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Intuitive innovation starts with a ‘yes’ to risk

Pizza.jpgBy Dennis Curry

Director – Account Strategy, Planning and Innovation, HP Enterprise Services


Can a slice of pizza motivate an innovator to sniff out a successful solution? You might be surprised. Consumers have more choices than ever before, and, as organizations innovate to respond competitively, user experience is the game changer. In this article, Dennis Curry explores how enterprises can embrace intuitive innovation.

New Style of IT: Engaging each and every customer

sm-20130130_RS_OFFICE_017P0819.jpgBy Steve McNicholas

HP Fellow and Chief Technologist, Applications Business Services, EMEA


This is the second post in our series on how HP Enterprise Services is preparing our clients for the New Style of IT. Here, Steve McNicholas writes about a key enterprise driver—Customer Engagement.


A new style of IT is permeating the enterprise landscape, and it’s driven by personalized service. Now that individuals are empowered with the capability to do things differently, they continually interact on a one-to-one basis with organizations, small groups, and individuals. They are increasingly imbued with the expectation that information and services will be personalized and targeted to them. Should an enterprise fail to meet these expectations, they can quickly and easily sever ties and forge new connections with competitors.

Airlines, Consumerization, Cloud, Big Data: Around Enterprise Services, June 8

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • Virtual Private Cloud Helps Airlines Reduce Capital and Operating Costs
  • Delivering on outcomes that matter: John Visentin keynote at HP Discover
  • Stouffer Egan turns the tables on computers in keynote address at HP Discover
  • A 3-step approach to a mobile-enabled enterprise
  • Do you know how to make technology work for you?
  • Compass – pointing the way to enterprise collaboration
  • 5 Key Points CIOs Must Take Action On Now
  • Future-proof your airline with HP Passenger Service Solution
  • SiliconAngle's The Cube Discusses Airlines and the Cloud with HP's Brian Cook
  • Countdown to disaster: Could you resume critical business processes within 1 hour and 19 minutes?
  • BPO’s Social Enterprise Services @ HP Discover
  • Applying Enterprise Transformation to Las Vegas at HP Discover
  • Discover BPO’s Social Enterprise Services and improving ROI of Social efforts
  • 5 points CIOs must take action on now
  • Application Transformation: Technology doesn’t move backwards
  • Blogging from HP Discover about BYOD
  • Dave Donatelli on Taming the Lion with Speed at HP Discover
  • Can a SOA Platform-a​s-a-Service Benefit Airlines?
  • What do you mean big data, little data is hard enough?
  • HP BPO works with OB10 to incorporate e-Invoicing into Source-to-​Pay invoice automation program
  • Airline industry taking off into the Cloud at HP Discover
  • HP Discover: Making technology work for you – will you be the disrupter or the disrupted?
  • New solutions offer powerful options to help enterprise​s on cloud journey
  • Can Cloud Computing solve 3 challenges faced by airlines today?
  • Top 10 Expectations of the New Creative Class
  • HP named an MPS leader in new Forrester report
  • Personality-based Application Profiling starts with Mother Nature
  • HP Industry Edge e-zine features LCI -- learn about it at HP Discover 2012 Session!
  • Planning for Support in a BYOD era.
  • Find your Best Bet for Cloud Computing at HP Discover 2012

Top 10 Expectations of the New Creative Class

vegas1.jpgWired Magazine editor-in-chief kicked off HP Discover 2012 in Las Vegas with an impactful keynote on consumer IT vs. enterprise IT. He had a great description of the relationship between the trend called “consumerization” and the digital generation of employees that are creative, innovative and offer high potential to the companies where they work. Read on for the top 10 expectations of the new creative class of digital age employees.

Analytics, Consumerization, Cloud, HP Discover: Around Enterprise Services, May 4

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • A new industrial revolution in the works
  • Enterprise analytics: Promote to the front office, stat!
  • Gamification and business performance
  • Recap: Cards & Payments Asia 2012
  • Industry first in printing security
  • The “Is there an App for that”-izat​ion of BPO
  • Planning to improve time to action
  • HP Discover: Recovery-a​s-a-service: “What happens following a disaster?” presentation
  • Learn how to create a socially enabled business at HP Discover 2012
  • The Changing Role of the CFO
  • Leaders talking about starting anew
  • HP ePrint Public Printing now available at The UPS Store locations
  • Finding the right home for your Applications – Nadhan extends Applities to Infrastructure
  • The Future in an HIE World – Part 1 -- Equalizing Quality of Healthcare For Rural Areas
  • Beyond listening: Engage with customers in social media
  • Join Ben Bauer’s Private vs Virtual Private Cloud Session at HP Discover
  • Cloud Computing is a journey in which you should be interested in taking
  • Tips for controlling your mainframe hardware costs…
  • Misplaced concerns about the death of the CIO
  • Why is Cloud Computing Relevant to your Business?
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