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Knowledge Management, Disaster Recovery, Cloud Computing – Around Enterprise Services, Oct 5

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

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

 

  • Debunking the 3 Myths of Knowledge Management
  • A new level of onsite support for the UK Ministry of Defense
  • Enterprises have business continuity – why not life continuity for humans?
  • Business intelligence requirements: a process not a deliverable
  • HP cautions enterprises and governments on Cloud DR and security
  • Annual Health Check for the Hospitals IT Environment
  • Use Social CRM for sustainable competitive advantage in the real-time world
  • Business Transformation Insights: The executive game changer
  • An Integration Engine is key to your Digital Hospital solution
  • Code Samples: Are They Ever Right? (Part 2)
  • Top 5 areas for making Cloud Governance real
  • Information Management: Why you shouldn’t ignore the little data for the big data
  • The 5P’s of Mobile Cloud Apps 
  • Watch what really happens when your critical apps are hit with an unexpected outage
  • We seem to be “stuck” on big data
  • Change the way your business communicates and collaborates with Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) 

Continuity, Security, Health IT – Around Enterprise Services, Sep 21

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

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

 

  • Disaster recovery during the New Zealand earthquake
  • Improving healthcare quality and the patient experience with digital hospital
  • Evolution of Enterprise Security: Twitter Chat Recap
  • Continuity takes the wheel when disaster strikes - HP Enterprise Cloud Services at Oracle OpenWorld
  • Don't Miss! Achieving Business Value through Big Data Analytics Webinar
  • Using AZURE for a Mobility Strategy in the Cloud
  • The Evolution of Security: HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat
  • Was the CSO job becoming boring???
  • How will an abundance of IT capabilities change the security landscape in the Public Sector? 

Disaster recovery during the New Zealand earthquake

The 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand had a devastating impact on the area and resulted in significant loss of life. The central business district was destroyed and over 1,200 buildings were demolished. During this time, our HP employees focused on getting our customers up and running including Meridian, one of the major providers for electricity to the area.  Watch the video to learn more.

 

Countdown to disaster: Could you resume critical business processes within 1 hour and 19 minutes?

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You work in the data center for a large global company. In 24 seconds, a a major flood is going to hit your data center, but you don’t even know what's coming. How quickly could you recover your business processes in a situation like this?

 

Today I attended an entertaining and informative session by George Ferguson called “Recovery-as-a-Service: What happens following a disaster," where he walked us through a real-life disaster recovery scenario. 

It’s a real disaster at the HP Discover Continuity Theater!

By Jill Laubach

May 30.jpgDon’t miss this live demonstration of recovery-as–a-service in action at HP Discover 2012. HP’s George Ferguson will set the stage in this unique experience demonstrating what happens following a major natural disaster in an interactive theater setting.   Join us June 5 and 6 in Las Vegas.  

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