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Better analytics, better apps

Know more, share more, screw up less: Three ways rich analytics offer faster fixes—and fewer problems in the first place.

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The HP leader who surveyed 650 companies tells us what CIOs can learn from the best in the field.

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Increasingly, a CIO’s value will come from mastering analytics for IT performance and business strategy—together.

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Todd DeCapua, Shunra’s VP of channel operations and services, gives a quick overview of performance testing for mobile devices, apps, and networks.

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This tool evaluates the correlation between IT attributes and business success and, based on how your answers compare with average scores, will advise you where to invest in IT.

It is based on data HP collected from 650 global companies about a range of IT characteristics (server capacities, approach to information management, security, BYOD, etc.) and how they correlate to revenue gain. This assessment will compare your answers to the average scores in that study.

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Enterprise 20/20

Dev Center 20/20

How will we organize development centers for the apps that will power our enterprises?

Introduction to Enterprise 20/20

What will a successful enterprise look like in the future?

CIO 20/20

Challenges and opportunities for the CIO of the future.

Marketing 20/20

Welcome to a new reality of split-second decisions and marketing by the numbers.

IT Operations 20/20

How can you achieve the data center of the future?

Employee 20/20

What the workforce of 2020 can expect from IT, and what IT can expect from the workforce.

Security 20/20

Preparing today for tomorrow’s threats.

Mobility 20/20

Looking toward the era when everyone — and everything — is connected.

Data Center 20/20

The innovation and revenue engine of the enterprise.

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Events

Ramón Baez: The changing role of the CIO

HP’s CIO discusses the transformational shifts under way, from how business is done and the role of technology to the IT solutions themselves.

Big Data changes everything

HP CEO Meg Whitman discusses how connected intelligence will drive IT operations, application development, IT security, marketing, compliance—and the bottom line. (On demand)

Mastering full-funnel optimization

To understand, engage, and convert your best customers, you need to leverage and integrate all the data at hand from search, social, and mobile.

The importance of end-to-end requirements management

As multiple factors—mobile, Agile, Big Data—have changed the pace of application development, you need total traceability.

Discover Performance Weekly

HP Software’s Paul Muller hosts a weekly video digging into the hottest IT issues. Check out the latest episode.

Applications index

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Percentage of IT leaders who expect their software release cycle to be twice as fast in 2020.1

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Percentage of IT leaders who expect their software release cycle to be at least five times faster in 2020.1

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Percentage of large organizations that will, by 2016, have internal Facebook-like social networks (30 percent of which will be considered as essential as email and telephones are today).2

1“Quick Poll: IT Executives’ Vision For 2020,” IDG, May 2012      
2Predicts 2013: Social and Collaboration Go Deeper and Wider,” Gartner Inc., November 2012.

One question

Q: Is Google Glass a game changer?

A: It’s a mistake to dismiss technology just because, on your own, you struggle, as I do here, to figure out the right applications of it. It’s conceivable that lots of smart people doing lots of experimentation will determine myriad creative ways to apply this to change how you serve customers, take care of patients, do police work, etc. I view the glasses as less about the technology itself and more about it being a new platform for a new set of applications that have the potential to change things. I’d say we’d all be wise to keep an eye on Google Glass, pun intended.

—John Gallant, chief content officer, IDG Enterprises, on the Enterprise CIO Forum

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