Displaying articles for: 07-29-2012 - 08-04-2012
Can you really create a virtualized engineering desktop that delivers high-dollar engineering applications anywhere needed? Can you maintain performance, protect IP, and reduce costs? John Esler and Nick Holian show how developing an engineering cloud helps you do just that.
I have met very few lazy CIOs. Typically they are facing tremendous challenges from a combination of technological change and market pressure, and they are coping quite well. Why, then, are some of them still making excuses for why they can’t incorporate cloud into the IT mix? Here’s an opportunity to alleviate some of those pressures they’re facing and improve the overall efficiency of their organizations. In this post, I explore some of the common excuses I’m hearing from CIOs, and why they’re not valid.
The phenomenal growth of data is a whirlwind-like force that IT organizations can no longer afford to ignore. What are your strategies for tackling big data and harnessing its power?
Dan Roberts wrote an article for CIO INSIGHT in which he argued that CIOs should manage Commitment, Community, Clarity and Communication to deliver successful change. I think he missed the most important C…
The winds of change are blowing through the data center, as virtualization and business logic drive Facilities and IT assets inexorably closer together. HP critical facilities expert Larry Hinman was at Discover 2012 in June explaining how new data center management frameworks can lower operating costs and improve utilization.
Tom Norton, Global Practice Director, HP Big Data Consulting, shares his unique perspective – as seen through the eyes of a former customer. In this edition of TS Straight Talk he discusses how enterprises can keep abreast of changes by partnering with a leader in Cloud and big data – HP. (more…)