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Posts about next generation technologies and their effect on business.

75 years of Hewlett Packard

1939_hp.jpgBack on January 1, 1939, Hewlett Packard was founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard.

 

check out the HP virtual museum to see some of the foundational technologies from the birth of Silicon Valley.

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HP Byron Nelson Golf Tournament

splash-20120427.jpgThis weekend is the HP Byron Nelson Golf tournament. It is one of DFW’s biggest sports attractions and I’ll be out there today.

 

One of the features is the HP technology zone where anyone can touch some of the latest devices HP has on the market. 

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Application transformation allowing you do to more with more

Today, HP is announcing new applications transformation capabilities to help organizations do more with more -- more mobile devices, more platforms in a wider variety of locations.

 

Everyone is familiar with how traditional IT applications consume the majority of the budget keeping the existing organization working. These systems of record build up over time and need to be examined periodically for the value they provide. Over the next couple of days, I am going to put out some posts about the changing expectations of applications and the transformations that can take place in business and the new levels of business value that can be generated.

 

To help with this I’ve included some videos from Geoffrey Moore so here is the first one that introduces the concepts of systems of record and systems of engagement:

 

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Yes, organizations need to do more with more and if it is well planned it can even cost less too.

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  • Steve Simske is an HP Fellow and Director in the Printing and Content Delivery Lab in Hewlett-Packard Labs, and is the Director and Chief Technologist for the HP Labs Security Printing and Imaging program.
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