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Top Articles for 2014: Security, Mobility and Innovation Take the Stage

iStock_000017036394_ExtraSmall.jpg“If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own.”- Henry Ford.

 

As you plan 2015, it is most likely necessary to reflect on your enterprise’s performance last year: developments, challenges and insights. However, it’s also worthwhile to learn what others found valuable in their takeaways from 2014. We’ve compiled a list of our top 5 trending articles in 2014 to highlight enterprise trends and hot topics.

Kick-start 2015 with an upgraded IT strategy (and a dose of trend reality)

Meg.jpg“…This industry is changing as fast as I've ever seen anything change in my 35-year career. The ability to move, be agile, to adapt … you have to be able to position your company, whether you're HP or any of the companies that you all run or own out there. I think change is more constant than it has ever been and you just have to think about things that you might not have thought about before.” –Meg Whitman, interview with CRN in October 2015.

 

Every company is fighting to stay relevant and innovative. We’ve assembled our top strategy and trends articles to get your company to where you want it to be in 2015.

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.  

Mobility, BYOD, Security, Future Trends: Around Enterprise Services, Feb 17

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

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

  • BYOD Policy: Data is the danger, not the device
  • Your organization, you and name recognition
  • Analysts say the time is ripe for Chief Mobility Officer
  • What happened to Nanotechnology?
  • Managing Mainframe Costs
  • Service Science and Innovation
  • Envisioning the needs of the future enterprise (part 2)
  • The Valentine of an Application Services Practitioner
  • Are your data center operations peaceful?
  • Envisioning the needs of the future enterprise (part 1)
  • 5 Tips for CFOs to Fall Back in Love with their Procure-to-Payment Processes
  • Encrypt your data on tape

Backup, Secure Printing, Healthcare, Tech Trends: Around Enterprise Services, Jan 20

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

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

 

  • The way the future, wasn't
  • Gamification and innovation
  • HP Master the Cloud Conference in Canada starts next week!
  • Backup your PC up with an HP solution
  • 2012 IT Trends
  • Print Security: ENSURING AUTHENTICATION in your printing environment. Part 3 of 5
  • Making the world a bit smaller through bandwidth
  • Innovation INSIGHT - The Year of Disruption - Reading Between the Lines for Enterprise IT
  • 1st Technical Standard for Cloud -- SOCCI from The Open Group
  • The exponential reduction in gene sequencing costs
  • The latest innovation in healthcare delivery: Accountable Care Organizations
  • Upcoming HP Mastering the Cloud event in Canada
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