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Technology Imperatives for Mobility in 2015

Cell phone.JPGStruggling to provide user-centric workplace experiences? You need to do more than simply support devices. It’s all about developing a mobility plan, knowing what your users want and your business needs, and making the most of learning from others. Learn how to design a mobility strategy that provides multi-channel access to people, applications, and information next week at HP Discover in Las Vegas.

Come 'Hangout' and Visualize the New Style of Business

017P1706_original.jpgNew this year at HP Discover, Business and Technology Hangouts provide a unique opportunity for peer-to-peer exchange of ideas. Facilitated by an HP business leader, each of these 18 Hangouts covers a common business challenge, and will be documented by a sketch artist -- providing a visual representation of the thoughts shared during the conversation. Click “Read Blog” to review the schedule and choose a topic that is important to you.

Strong Mobile Apps Monitoring Maximizes UX and ROI

Mobile User Experience Infographic.PNGThere is a vast untapped opportunity to improve user experience, create positive ROI, and meet business goals that all comes together with mobile applications monitoring. Seize the opportunity to influence your customers, citizens, and users through a stronger relationship. Mobile app monitoring brings insight to your business that you can’t afford to ignore.

 

Join us at HP Discover Las Vegas, June 2-4 to discuss these topics with our experienced technologists and experts. Check out this list of mobility related sessions to see which ones will build your enterprise's mobile strategy.

Healthcare Data and IT Converge for Real-Time Decision Support

20140820_HP-365_cropped smaller.jpgWhat if organizations could converge data streams from multiple sources—electronic health records, patient location, public health data, social media, and clinical knowledge sources—to provide new and richer insights into health risks, treatment options, and clinical operations? With these types of insights, clinicians and patients have access to real-time data for increased awareness, prevention, timely intervention, and proactive forecasting of disease, illness, and health status of individuals and populations. And healthcare providers can improve efficiency, helping to control rising healthcare costs.

 

What if you could track or anticipate the spread of an infectious disease in real time?

 

At HIMSS, the largest health IT conference, we will be exploring these questions by tracking the spread of a hypothetical infectious disease around the HIMSS 2015 show floor. Through this practical demonstration, we will see how situational awareness and analytics track the spread of infection between individuals. Advances in social media, mobility, analytics and cloud technologies will help us track the outbreak. Will we be able to stop it? We need you to help us find out!

Digital Transformation in Public Sector: HP at FedScoop MobileGov Summit

files.jpgBusinesses have been required to rapidly transform and reorganize, redefine, and enhance their technology platforms and processes to better serve customers. Governments, however, are just now beginning their digital journeys.

 

Take a look at what it takes for a government to be more “digital.” HP is proud to be a speaker at FedScoop: 5th Annual MobileGov Summit. HP’s Bryan Coapstick, Director of Mobile Innovation, and Raymond Holder, Client Executive, Federal Healthcare & Mobility Solutions, will conduct a Fireside Chat on the morning of April 1, 2015 from 8:55 - 9:10.

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