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Mobility's next phase

Wearables: When and how they’ll change enterprise IT

With the announcement of Apple Watch, suddenly wearable technology seems a nearer future than ever. Should enterprise IT take action?

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Calculate your risk

What will cyber crime cost you?

Security expert Larry Ponemon unveils a tool to estimate how much cyber attacks could cost your organization, and previews his 2014 cost of cyber crime report.

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Expertise in action

Elance-oDesk matches vision and speed as a software-driven business

Connecting freelance workers to employers worldwide, and providing their work-management platform, requires smarter, faster IT teams.

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Big Data insight

Field notes: How analytics leaders thrive

Smart companies are developing strategies to deal with tool chaos, talent crises, and the need to make Big Data investments pay off.

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Enterprise 20/20

Can Big Data save your help desk?

People are messy, compared to your structured help desk systems. Soon, Big Data tools will make service desk interactions a little more human.

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Overview

How to follow your mobile user’s fingertips

You don’t know whether your mobile app is any good until you know what’s happening right in the device.

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CIO insight

DevOps: Trust, culture, and business success

Discover Performance Weekly talks to Gene Kim, and also Jez Humble, about what distinguishes a high-performing enterprise.

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Enterprise 20/20

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.

Employee 20/20

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

Data Center 20/20

The innovation and revenue engine of the enterprise.

Dev Center 20/20

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

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?

Security 20/20

Preparing today for tomorrow’s threats.

Mobility 20/20

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

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Discover Performance Weekly

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

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.

Meg Whitman: Power to deliver great apps

Meg and HP Software EVP Robert Youngjohns discuss how businesses can tap into big trends and HP innovation to deliver amazing applications that excite and engage audiences. (Oct. 1)

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Q: What’s really driving change for enterprise IT today?

A: Over the past several years, one of the biggest trends driving change at an enterprise IT level has been the consumerization of IT and the blurring of the lines between the use of personal and work devices. This, along with the growth of cloud-based technologies and apps, has led to an increasingly mobile workforce who expect to be able to access information at anytime, from anywhere, and through multiple devices—often of their own choosing.

David Eaton, CTO for HP New Zealand, on the Enterprise Services blog

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