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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:

Financial Services, IT Transformation, Mobile: Around Enterprise Services, June 15

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

 

  • Harnessing the power of subscriber intimacy
  • Technology for Jamie's real time juvenile justice
  • Hats that the CIO needs to get rid of… (Part 2 of 2)
  • Enterprises can become fiscally and environmentally sustainable at the same time!
  • Is Big Data the Big Daddy of IT Issues? HPES Twitter Chat Summer Series kicks off 6/19
  • Manage your brand in the era of collaboration, engagement and (multiple) channels
  • CIOs: Don’t try to hold on to your hat (part 1 of 2)
  • Unlock your potential with a new approach to applications management
  • HP Industry Edge e-zine features Financial Services
  • Dealing with the Data Tsunami
  • Top 10 Tips for Finance Transformation by Dave Brown
  • Play changes for IT on the second half of the board
  • Have you underestimated your enterprise’s disaster recovery plan?
  • Mayhem in action…
  • How HP Discover made IT matter for me
  • Freestyle discussion on IT futures with John Obeto
  • Bill Veghte highlights market leadership of HP Software Suite
  • Global mobile adoption rapidly expanding
  • The Future of an HIE World – Part 2 -- Accelerating the Benefits of Patient Advocacy

Application Transformation, Consumerization, Mobile: Around Enterprise Services, Mar 16

roundabout.jpgBy PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

 

  • Application transformation – prepare for continuous change (part 4 in a series)
  • Is your data center holding you back? If so, you’re not alone!
  • End-to-end testing services for mobile applications
  • What are the moments that make a difference for a business? (part 3)
  • Join HP at Gartner Business Intelligence Summit in Los Angeles
  • Addressing Today’s Challenges in Finance
  • What is the next agenda for IT? Has the bar been reset?
  • Storing non critical file data
  • How can your enterprise applications keep up with the consumerization of IT?
  • Application transformation allowing you do to more with more
  • How is the Consumerization of IT changing the Future of Enterprise Applications?
  • Unified communications enabling new ways to work together
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Convergence 2012 Houston – Day 1
  • What will your life as an Application Development and Delivery profession​al look like in 2020?
  • Evidence suggests that the mainframe is still considered a viable computing platform…
  • The Internet of Things in Every Day Life
  • Managed Print Services from a holistic viewpoint

Three reasons you need mobile workers

image-es-workplace-360-chap_tcm245-871540.jpgI read this article Three Reasons Why you Need Mobile Workers with special interest because I am a mobile worker.  I think Dan does a great job of summarizing the major benefits to both workers and companies in his article, but I thought I’d add my personal experience on each of the three benefits he points out.

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