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.

Are you ready to be amazed by Intel at HP Discover Barcelona?

Are you ready to be amazed by what HP and Intel have in store for you this year? This is the question posed in this post, in which Intel invites HP Discover attendees to “Experience some of the platform and technology advancements that will become essential to the way we work, the way we live, and to our social interaction.” This post piqued my curiosity and made me wonder what could be so “amazing” about the Intel sessions at this conference. Here are my thoughts based on a quick review.

Old Style Enterprises must take action driven by the New Style of IT

In his New York Times article, How Not to Stay on Top, Joe Nocera discusses two companies that were the leaders in their space, and, in their heyday, positioned to grow in the years that followed. Or so they thought. For various reasons detailed in the article, they lost their market share to other companies who emerged with products that better met the evolving demands of the consumer. It was not a question of quality, or cost, or service. What was in question was the market demand for the products as they were originally designed. So, in hindsight, what could these companies have done to ensure that they stayed ahead of their competition? Let’s explore this further.

New Style of IT drives 300 blog posts with 500 followers

Two years into blogging, I look back to my 1st, 100th and 200th post with great interest. As I review posts 200 – 300, published in the last six months, I see they align very well with the New Style of IT characterized by HP CEO Meg Whitman in her keynote at HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas. Coincidentally, I reached another milestone at the same time — 500 followers — who have made it an enlightening experience with their comments, coffee talk, tweet jams, twitter chats and web jams.

 

Please join me in this tour of my last 100 posts over 6 months culminating in Post #300

Inauguration of the New CIO

Presidential inaugurations herald the dawn a new term, filled with aspirations of many, including the ambitious goals of the Commander-in-Chief. The inaugural address charts a course for the next four years. As I watched the inaugural ceremonies, I thought of newly appointed CIOs who must be ready to deliver their own version of an inaugural address. Every new CIO must lay out their priorities, based on the business and IT drivers for their enterprise.

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