Just as user engagement is becoming a key differentiator — the App is becoming the face of your organization.
On May 29th, HP will have some new things to show you.
Join us LIVE online at 8.00am PT / 5.00pm CET / 11.00pm SGT .
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Garnering value from legacy applications and processes challenges every enterprise when faced with the challenges of Big Data, Social Media and the Cloud. Strategically planning your transformation journey is critical for success. At HP Discover 2013, you’ll find a host of breakout sessions designed to help you clear the path for an uneventful trip.
Strategy Key to Managing the Application Journey
Slowing the hectic pace of day-to-day Enterprise IT to plan may seem impractical, but a host of companies have learned that a successful transformation begins with a strategy. At HP Discover 2013, you’ll find breakout sessions designed to help prepare you for a thoughtful transformation journey.
Your Applications environment is undergoing tremendous change. At HP Discover 2013, we will explore how enterprises worldwide are transforming traditional applications and adopting innovation and next generation technology. We have insightful sessions lined up, where you can learn about the evolution of Systems of Records (SoR) to Systems of Engagement (SoE), key trends predicting the future of IT, and convergence of varied IT platforms.
Do you really know what you need to do to take advantage of mobility and cloud? We can help you deliver great user experiences, map your path to the cloud and transition your current applications portfolio spend to new mobility and cloud programs efficiently.
My blogging career started a year ago on July 6, 2011 when HP Blogger Michele Degani asked me if I would be interested in publishing a blog post on the topic of Applications Transformation being a journey or destination. It was exhilarating to see how quickly I could share my thoughts with the rest of the world in contrast to the time it had taken me in the past to write and publish my formal publications. I experienced a glorious feeling of independence, which seems appropriate as the United States celebrates the Fourth of July this week. This feeling of “blogger” independence allows me to express my thoughts and engage in lively discussions just like I would in any social setting. I was hooked, and I am thoroughly enjoying blogging. So during this moment of celebration, I want to share my experiences as an HP blogger, navigating through my posts and highlighting their nuances as I sit back, relax and study their gradual evolution over the past year.