The next BriefingsDirect innovator interview targets how the recent and rapid
evolution of mobile and client management requirements have caused
considerable complexity and confusion.
We’ll examine how incomplete solutions and a lack of a clear pan-client
strategy have hampered the move to broader mobile support at enterprises and
mid-market companies alike. This state of muddled direction has put IT in a
bind, while frustrating users who are eager to gain greater productivity and
flexibility in their work habits, and device choice.
To share his insights on how to better prepare for a mobile-enablement future
that quickly complements other IT imperatives such as cloud, big data, and
even more efficient data centers, we’re joined by Tom Kendra, Vice
President and General Manager, Systems Management at Dell Software. The
discussion is moderated by me, Dana Gardner, Pr... (more)
Creating big-data capabilities and becoming a data-driven organization are
near the tops of surveys for the most pressing business imperatives as we
These improved business-intelligence (BI) trends are requiring better access
and automation across data flows from a variety of sources, formats, and from
many business applications.
The next BriefingsDirect panel discussion then focuses on ways that
enterprises are effectively harvesting data in all its forms, and creating
integration that fosters better use of big data throughout the business
The next edition of the HP Discover Podcast Series details how German telco
EWE TEL has solved performance complexity across an extended enterprise
billing process by using service virtualization.
In doing so, EWE has significantly improved applications performance and
quality for their end users, while also gaining predictive insights in the
composite application services behavior. The use-case will be featured next
week at the HP Discover conference in Barcelona.
To learn more about how EWE is leveraging service virtualization technologies
and techniques for composite applicati... (more)
Business trends like bring your own device (BYOD) are forcing organizations
to safely allow access to all kinds of applications and resources anytime,
anywhere, and from any device.
According to research firm MarketsandMarkets, the demand for improved
identity and access management (IAM) technology is estimated to grow from
more than $5 billion this year to over $10 billion in 2018.
The explosive growth -- doubling of the market in five years -- will also
fuel the move to more pervasive use of identity and access management as a
service (IDaaS). The cloud variety of IAM will be d... (more)
The relationship between enterprise IT and lines of business leadership has
not always been rosy. Sometimes IT holds the upper hand, and sometimes the
business does an end-run around IT to use new tools or processes. They might
even call it innovation.
Today, with the push toward big data and business intelligence (BI), a new
chasm is growing between enterprise IT groups and business units. But, in
this case, it could be disastrous because IT should be a big part of the big
The next BriefingsDirect discussion therefore examines how an ebb and flow
between IT cen... (more)