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Get faster value from ‘infrastructure as code’

Today’s market pressures mean developers have to code faster and smarter. Empower them to build infrastructure with their app code—instead of waiting around.

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IT leadership

Your IT job just got faster and flatter

From the power of Big Data to analysts’ reading of Microsoft’s layoffs, everything points to a new kind of IT team, focused on continuous delivery. Everyone, from CIO to developer, should take notice.

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Enterprise 20/20

Why your IT automation effort is just another mess

Too many ops organizations approach automation in a way that makes things more complex, not less.

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Analyst insight

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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Rugged DevOps: Securing fast delivery

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Rugged DevOps guru James Wickett joins Paul Muller and DevOps expert Damon Edwards to discuss the security aspect of a continuous delivery culture on Discover Performance Weekly.

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Meg Whitman: Deliver amazing apps now

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What is the orchestrated datacenter?

Respond strategically to the way cloud, mobile, Big Data, and more are revolutionizing enterprise users’ IT expectations. (On demand)

Social media brings the help desk back to the people

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Q: How are enterprise employees’ IT needs changing?

A: We have looked at the needs of the different departments in the enterprise, realizing that while two years ago we could meet all the needs of the employee with a notebook or a desktop, the diversity of mobility requirements has introduced a wide spectrum of different devices within the enterprise. Now, when we design our portfolio for the enterprise, we start with tablets, we go to detachables, we have convertibles, we have notebooks, we have desktops, and we have workstations. And all of this is driven by the different needs in terms of mobility and the different applications that the employees use.

— Enrique Lores, SVP and GM for Business Personal Systems in HP’s Printing and Personal Systems, on the HP Discover Insider blog

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