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HP Enterprise Services is ready for the New Style of IT

structure.pngAt HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, HP CEO Meg Whitman stressed that “The foundations of the New Style of IT are still being laid,” and our Enterprise Services team has been hard at work to strengthen our client relationships as we prepare them for the New Style of IT. This post kicks off a month-long series; offering insight into our organization, and how HP Enterprise Services is leading our clients in their transformation journey to the New Style of IT.

Mobility, Big Data, Information Security, Enterprise Workflow – Around Enterprise Services, Nov. 2

By Ken Howard, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • Your enterprise mobility journey
  • Managing Enterprise – Class Archive
  • Big Data? Discover the BIG Opportunities!
  • Information Security begins at home with your employees
  • Driving enterprises forward with streamlined workflow, increased productivity and lower costs
  • At the Intersection where Mobility and Big Data meet; driving speed and change for your business
  • Discover the world’s first technical cloud computing standard for the second time
  • HP named a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant Report for MPS and MFPs/Printers / wins new customers
  • Accountable Healthcare is Driving Big Data and Analytics

Big Data, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Gamification – Around Enterprise Services, Oct 26

By Ken Howard, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • Sentiment analysis should not be a one-time activity
  • Information Management: Making a case for Big Data in Financial Services
  • Virtualization is Chapter 1 in your IT Infrastructure road to success story
  • Business Transformation Insights: Just say the magic words...
  • Using Big Data to change the game in the Energy industry
  • Information Management & Analytics in the Energy industry
  • Does Cloud Computing have the energy to process big data?
  • Gamification and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM (XRM) Platform
  • Five key actions CIOs must take to transform IT and applications
  • Go beyond listening with your social media data
  • Knowledge management is about people, not IT - Debunking a third myth of knowledge management

Application Modernization, Cloud Computing, Big Data – Around Enterprise Services, Oct 19

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing


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


  • HPES Summary.jpgBig Data: Looking at the World through an Information Lens 
  • Who turned the power off? 5 factors impacting today’s utility sector
  • If you are modernizing an application – or a car – do it right
  • Modernizing the right components of an application
  • Book Review – Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
  • Software Vendors and the Cloud – Understanding the Impact
  • The voice of the customer is clear; but are you hearing every word?
  • A Cloud-based Unified Communications Solution that’s worth considering
  • Interactive workshops guide your strategic move to enterprise mobility 
  • Information Management Remedy: Eliminate little data pain to enable big data gain
  • The CIO’s and CFO’s Journey to Cloud Computing
  • 5 levels of social maturity for your business
  • Mobility in Banking – boom or passing phase?
  • HP Announces New BPO Business Analytics Services 

Big Data: Looking at the World through an Information Lens

By Diana M. Zavala, Director of Information Management & Analytics, HP U.S. Public Sectorsmall globe.png


With all the talk about Big Data and the recent report by the TechAmerica Foundation on Demystifying Big Data:  A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government,” we know that leveraging information brings opportunities to better serve customers and citizens.  While information can provide more transparency, agility and innovation in the business of government, information management can also tackle fraud and waste and improve business processes to save money. 

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