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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software UK

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  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise brought together 60 business leaders to discuss about digital disruption. With a killer keynote by Geoffrey Moore, a lively panel of top executives and a thought-provoking session by IDC’s Thomas Meyer, the evening turned out to be inspiring and rich of insights.
  • There is a growing need for businesses to offer services that can be consumed quickly and efficiently, without the end users worrying about which particular applications or cloud services providers are involved or on what devices presents significant challenges to traditional ways of operating IT. In meeting these needs IT has the challenge of competing with 3rd party Services Providers who may be more agile and more cost effective than traditional IT offerings.

    In this seminar we will explore through examples:

    The current business pressures that are leading to IT departments becoming Service Brokers
    The business changes necessary for the Service Broker model to be adopted
    The importance of the customer experience and making IT services easy to access and use for employees
    The potential benefits of becoming a Service Broker
  • Join us on Friday 4 March to learn more about how HPE Storage Optimizer can support your IT needs by helping you cut the cost of storing and managing vast volumes of unstructured data—without impacting end users or introducing new sources of risk and complexity. 
  • Everything is getting digitized - everything is becoming “software empowered”. Who is writing all this software? It is central IT or is it business IT and the third parties they employ? How can central IT ensure that it is relevant this exciting new, software empowered, world?
  • Digital disruption of business models and operational processes for many companies is already commonplace and is well documented. To survive many companies looking for accelerated delivery of new services using radically new approaches to building and supporting their underlying IT systems to allow both faster change as well as better and more agile engagement with their customers. The opportunities presented by the new models for software development, cloud and enhanced automation of operations require the fundamental operating models for many companies to be radically reshaped.

    This seminar will explore though case studies

    · how best to exploit the lessons, operating models and technologies illustrated by the DevOps movement in reshaping the operating model for service management

    · how to ensure successful adoption of the new approaches

    The new operating models support the goal of focusing IT on its core purpose of supporting the business and this webinar will illustrate how the service management function can successfully embrace the new approaches and be an agent for change.
  • Will your industry be digitally disrupted like the music, video and newspaper industries have? Almost certainly, yes. Maybe not this year, but digitization will eventually affect all industries. What kinds of disruption are there? What should you do when under a digital disruption attack? And very importantly, how should IT arrange itself to take advantage of digitization while minimising the impact of any digital disruption attacks?
  • Cloud computing is all about improving agility and efficiency for organisations but the focus is often on the speed to provision infrastructure and services. But what about all the ongoing management and maintenance processes that go with it? If you are going to improve the deployment of services using public or private cloud it is important to look at how you improve the efficiency of the processes around it.

    Learn how process automation technology can help you automate common tasks and processes to improve the speed of delivery, improve the quality of services and take out cost.
  • LeanFT is a vendor agnostic, powerful, lightweight , developer oriented and cost-effective test automation solution built specifically for continuous testing.

    Perfect for Developers/Testers, Test Automation engineers, Continuous testing, Agile and Dev/Ops-centric teams it:

    - Builds robust and stable tests that deal well with changes in the AUT
    - Develops testing scripts using modern object-oriented programing language, such as C#, Java, and their hosting frameworks’ libraries
    - Enables and encourages dev-QA collaboration in agile teams by using the same tool for development and testing. LeanFT features functional testing capabilities in Visual Studio and Eclipse so you can maximize productivity with the tools you’re familiar with.
    - Maintains consistency of testing models. LeanFT adapts to changes in the underlying application
    - provides a lightweight HTML report that details the test execution flow and tracks failures at each step.

    Join us on Friday 16 October to learn more and to see our LeanFT product demo
  • One very big challenge we have in IT is “what is the big picture”. We hear so much about technological advances and trends like cloud and the internet of things that many organisations become confused and seem to think that these are the big picture – but they are not! These are simply different types of ways IT can be delivered and technological advances.

    So why is this “big picture” so elusive? If you think about it most IT people are quite obsessed with IT. It’s their job after all. IT advances seem to come thick and fast resulting in yet another project, yet another new thing to deliver, and yet another set of problems and issues to resolve. So it’s not really a shock to see that IT people can become easily engrossed in technology and not focused on “the big picture”.

    Does a big picture actually exist? Well yes, as at last there is a Reference Architecture designed specifically for running the business of IT which utilises fundamental concepts such as viewing IT as a value chain, supported by value stream. This is called IT4IT™ and it has been produced by The OpenGroup http://www.opengroup.org/IT4IT

    So how can the big picture help with Continual Service Improvement? Well, at last we have an overarching architecture which we can use to drive improvements focused on maximising value back to the business, and not just improving IT for the sake of it! This also allows organisations to identify small incremental steps that are more manageable and achievable for them to deliver whilst gradually moving closer to the “big picture”.

    This session will introduce IT4IT™ and give some practical examples of how it can be used within the context of Continual Service Improvement
  • Between April and July of 2015, Gatepoint Research invited selected European executives to participate in a survey themed Enterprise Software Security Strategies. 71% of those surveyed report being very or critically concerned with application-related security and yet an astonishing 76% has not deployed application security testing solutions to help address the problem. This webinar will review the results of the survey in detail and show how you can address the top challenges identified. It will give practical steps that you can take to implement a comprehensive application security program that ensure that all applications are tested for security vulnerabilities prior to release. It will also discuss how, over time, you can mature this program and implement a full Secure Software Development Life-cycle to address the problem at source.

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