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A Cloud Transformation Could Give Santa Claus Plenty of Reasons to Put HP on the Nice List


HP Enterprise Services' cloud elves went to the North Pole to analyze the IT environment of Santa's Workshop. Their mission was to determine how a cloud transformation could benefit even an enterprise run by a man who will only wear suits made of red velvet and fur trim. Find out what our elves uncovered.

2013 IT Resolutions: HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat

calendar 2013.jpg Have you made your 2013 IT Resolutions? Join HP Enterprise Services for a Twitter chat on Tuesday, December 18th from 12-1 p.m. CT. Come join the conversation by using the hashtag #HPESchat

Health IT, social intelligence, cloud computing – Around Enterprise Services, Aug 3

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing


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

  • Security should have a Front-row Seat at the Outsourcing Table
  • 3 compelling business reasons for moving to the cloud
  • Reduce your current storage costs by up to 40%!
  • Cloud in 2020 by Charlie Bess
  • Cloud storage exits beta supporting 99.95% availability by Charlie Bess
  • Tracking the ROI on cloud computing is not a one-time activity
  • The Digital Hospital -- Orchestrating patient-centric healthcare
  • Six factors impacting healthcare transformation
  • Join HP at CRM Evolution 2012 – see solutions for Analytics, Social CRM and Cloud Leverage the contact center to drive new revenue opportunity
  • Transformation opportunities by Charlie Bess
  • Uncover new customer insights by exploring Social Data
  • Drive social intelligence to engage with customers in a ways that were previously impossible by
  • Application silos are easy to build – Nadhan’s top 5 reasons
  • Hewlett-Packard named to 2012 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club
  • It is a big world for big data after all Mobility - The Third Platform - contrasting the top 3 characteristics
  • Moving apps to cloud: What to do with piles of legacy code

Cloud, mobility, applications, SOA – Around Enterprise Services, Jul 27

Unified CommunicationsBy Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing


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

  • 5 Criteria that help crystallize an industry-wide standard for Cloud Service Providers
  • 3 compelling business reasons for going mobile
  • A deeper level of visibility in applications portfolio management for better decision-making
  • Do you know how to scale and optimize your data center?
  • Success story of SOA – Nadhan’s Top 5 secrets
  • Enabling enterprise mobility infographic
  • Enterprise mobility platform addresses market-shifting IT challenges
  • Building a house or moving apps to the cloud: Start with a good foundation
  • Highlights from the IDC MFP MarketScape 2012 report
  • Standards and the cloud lifecycle by Charlie Bess

Using Unified Communications as a Service to bring your communications tools together

By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager


HP Enterprise Cloud Services - Unified CommunicationsWe live in an on-demand, ultra-connected world with communications gadgets that seem eerily similar to the stuff we see in science fiction movies. We expect to be able to reach anyone at anytime, and I don’t know about you, but I get a bit irritated when I can’t get in touch with someone instantly. And why not, we’ve got numerous ways to communicate now – mobile phones, email, Twitter, Facebook, texting, instant messages – so I SHOULD be able to reach someone immediately via at least one of these methods. This is great for me, but somewhat challenging for companies.

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