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.

Outpacing the market by innovating for success at HP Discover

Chris Moyer, CTO and Fellow and John McGuire, Senior VP, Global Sales from HP Enterprise Services addressed two questions in a track session at HP Discover in Frankfurt: Can your IT outpace the market? How to innovate for success? To reinforce their answers, they made market observations and used actual examples of how HP customers used Cloud, Information Optimization, and Security solutions to address situations in their own enterprises.

Discover the sexiest job of the 21st Century in the world of Big Data

The Harvard Business Review profiles the Data Scientist as “the Sexiest Job of the 21st Century.” Data Scientists are a new breed, with analytical minds. They know what to look for in the maze of data we live within. They have skills that have evolved with experience. And they creatively apply the right thought, at the right time, with the right context, on the right data. The job of Data Scientists is as "sexy" as the information they can glean and present to real-world users. To that end, they need to identify the right opportunities. What are some of the approaches for identifying big opportunities for big data?

Sentiment analysis should not be a one-time activity

So, here I am watching with great interest, two candidates furiously debating weeks before the upcoming election for public office.  The channel I am watching has a real-time feed at the bottom of the TV screen that represents the feelings of the male and female "undecided" voters on a position taken by either candidate.  You can see the colored lines for men and women going in waves at various points in the debate with the sentiments changing in real time.  However, these sentiments are captured only for a particular period of time.  When the debate is over, the sentiment is no longer visible.  I wish we had the ability to capture the sentiments on a sustained basis at any point in time across a wide geography.  I am sure the candidates would like this too!

Will Big Data continue to be a big deal in years to come?

Big Data. Is it yet another term that has come, caught our attention for a period of time and is slowly on its way to becoming history? There are several precedents like object oriented programming, client-server computing, enterprise application integration (EAI) and integration brokers that have come and gone. Will we still be talking about big data – say 5 years from now? I wonder.

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