valuable insight and information. That's why Martin Risau, Senior Vice President, Analytics & Data Management, HP Enterprise Services has written a brief, informative post introducing HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services over on HP Next.


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Application Modernization, Cloud Computing, Big Data – Around Enterprise Services, Oct 19

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • HPES Summary.jpgBig Data: Looking at the World through an Information Lens 
  • Who turned the power off? 5 factors impacting today’s utility sector
  • If you are modernizing an application – or a car – do it right
  • Modernizing the right components of an application
  • Book Review – Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
  • Software Vendors and the Cloud – Understanding the Impact
  • The voice of the customer is clear; but are you hearing every word?
  • A Cloud-based Unified Communications Solution that’s worth considering
  • Interactive workshops guide your strategic move to enterprise mobility 
  • Information Management Remedy: Eliminate little data pain to enable big data gain
  • The CIO’s and CFO’s Journey to Cloud Computing
  • 5 levels of social maturity for your business
  • Mobility in Banking – boom or passing phase?
  • HP Announces New BPO Business Analytics Services 

Architect your enterprise to transform to Cloud Computing

As I work on my 100th blog post, I cannot think of a better topic than what Michael Smith, Global Chief Technologist, Applications Modernization talks about in his video from HP Discover 2012 conference. Michael connects 2 of my favorite subject areas that I have been blogging about -- enterprise architecture and cloud computing -- in the context of applications modernization – another key area of interest for me.

Business Intelligence, Apps Modernization, Managed Print: Around Enterprise Services, Mar 2

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • HP Global Social Innovation - our entry into the Boston College Corporate Citizenship film festival
  • Storage shifts in the future
  • NASA’s Transformation Journey to a mainframe-free landing
  • Research shows Federal Agencies benefit from Managed Print Services
  • ACA §1104: It’s just HIPAA, right? Wrong!
  • Business Intelligence Strategy: What's Standing in YOUR Way?
  • Take a “Leap of Faith” this Leap Year – join the Social Media Conversation
  • Born to code…
  • Richness vs. Reach or why do I have better IT at home than at work?
  • Applications modernization – Charting your course through uncertain waters
  • Simulating reactions in the world of tomorrow
  • HP Enterprise Services helps global financial institutions with a backup and restore service
  • Automated Language Translation: Pitfalls

How to make the move from legacy apps to applications modernization

app-trans-infographic.jpgIf you are attending HP Discover Vienna, don’t miss Daniel Amor’s session on how a Norway-based company successfully made the transition from legacy apps to applications modernization. Here’s a quick highlight of what you can expect to learn during the “Application modernization: large scale successful transformation client success story” session, ID BB5200.

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