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3 Capabilities Every Oil & Gas Executive Should Be Deploying Right Now

HP20140315609.jpgYou can’t go far without hearing someone talking about the latest gas prices, and as such, the oil industry has been pushed into the spotlight. But despite how the market is reacting, it doesn’t change the fact that for an oil & gas exec, the bottom line is always under scrutiny.

 

Chief Technology Officer of HP Enterprise Services, Energy, Dave Bennett takes a look at three capabilities which oil & gas executives can use to drive innovation and efficiency, while optimizing their current place in the spotlight.

The New Style of Entertainment: Innovation, Big Data, IoT and more

HP20140317934 smaller.jpgIn the thick of awards season, and on the eve of one most buzzed about film festivals, Sundance Film Festival, it’s apparent that entertainment has become more creative, interactive and tech-supported than ever. What’s more, consumer entertainment preferences have drastically changed.

 

Keeping up these trends comes with challenges. We take a look at some of the defining consumer Media and Entertainment (M&E) trends, while detailing how a leading M&E organization can respond.

Enterprise Forward: 3 things, 3 years – What communication sector executives need to know

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3 things, 3 years: What communication sector executives need to know

 

Evolution or revolution? Near-term advances in telecommunications will come with incredible opportunities for open source platforms, heterogeneous networks, and other innovative solutions. But enterprises will also be faced with new security challenges to support the new communications environment. In this Enterprise Forward article, Chief Technologist Jeff Edlund outlines three game-changing things to know about the next three years.  

HP Discover: Journey to Discover, a look at HP across industries

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Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, there are endless aspects that make a trip possible.  Little did you know, HP is working behind the scenes to make Airlines, Communications, Banking, Automotive,  and more possible.  Visit HP Discover in Barcelona December 10-12, 2013.

Healthy hospitals need a healthy cloud and robust mobility

Hospitals exist to take care of our health. Medical personnel use various devices to periodically monitor our key vital signs and in some cases recommend continuous monitoring processes to ensure our sustained wellbeing. A hospital can efficiently service its customers if it has a healthy IT infrastructure -- including its cloud computing-based solutions, as well as the connectivity provided by its mobile solutions. Just like we monitor our vital signs at predetermined intervals, hospitals must also ensure that the enabling IT infrastructure is continuously enabled and effective to deliver on the service level expectations of its customers. Therefore, a hospital must do a "health check" by monitoring the vital signs of its cloud computing and mobility solutions.

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