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Technology, Applications

So You Have a Great App Idea…Now What?

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. - Ferris Bueller

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It seems like the fast-paced world of mobile technology would make it difficult to “stop and look around once in a while” but several recent milestones are worthy of our attention.

The growth of the mobile application industry over the last 36 months has been startling to say the least. The proliferation of app building templates marches in lockstep with that growth and in many ways has been a catalyst for that growth.

Because of this a new “appconomy” has evolved and fueled small business marketing expansion.

Business Issues, IT Performance

How your IT shop can stack up to cloud vendors

Following a services-centric model will have LOBs singing your praises

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Erik van Busschbach

Have any of the folks from the lines of business ever compared your central IT to a cloud vendor? Has anyone ever said, “I had no idea you could do things that cloud vendors do”? In the past, I’ve written about how central IT can once again own the service lifecycle, innovate the business and please customers – and in this post, I’ll explore how IT can provide services that compete with cloud vendors. HP Software Professional Services leverages a concept known as the IT Value Chain as a blueprint to transform your IT.

CIO Leadership, Technology, Cloud, IT Performance

CIO Focus Interview: Stuart Appley, Shorenstein

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Ben Stephenson

We’re starting a new CIO Focus Interview Series on the blog to get insights from some of the top thought leaders in the industry. For our first interview, I spoke with Stuart Appley, CIO at San Francisco based Shorenstein, to pick his brain about the current and future IT landscape. You can hear more from Stuart on Twitter.

Technology, IT Performance

Need For Software Testing Training

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Millions of new software applications are created year. Most of products are never used or flop to perform as it originally designed for. The difference between successful functional software and failed one is retreat software testing and proper quality assurance. Software tester is most important people, when comes to creating best performing and highly successful software application. In agile software development process, software testing professional work with the programmer’s right from the requirement and analysis stage.

Basic setup of a new cloud server with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

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There three important steps to do before using your new cloud server. 1. Create a new user. 2. Add root privileges to the new user. 3. Create a secure SSH Access. Read more on how to setup a new server on largest community

CIO Leadership, Security

The expanding circle of distrust fueled by the Internet of Things (IoT)

You may get what you pay for ... They can get what you pay with!

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HP Blogger

I whip out my device to make a payment at the checkout counter of our local hardware store.  And I pause.  Should I let the point-of-sale system extract all my data?

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Applications, Big Data, Cloud, Converged Infrastructure, IT Performance, Mobility, Security

Protecting Against Critical Infrastructure Attacks

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) was recently the target of three separate breaches. Why is this important? Created by Congress, the NRC regulates commercial nuclear power plants and other uses of nuclear materials, like nuclear medicine. They regulate three major areas, including:

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CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Now that you can choose how to consume software, how do you decide?

Cost will factor into your decision, but there are other dimensions to consider

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Michael Garrett

If you read the business and technology press, you might have the impression that the world of enterprise software is becoming entirely SaaS-based. But if you dig deeper you’ll find that the story is more complicated. Enterprises are embracing SaaS, certainly, but instead of merely looking to consume software on a subscription basis, what they’re really looking for is choice. We’re certainly seeing this with our HP Software Professional Services customers.

Software that’s not one size fits all

Business Issues, IT Performance

A big-picture mind-set drives automation value

Want value from automation? Then stop thinking small

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I often talk to HP Software Professional Services customers about their automation projects. Not long ago, a customer was wrestling with how to make a strong business case for automation. The client had plenty of experience with automation, but was unsure what value it brought the company.