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· Real-time IT alert notifications extend HP Openview
Potsdam, Germany, 8 November 2011: Derdack (www.derdack.com), provider of advanced enterprise notification software today announced that Sonda, a leading data centre provider in Costa Rica, has deployed message master® Enterprise Alert at the heart of its managed service offering. The advanced notification software, which has been integrated with the HP Openview IT monitoring solution, has helped Sonda to improve performance against service level agreements (SLA) for its largest public sector client, and elevate customer service to new heights.
Sonda provides managed services to medium and large enterprises. However a reliance on basic email as the channel for communicating faults led to situations where IT engineers did not always receive timely notifications. This could potentially impact service availability which in turn would harm Sonda’s reputation for customer service.
· New app enables easier mobilisation and remote management of critical incidents
Potsdam, Germany, 29 September 2011: Derdack (www.derdack.com), provider of advanced enterprise notification software today announced the launch of a Blackberry application (app) which enhances the management of critical IT alerts and supports push notifications. The app complements the functionality of IT management products such as Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), Service Manager (SCSM), HP Operations Center, IBM Tivoli Monitoring, BMC Remedy and others. It empowers IT staff to remotely acknowledge, respond to and resolve incidents faster and more easily.
Top Mexican Brewer Boosts Operations with Improved Mobile Application Testing Solution from Hexaware and HP
Innovative automation framework halves testing costs and cuts test execution time by almost two-thirds for Heineken’s Mexican subsidiary Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma
London, United Kingdom – September 29th, 2011 – Hexaware Technologies, a leading global provider of IT and consulting services, today announced the implementation of a mobile application testing solution in association with HP (Hewlett Packard). The company has delivered an innovative mobile application test automation framework to Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma, the Mexican subsidiary of Heineken, the third largest brewer in the world.
There’s an app for that: IP EXPO launches its MY VISIT app for Android, BlackBerry and iPhone users
London, UK – 21st September 2011 – IP EXPO, the UK’s largest enterprise IT event, today launched a mobile phone application to enhance its customer experience programme, MY VISIT. The application, which supports all major smart phone operating systems (including Android, BlackBerry and iPhone), is a practical tool and a social sharing platform all wrapped into one. Download the application today at www.ipexpo.co.uk/mobile.
IP EXPO is the only event in the UK where visitors can explore the entire technology stack, from virtualization to security, and see how technology works together. The impressive, free programme of seminars, hands-on labs and panel sessions boasts tech legends such as Steve Wozniak, Chief Scientist of Fusion-io and co-founder of Apple. Just a few of the major players who will be exhibiting at IP EXPO this year include the likes of Aruba, Brocade, Cisco, Citrix, CommVault, DataCore, Dell, EMC, Fusion-io, Google, HP, Huawei, Juniper, Microsoft, Mitel, NEC, NetApp, Oracle, Quest Software, Shoretel, Symantec, VMware, and Vodafone.
You may have seen the HP EliteBook PC Tablet on the hit T.V. show Project Runway. I admit that I watch the show and have been wondering if it is a better use the HP tablet or a Wacom tablet. I’ve chosen to use the HP EliteBook as an example for most tablet PCs. I am comparing it to the Wacom Cintiq series because they both allow you to draw directly on the screen like the HP tablet .
The HP EliteBook allows you the versatility of a computer and touchscreen at once. I recommend this tablet or other PC tablet with a touchscreen if all you need it for is quick sketching or note taking on the go. If you want more detailed drawings, then I would recommend a Cintiq. It gives you more precision.
PALO ALTO, Calif., Aug. 1, 2011
HP today announced two special financing programs(1) to help chief information officers (CIOs) manage the competing demands of steadily increasing storage requirements and restricted budgets, many of which have not rebounded to prerecession levels.
Companies are challenged with controlling the massive amounts of data produced on a daily basis. Experts say five exabytes of data are created every two days(2) and predict this amount of data will grow at least 40 percent year over year.(3) However, because most unified and monolithic storage in use today was built for the needs of businesses in the past, the need to upgrade to more flexible and powerful storage has never been more pressing.