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Come 'Hangout' and Visualize the New Style of Business

017P1706_original.jpgNew this year at HP Discover, Business and Technology Hangouts provide a unique opportunity for peer-to-peer exchange of ideas. Facilitated by an HP business leader, each of these 18 Hangouts covers a common business challenge, and will be documented by a sketch artist -- providing a visual representation of the thoughts shared during the conversation. Click “Read Blog” to review the schedule and choose a topic that is important to you.

Optimizing Digital for the Enterprise at HP Discover

HP20140315429.jpgAs the enterprise strategy discussion turns toward digital transformation, do you find yourself with more questions than answers? How are you embracing IoT? Are you realizing the potential power of Big Data and Analytics?

 

Three must-see sessions at HP Discover Las Vegas offer inspiration for your digital business and data-driven strategies, along with a chance to meet some of HP’s brightest minds. Read more on details, and register today!

Manage Logistics by Managing Your Data

Truck3 smaller2.pngInvesting in a rules-based, analytics decision-making engine that links long-range planning with the need for short-term agility is a compelling proposition. It holds the promise of better managing assets, preserving capital, and increasing driver retention and customer satisfaction, which all drive lucrative margins and operational efficiency. So how do you get started?

 

Donn Deffebach, Senior Client Principle- Freight and Logistics continues that discussion here in the 3rd article of a three part series. This time talking about the whole picture and benefits of managing assets and long-range planning. Take a look and join him and the HP team at the Logistics CIO Forum.

Healthcare Data and IT Converge for Real-Time Decision Support

20140820_HP-365_cropped smaller.jpgWhat if organizations could converge data streams from multiple sources—electronic health records, patient location, public health data, social media, and clinical knowledge sources—to provide new and richer insights into health risks, treatment options, and clinical operations? With these types of insights, clinicians and patients have access to real-time data for increased awareness, prevention, timely intervention, and proactive forecasting of disease, illness, and health status of individuals and populations. And healthcare providers can improve efficiency, helping to control rising healthcare costs.

 

What if you could track or anticipate the spread of an infectious disease in real time?

 

At HIMSS, the largest health IT conference, we will be exploring these questions by tracking the spread of a hypothetical infectious disease around the HIMSS 2015 show floor. Through this practical demonstration, we will see how situational awareness and analytics track the spread of infection between individuals. Advances in social media, mobility, analytics and cloud technologies will help us track the outbreak. Will we be able to stop it? We need you to help us find out!

Determining Where Wearables Fit in the Enterprise Space

Chris and Ade Wearables BVEX Discover smaller.pngHumans have a long history of identifying efficiencies and finding ways to augment our own abilities or skills. On an average day, you might wear glasses to refine your sight or use a certain coffee machine to brew the perfect cup of coffee.

 

Our nature, rapidly advancing tech, and desire for insights have led to a growing wearables market. And while it’s currently consumer driven, large opportunities exist in the enterprise space. Digital Strategist Ade McCormack and HP’s CTO Chris Moyer discuss what these opportunities look like, what challenges enterprises face, and more.

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