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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 

Best Practices for Unified Communications and Collaboration

By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager


UC Graphic.pngOver the past few months, I’ve been blogging about the benefits of Unified Communications (UC). I’ve covered several UC topics. Today, I’m going to let someone else do the talking for me via a Frost & Sullivan white paper titled Best Practices for Deploying Unified Communications & Collaboration – The Role of Services in UC&C.

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

Unified Communications Tools can improve workforce productivity

By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager


UCC.gifIn the past, I’ve talked about the practical ways Unified Communication (UC) can be implemented to help an organization be more efficient and successful. One of the most practical things about a unified communications solution is its ability to increase your organization’s efficiency and productivity by giving employees a streamlined way to keep up with all of their communications devices – email, instant messaging, voice mail, mobile messaging, audio, Web and video conferencing just to name a few.

Using Unified Communications as a Service to bring your communications tools together

By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager


HP Enterprise Cloud Services - Unified CommunicationsWe live in an on-demand, ultra-connected world with communications gadgets that seem eerily similar to the stuff we see in science fiction movies. We expect to be able to reach anyone at anytime, and I don’t know about you, but I get a bit irritated when I can’t get in touch with someone instantly. And why not, we’ve got numerous ways to communicate now – mobile phones, email, Twitter, Facebook, texting, instant messages – so I SHOULD be able to reach someone immediately via at least one of these methods. This is great for me, but somewhat challenging for companies.

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