Journey through Enterprise IT Services
In Journey through Enterprise IT Services, Nadhan, HP Distinguished Technologist, explores the IT Services industry, and discusses technology trends in simplified terms.

It is time to build a better enterprise. Together at HP Discover.

Nefkins.pngHave you taken the TEW for a test drive? If not, I hope you could attend the keynote address by Mike Nefkens, VP, HP Enterprise Services. Nefkens presented a real Transformation Roadmap, which HP built, making the point that — when it comes to Enterprise Services (ES) — such roadmaps are more than PowerPoint slides. So, what does it take for an organization to make their Transformation Roadmap real for its customers? Nefkens said, “It must be an organization that can build a better enterprise together for its customers.” He also made the following statements about the HP ES business unit. If you’re a skeptic like me, you might wonder how real these claims are.

 

HP Enterprise Services:

 

1.  Brings the best of HP together to deliver the outcomes that matter. At HP Discover, you get to see everything that HP has to offer: the underlying infrastructure, the servers hosted in these environments, the enabling software and solutions that run on them, and the services that bring the right solutions together along with innovations from HP Labs. But the one stop shop to get it all is HP ES.

 

2.  Is back with a swagger. HP is the best partner to help you bridge from the old style of IT to the New Style of IT. Multiple HP ES customers shared their partnership experience to prove this piont:

3.  Redefines the industry for managed services for New Style of IT. Here, I’ll let the numbers speak for themselves:

  • HP ES operates in 135 countries
  • across 8 cyber-security centers
  • with 12 global cloud cores providing these services
  • in 82 leveraged data centers
  • preventing 2.3B security events daily.

4.  Delivers solutions across Advise, Transform and Manage phases. The Transformation Experience Workshop is a classic example of taking an enterprise from their current state to the desired state. This involves defining a roadmap and executing upon it as a trusted partner (serving as a Transformation GPS of sorts) while leveraging solutions and tools that enable the right components across the transformation lifecycle.

 

5.  Delivers outcome based solutions that help you meet your business needs. For proof of this, just take a look at the solutions Kevin Bacon outlined when he introduced Whitman for her keynote.

 

There you go.  What you have here are the facts that I gathered based upon the keynotes in addition to my own personal experiences and observations attending the conference.  So, what more can you do to see how real Nefkens’s claims are?  Take the Transformation Experience Workshop for a test drive.

 

Connect with Nadhan on: Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Journey Blog.

 

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