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Michele is currently Channel and Industry Solution Marketing for NetIQ and has previously been Solution Marketing for the Business Service Management Solution and the Operations Center product. In this role I work with the solution, product, sales and partner teams to bring NetIQ solutions to the market, grow awareness and provide the tools that enable our sales and partner organizations to be successfully with our customers. Previously, I have marketed and managed products in the IT Systems Management market at Software Artistry, IBM Tivoli, Novell and now NetIQ; I advised and consulted IT organizations, service providers and vendors as a senior analyst at META Group; I developed applications within an insurance company and trained as a systems engineer with EDS. I have been in IT, consulted, developed products and delivered solutions to the market for >25 years and still find new things to learn with each adventure! I currently enjoy an external blog community, Business Service Management Hub, that I and some colleagues across the industry share experiences, process, tips, tricks, best practices, etc. Come join the discussion too! I'm an avid NFL, Red Sox and local Washington DC sports fan, GO Skins & Nats, who enjoys gardening, cooking and all my traveling adventures. I earned my degree at James Madison University (and bleed purple) and am a native Virginian. Follow Me: @HudnallsHuddle @BSMHub @NetIQ_OpsCtr

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This post reminds me of the very early days in my career as an application developer on a Medicare claims processing system. I took on the responsibility of a large subsystem implementation that year where I was responsible for the requirements definition, specification and subsequently the testing of the new subsystem, Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP). Why the…

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Jul 24, 2014
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    Let’s face it, Healthcare has much to be gained by going digital with medical and health records and sharing of information. The Federal Government has allocated $24B in funding as of March 2014 to promote the use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and yet the US still falls behind other countries in the…

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A recent article in InformationWeek’s HealthCare section, Health IT’s True Mission: Baptist Health CIO Speaks, is a good example of the topics of technology driving innovation and efficiency for healthcare providers. There are so many manual processes, non-integrated systems and access to shared information that can drive a higher quality of care in most healthcare organizations. While when…

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Jun 6, 2014
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Mobility and access from anywhere, anytime and any device continues to be a challenge for many organizations. Organizations require the flexibility of access and IT must maintain security without imposing undue inconvenience on the user, whether they be corporate employees, field employees, contractors, suppliers, customers, etc. Each role requires access to services with varying degrees…

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Aug 14, 2013
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I have spent the last couple of weeks working with one of our partners with regards to a solution encompassing of technology and services to meet the most immediate requirements for their healthcare customers.It also provided an opportunity to do a little research on our current healthcare customers and solutions that they subscribe to using…

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Jul 29, 2013
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Not yet, but we are definitely moving into the next stage of adoption, growth and maturation – steep competition, price slashing, SLA wars, improved infrastructure, management of services and increased efficiencies driving out costs. CRN’s The Final Cut: “A New Day for HP’s Public Cloud”, a blog post by Steven Burke, caught my attention this…

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Jul 17, 2013
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To start this post I’ll be breaking the cardinal rule of Vegas by sharing what  happens in Vegas.  I look forward to this year’s Gartner Data Center  conference as it promises to be a year of great change addressing major  themes of:  Accelerating  Innovation, Driving Transformation and Achieving Operational Excellence.  It is a unique time…

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Nov 29, 2012
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