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Important considerations for mobile applications development

healthcare.jpgBy Eddie Urso, Program Manager, Federal Healthcare, USPS HP Enterprise Services

 

Mobile Application Development Choices: It seems like there are as many choices for an app development framework these days as there are coffee choices at Starbucks. Windows, Kony, Enyo, HTML5, iOS, Phonegap — and the list goes on.

 

Let’s start at the basics. A definition and the pros and cons of each.

 

Gamification: Why you can’t afford to lose this game

HP_MIM_Anthem_Still-1.000001.jpgWhat can Gamification do for your enterprise and employees? How does it work? What are the benefits? Should gamification be built into your current processes? HP thought leaders answered these questions in a Twitter Chat on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at noon CT.

 

Find a recap and highlights here.

Because your future depends on it. Find us at RSA Conference

lock_marquee.jpgFor an enterprise, which is worse: The news that they’ve been hacked, or the reaction your customers will have when you tell them their personal data has been compromised? The answer may be all you need to join HP at the RSA Conference, THIS WEEK in San Francisco.

 

Read this blog to learn where you can find us, hear HP speakers, and view our demos.

NFV: The reality of cost reduction

Chart.jpgAs with any new technology introduction, the decision to deploy Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) by Communications Service Providers (CSPs) will be guided by a realistic business case and not just marketing promises. Fortunately, cost savings can be estimated. And these savings open a new world of opportunity for providers to drive innovation.

 

A sneak peak at an article by Ghassan Abdo,Senior Director of Communication Service Providers for HP Networking in the upcoming edition of HP Industry Edge helps provide some answers. 

HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat: Gamification—why you can’t afford to lose this game

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By Tara Hanney
WW Public Relations Manager, Applications Services

 

If you feel like you’re playing games with your apps, then you probably are.  Join HP Enterprise Services for a Twitter chat on Tuesday, February 25th from 12-1 p.m. CT, and learn how gamification is changing the game for enterprises.  Come join the conversation by using the hashtag #HPESchat

 

Information Management for Better Decisions

Improving data management leads to improved decision making.  The ability to access and utilize disparate information sources and formats near real time helps improve results across industries, and reduce tragic outcomes.  The results provide reduced costs, optimized production, and better quality decisions.  This leads to potentials for competitive advantage as well as revenue and profit growth.

Business Value Exchange posts trending topics

blue-speed-trails-642x301.jpgFrom the blurring boundaries between physical and digital to the evolution of the CIO, the Business Value Exchange offers interesting insight on the New Style of IT. Here's a brief summary of three recent posts among the many trending on BVEx. 

 

The Business Value Exchange is an editorial website that focuses on presenting different perspectives on challenges faced by senior business and IT leaders, to help them drive more successful business outcomes. Specifically, the site aims to foster discussion and idea exchange around the topics of how IT enables business initiatives like Employee Empowerment, Customer Experience, Citizens Engagement, Business Innovation and Mergers & Acquisitions.

Tags: BVEx| IDG| Nefkens

Top 10 tips to achieve Enterprise Mobility in Asia

By Shiva Venkatraman
Chief Technologist, Strategic Enterprise Services
HP Singapore

 

Mobility1.jpgAsia has a younger, mobile savvy, impatient population that is price sensitive, has buying power, is more open to sharing information online and less concerned about privacy. These youngsters are now part of the workforce for enterprises in Asia. So, if I were a CxO, how would I achieve Enterprise Mobility in Asia? Here are some thoughts:

SDN and NFV: A Q&A with HP’s Dave Larson

Mobility1.jpgUntil recently, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) have been struggling with inflexible networks built with vertically integrated silos that are physically chained together. This makes it hard to scale—up or down— and difficult to create new services.

 

In preparation of the publication of the HP Industry Insight eZine—and HP's presence at Mobile World Congress 2014—we offer a sneak peak at what HP’s Dave Larson, Chief Technology Officer of Networking, has to say about Software-Defined Networks working in tandem with Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), enabling CSPs to open new revenue streams and offer new services.

Tags: HP CMS| NFV| SDN

Are new management strategies the ticket for securing mobile devices?

Security.jpgBy Ed Reynolds, HP Fellow, and Neil Passingham, Innovations Lead, HP Enterprise Security Services

 

Creating a successful data-device-application strategy depends upon each corporation’s ability to set the right priorities for what their enterprise needs, and then build in security features accordingly.

 

Kleptography: The dark side of cryptography

Email-2-642x301.jpgBy Ed Reynolds, HP Fellow, HP Enterprise Security Services

 

As more data moves to the cloud requiring encryption, cyber spies and thieves may well move with it—trying out new schemes to break into “secure” systems. With the consequences of a kleptography breach so high, IT executives should have the concept on their radar screens.

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