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Geotagging gets social


By Lisa Turner, HP Innovation Insight

he emergence of geotagging, or collective filtering, which allows the addition of geographical identification metadata to such media as photos, video, websites, and QR codes, has gone a long way in helping users find information based specifically on location.

Big Data, Applications, BYOD – Around Enterprise Services, Jul 20

Unified CommunicationsBy Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing


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

  • Innovations from HP Labs improve patient care -- one day at a time
  • Big data and automation
  • Big Data Technologies #HPESChat Recap
  • Extending applications personalities to cloud computing service providers
  • What to do about BYOD?
  • Unified Communications Tools can improve workforce productivity
  • A utility services could be your best option
  • Value your applications to balance your portfolio
  • A Digital Government by design: Make it matter – Part 2 
  • Is your business prepared for an unexpected disaster?
  • Exploring Big Data Technologies
  • Ring Fencing to trigger growth of Cloud Computing in the Financial Industry
  • Financial Institution Shareholders steer IT Conversation towards Cloud Computing
  • Lessons from the 10 largest health data breaches of 2012
  • The rise of Outsourcing-as-a-Service

Innovations from HP Labs improve patient care -- one day at a time

I was reading the recent edition of HP Industry Edge Health and Life Sciences edition with great interest. On Page 10, you will see how key innovations from HP Labs have been applied in the Healthcare industry to improve overall patient experience at hospitals. As I read this article by Jaap Suermondt, Lab Director, Services and Solutions Research Lab, Director of Healthcare Research, HP Labs, I slowly began to digest the practical significance of these innovations. It lead me to visualize how a day in the life of a patient at a hospital could be thanks to these innovations.

Celebrating the independence of blogging on the Fourth of July

My blogging career started a year ago on July 6, 2011 when HP Blogger Michele Degani asked me if I would be interested in publishing a blog post on the topic of Applications Transformation being a journey or destination. It was exhilarating to see how quickly I could share my thoughts with the rest of the world in contrast to the time it had taken me in the past to write and publish my formal publications. I experienced a glorious feeling of independence, which seems appropriate as the United States celebrates the Fourth of July this week. This feeling of “blogger” independence allows me to express my thoughts and engage in lively discussions just like I would in any social setting. I was hooked, and I am thoroughly enjoying blogging. So during this moment of celebration, I want to share my experiences as an HP blogger, navigating through my posts and highlighting their nuances as I sit back, relax and study their gradual evolution over the past year.

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