For decades now, the human mind has adjusted itself to computers by providing and retrieving structured data in two-dimensional worksheets with constraints on format, data types, list of values, etc. But, this is not the way the human mind has been architected to work. Our minds have the uncanny ability to capture the essence of what is being conveyed in a facial expression in a photograph, the tone of voice or inflection in an audio and the body language in a video. At the HP Discover conference, Autonomy VP for United States, Stouffer Egan showed the audience how software can begin to do what the human mind has being doing since the dawn of time. In a demonstration where Iron Man came live out of a two-dimensional photograph, Egan turned the tables on computers. It is about time computers started thinking like us rather than us forcing us to think like them.
By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
- Moving the House that IT Built to Cloud Computing
- HP Masters Global Cloud Computing Theme with a Canadian Perspective in Montreal
- Abundance -- the book
- Cloud Computing Strategy Outlined at HP Master the Cloud Event in Montreal
- Intel outlines their Cloud Computing Strategy at HP Master the Cloud Event
- Hybrid applies to Cloud Computing, Montreal and Cars at the HP Master the Cloud Event
- Curing Technology Infrastructure and Applications Blues
- Where Will Unified Communications Take Us in 2012?
- Unstructured data analytics: The new gold mine
- Using technology to get in the last word
- Caution: One Cloud may hide another. Don't be distracted by IaaS, SaaS is where it's at.
- MAINTAINING COMPLIANCE through a secure print environment. Part 4 of 5.
- Cloud fallout
By Scott Walters, Business Solutions Leader, HP Enterprise Information Solutions, HP Enterprise Services
Unstructured data is the "noise" that makes up 95 percent of the digital universe. Don't drown in this disorganized intelligence. Embrace it.