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Health IT, Big Data, Cloud – Around Enterprise Services, Aug 24

Unified CommunicationsBy Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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

  • Enabling patient-centric healthcare with digital hospital
  • Rethinking Card & Payments Processing
  • HP Healthcare and Life Sciences e-zine
  • What are the business and IT drivers for big data architectural decisions? COST is a factor
  • 3 Critical Technologies for Healthcare: Cloud Computing, Analytics and Mobility
  • Energy Company Improved Collaboration with Best-in-Class Converged Network Solution
  • 3 compelling business reasons for harnessing and mastering big data
  • Is Bring Your Own Service the Future?
  • HP cloud management tools for a hybrid environment
  • It’s time to stretch our mind at the Technology Symposium in London. 
  • Innovate the hospital with IT to energize Healthcare

Financial Institution Shareholders steer IT Conversation towards Cloud Computing

Since cloud for industries has been on my mind lately, I read the HP Industry Edge Financial Services edition with great interest. The article  by Jim Scurlock caught my attention because he is discussing how shareholders within forward-looking financial institutions are changing the conversation around IT. Their focus is not just on the newest technology on the block or exercising control over the operational expenses. Scurlock says their focus is more on maximizing shareholder value. He goes on to share the 4 steps that form the basis for driving the conversation around IT.


I find that these 4 steps reinforce the need for cloud computing-based solutions in the financial industry. Let me explain how:

Financial Services, IT Transformation, Mobile: Around Enterprise Services, June 15

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • Harnessing the power of subscriber intimacy
  • Technology for Jamie's real time juvenile justice
  • Hats that the CIO needs to get rid of… (Part 2 of 2)
  • Enterprises can become fiscally and environmentally sustainable at the same time!
  • Is Big Data the Big Daddy of IT Issues? HPES Twitter Chat Summer Series kicks off 6/19
  • Manage your brand in the era of collaboration, engagement and (multiple) channels
  • CIOs: Don’t try to hold on to your hat (part 1 of 2)
  • Unlock your potential with a new approach to applications management
  • HP Industry Edge e-zine features Financial Services
  • Dealing with the Data Tsunami
  • Top 10 Tips for Finance Transformation by Dave Brown
  • Play changes for IT on the second half of the board
  • Have you underestimated your enterprise’s disaster recovery plan?
  • Mayhem in action…
  • How HP Discover made IT matter for me
  • Freestyle discussion on IT futures with John Obeto
  • Bill Veghte highlights market leadership of HP Software Suite
  • Global mobile adoption rapidly expanding
  • The Future of an HIE World – Part 2 -- Accelerating the Benefits of Patient Advocacy

Next-Generation IT for the Financial Industry

RossFeldman.jpgBy Ross Feldman, Chief Technology Officer - Banking, Insurance, HP Enterprise Services

Few sectors have been impacted more in the current economic and regulatory environment than the financial services sector, with pressures continuing in terms of earnings, market pressures, and regulatory requirements, not to mention customer impacts and threats of entirely new competitive sets.

Transforming Payments for an Instant-On World

Rock of Gilbrator.jpgAs part of our Discover 2011 Vienna interview series, this blog summarizes Ed Adshead-Grant’s session - Transforming Payment for an Instant-On World . Ed spearheads HP’s Card and Payment BPO business in EMEA. This session highlights the 2011 survey results for Cards & Payments, how HP can help clients grow their business and assess key technology options such as mainframe alternatives.

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