Mobility madness? Are you ready to gain or regain control? For yourself? For your enterprise?
While I’ve seen a lot of attention centered on Cloud at HP Discover another hot topic revolves around mobility, BYOD and Consumerization of IT. Why? Because with the proliferation of mobile devices, mobile applications, mobile operating systems, and mobile architecture platforms, it’s become really difficult for businesses to develop an enterprise strategy that addresses them all.
The proliferation of tablets, smartphones and laptops has changed how we navigate through our daily lives. When that navigation and the resulting expectations of access, responsiveness, security and portability intersect with the enterprise it causes havoc and heartache for IT as well as business managers. Gaining control and capitalizing on the opportunities to satisfy the anywhere, anytime desire for access to information captures the attention of both groups.
Why the extra heartburn for IT? They are faced with the challenges of containing the cost of developing, testing and supporting enterprise applications across a wide range of devices, operating systems and browser combinations.
How can you get a handle on it? How can you join the ranks of organizations across the globe that are overcoming these challenges with the help of HP Mobile Applications Services? Come to Las Vegas and learn firsthand at HP Discover how to get control of your IT environment, begin your mobile transformation and develop a comprehensive enterprise mobile strategy.
Join us in session BB3022, “Developing a mobile enterprise strategy”, where we’ll discuss insights into security, privacy and end-user computing policies, mobile application infrastructure and the mobile application architectures that will help you get onto the right path. While you’re looking, make sure to check out the many mobility-related sessions - including both business and technical sessions.
Fight back against the madness and gain control in Las Vegas! (Don’t forget your mobile devices and all their power cords.) We hope to see you there.