When you flip the switch, do you always achieve ‘power on’? Around the world, utilities are working to deliver reliable services while safeguarding their infrastructures’ security, coping with aging assets and struggling to deliver shareholder returns in an ever-changing regulatory environment. Technology can manage the avalanche of data from smart grids, improve the security and infrastructure of utilities, bend the cost curve, and empower consumers. What are the top five factors effecting the modern utility today?
In technology, we tend not to go backwards. We are constantly working to make technology better and better. Those were the words HP’s Paul Evans used to kick-off the application transformation session at HP Discover yesterday. And while I’d never given the directional movement of technology much thought, I realized that Evans is absolutely correct. We are always looking for better (and sometimes smaller) ways to do things … things that will make our lives easier and make us happier. So how can companies make the shift to accommodate these new technology-savvy customers?
The survival of your company may be in your hands. With the explosive growth of mobile web adoption, your organization’s use of mobility to an advantage may spell survival or failure. If you are involved in the design of your enterprise’s use of mobile technologies, of revamping and re-gearing the infrastructure and organization to optimize for mobility, you want to get it right. You want to capitalize on the consumerization of IT. You want to be built for the future. What better way to get key insights and move forward than to attend HP Discover 2012 and participate in the many forward-looking mobility sessions -- including one specifically designed to help you innovate for the future.
Are you battling mobility madness? Are you ready to gain (or is it regain) control? For your enterprise? How can you reduce the heartache and havoc from the proliferation of tablets, smartphones and all manner of mobile devices in your enterprise?
There’s a lot of attention to mobility, BYOD and Consumerization of IT at HP Discover as organizations want to hear how they can reduce cost, drive revenue, and improve productivity. Join us in session BB3022 “Developing a mobile enterprise strategy” to get started – and check out the many mobility sessions in Las Vegas.
What will be the impact of cloud computing, mobile and collaborative technologies on the applications strategy? Is this an evolution or a revolution?
Hear HP's point of view on Application Transformation in this video featuring Paul Evans, Darren McGrath and Ken Won.