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HP Anywhere: BYOD just got a lot simpler

By: Francisco Fernandes, Solution Architect, Hewlett Packard Company (Brazil)


Day 2 at Discover started early with a keynote presentation by HP Business Unit leaders. George Kadifha and Mike Nefkens talked about a new solution to develop mobile applications across multiple platforms and our Applications Transformation portfolio. In the mobile area, Meg Whitman discussed about what to expect from our new service, HP Anywhere.


HP Anywhere is a mobile app platform designed to mobilize the enterprise, connecting users with corporate systems and with each other on their device of choice. It modernizar and mobilizes the workforce by providing a robust development environment for developers, exceptional user experience for end users and secure platform for IT managers.


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For developers, HP Anywhere provides an exceptional and consistent user experience across multiple devices such as smartphones, desktops, laptops and tablets.


For IT Managers, HP Anywhere will allow isolation between an employee´s professional and personal information, through a container.


For Employees, HP Anywhere requires "single sign on" to access all enterprise Apps.




Curious about how it works? Try out HP Anywhere! Access from your mobile device.


Want to talk to the experts about HP Anywhere ? Look at the Systems of Engagement Booth, under the Applications Trasnformation area.


See you tomorrow for the last day!



About the author


foto 3x4 francisco.jpgFrancisco Fernandes, Solution Architect, Hewlett Packard Company (Brazil)

Francisco is a Solutions Architect and an Applications Modernization Expert with more than 20 years of experience working on Applications in different industries including banking, financial services, telecom and healthcare. He joined HP in 2002 and is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.





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Solutions Architect working at HP since 2002 with focus on Applications Modernization, located at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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