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.

Innovating with the criminal mind to secure $60 million at HP Discover

 “How to steal $60 million in 60 seconds” is one of the Innovation Theater session in the Security track at HP Discover. This session, delivered by Andrzej Kawalec, Chief Technologist, HP Enterprise Security Services, is about understanding how cyber criminals plan attacks that realize returns like $60 million in 60 seconds. While this session takes us into the darkest corners of Adversaries R Us, it also provides an opportunity to learn and apply a new style of thinking. I don’t expect to walk out with $60 million after this session, but I do feel very secure obtaining approximately $60 million worth of knowledge by attending the various sessions in this track. Join me in my quest to obtain $60 million worth of knowledge.

A New Style of Data Science at HP Discover

Taking a sneak peek at the various sessions in the Big Data Track for HP Discover, one of the sessions that stands out is DT3619 - When Big Data becomes truly big and truly fastby Jaap Suermondt, VP, Analytics Lab, HP Labs. This session explores improvements in how to turn data into actionable information, and how to use sensing and control analytics to better understand the physical world around us. But to shape the world at zetta scale – as the abstract suggests – we will need more than computers and data science. What we need is a New Style of Data Scientists. Say hello to Data Artists!

A brave new world of 35 innovations

Innovation is creativity applied with passion to disrupt our quality of life for the better – a definition that I applied to the Top 35 under 35 innovations published by MIT Tech Review. Doing so, I realized that these innovations can make it a greener, predictable, healthier, exciting, secure world for us to live in overall. Join me as I envision how these innovations change our life for the better (innovators referenced in parentheses).

The world of unstructured data at your fingertips

My spouse, a child-care worker, is always fascinated by how a tiny tot can mold clay into any action figure they choose. I’m fascinated by our sophomore in college as he proudly shows off a miniature replica of an architectural marvel he produced, using 3D printing technologies. What's interesting here is that it takes complex modeling software and innovative 3D printing techniques for machines to do what little children can do using their bare hands. It’s time we turned the tables on computers. Wouldn’t it be nice if we were able to mold graphical images in three dimensions to get the results we want — just like molding clay? Well, look no further and leap to this device from Leap Motion.

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