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Stopping Cybercrime from the Inside Out

Cyber.jpgCybercrime today works as a sophisticated, global network that combines traditional crime and cybercrime to infiltrate networks and generate devastating breaches to companies.


Businesses must improve cybersecurity to combat the changing landscape of today’s cybercrime.

Mobile Trendsetter: HP Insights & Highlights

HP Commentary Post Header Image.jpgAs the lines between smartphone and tablet usage at home and in the office become increasingly blurred, the mobile landscape continues to expand. According to Yankee Group’s 2014 US Enterprise Mobility: Employee Survey, 62 percent of all US employees use a smartphone for some kind of work purpose, with 79 percent of those devices being employee-owned.


While implementing a new mobility strategy in your office may seem daunting, below are a few best practices that we’ve identified that can help you roll out your new security strategy:


Labels: hp| Mobile Printing

Mobile Trendsetter: Chris Marsh, Yankee Group

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Last week we chatted with Al Sacco of CIO.com, who talked with us about wearable technology, BYOD and the changing role of the CIO. To continue our Mobile Trendsetter Interview Series on the HP Enterprise Services Blog, we met with Chris Marsh, Principal Analyst with Yankee Group.


Chris is one of the top thought leaders on how mobile, social and cloud technologies are impacting enterprises.


Of course, we wanted to learn more about Chris’ take on the current state of the enterprise and mobility, so we sat down with him to discuss:

Productivity everywhere: Mobility and Workplace of the Future

slate.jpgBy James (Coop) Cooper

Chief Technologist Mobility and Workplace, HP Distinguished Technologist


What does the future of mobility and workplace hold? If the past few years are of any indication, we are experiencing the equivalent of the “big bang” for the digital ecosystem. Every week we see new devices, new applications, new operating systems, or variants thereof. We are now seeing the acceleration in “personal” Internet of Things or what is frequently called wearables.


Of course, Hollywood piques our interest. Take Tony Stark in the Iron Man movies, who is able to interact with a sophisticated avatar on projected displays by simply using gestures. (To explore this further, you might be interested to know that HP Labs is working on portable Holographic projectors.)

Labels: hp| mobility| Workplace

Byron Nelson Championship: Making a difference in our local community

byron nelson-action3.jpgA sunny day of golf can put you in a good mood, but a golf championship, paired with service and raising funds for local children and families can put you in an even better one.


HP is proud of the impact it has had on the Byron Nelson Championship, on our local community and on the kids and families that are the beneficiaries. Keep reading to find out how Golf legend, Byron Nelson, and our founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard have been our examples.

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