Mike has spent 30 years at HP in development, product management and latterly, product marketing.
Mike's team is responsible for marketing cross-IT solutions for HP Software including cloud, application transformation, and converged infrastructure.
Our #CIOchat on Thursday Oct. 9 focuses on the impact of cognitive computing on CIOs. What is cognitive computing, you ask?
Well, that's exactly what our intrepid crew of chatsters will be exploring. Meanwhile, click here for a complex answer to a question that can be simply answered cognitive systems are ones that think like humans. The questions were submiited by HP Fellow and ECF blogger Charlie Bess.
A lot has been written about turning IT into a strategic asset. One particularly interesting article about it is based on interviews with the outgoing and incoming CIOs at Accenture. In HuffPo no less...
Agility, standardization, collaboration, open culture, understanding the business, all businesses are digital, and partnerships are the key maxims.
This is not exactly a Big Data project, but it's a very important data project. Case tracking data is becoming a bigger priority in the battle against Ebola. Indeed, it has been difficult given the undeveloped countries where the battle is being fought, according to a Sept. 8 an InformationWeek story.
We've long talked about IT as a service and the deepening role of the CIO as service broker. This week in our #CIOchat where we regularly get 4-6 CIOs, we'll be discussing this well-worn topic. The chat is 2-3 p.m. ET on Thursday, hashtag #CIOchat .
A spate of ECF service broker posts were published in 2012 when debate raged about the CIO becoming obsolete in the enterprise. The notion that the end was near for CIOs seems to have subsided a bit as many have adapted and embraced forward looking technology services such cloud computing.
The number of small/medium businesses in the world is growing. This is, of course, recognized by governments – many Prime Ministers and Presidents are looking to SMB’s to lead their countries out of recession.
I see this trend inside HP marketing. We are increasingly using SMB’s for campaign material generation, newsletter generation, and so on.