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HP Software's community for IT leaders // May 2013
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March Madness provides slam-dunk analytics opportunity

The annual college basketball tourney demonstrates the potential of social media analytics. See how understanding early trends in sport-fan tweeting could also help you follow social sentiment about your business.

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Trend watch

How analytics fits your mobile future

Wikibon expert Jeff Kelly talks about how enterprises can capitalize on the combination of big data and small devices.

Info in motion

In depth

4 keys to delivering true IT value

Understanding IT’s underlying  “value streams” in this new, user-centric era lets you focus less on tasks, more on delivering what the business craves.

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Big data, analytics and Hadoop

See HP’s Irshad Raihan interviewed about Hadoop, big data and the increasing priority businesses are giving to next-generation analytics.

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

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Preparing today for tomorrow’s threats.

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Big Data as key to change management

Change is hard—and risky—in any IT organization. Learn how better analytics makes things smoother and more successful.

Information management index

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Percentage of leading BI vendors that, by 2016, will have incorporated natural-language and spoken-word capabilities.1

More than 30

Percentage of analytics projects that, by 2015, will deliver insights based on structured and unstructured data.1

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Percentage of businesses that, by 2016, will directly or indirectly monetize their information assets by trading, bartering or outright selling them, due to the financial demands of storing and managing big data.2

1"Predicts 2013: Business Intelligence and Analytics Need to Scale Up to Support Explosive Growth in Data Sources," Gartner Inc., January 2013
2"Gartner Predicts 30 Percent of Businesses Will Be Monetizing Their Information Assets Directly by 2016," Gartner Inc., January 2013

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Q: How do you turn data into information the enterprise can use?

A: To be truly successful, make sure you’re creating knowledge that business users actually use (because they deem it important), and that IT drives the ability to share information. IT must ensure that knowledge sharing is part of the enterprise culture. And the creation of knowledge can’t be an ad hoc event, but something that is continually updated and improved.

—Myles Suer, evangelist for HP’s IT Performance Management Suite, on the Discover Performance blog

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