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Enterprise Mobility is like Onion Rings

Mobility Onion slide png.pngLittle did you know that a popular appetizer can resemble a topic so extensive and relevant as the enterprise’s mobility structure today.

 

In this post, thought leaders Shiva Venkatraman and David Simpfendorfer share a common conversation with C-suite executives in Asia Pacific: layers and functions of the Enterprise Mobility ecosystem including Mobile Devices, Industry Jackets, Corporate Apps, Trusted App Access/Mobile Device Management, and Mobility & Workplace Services.

The HP World Tour docks in Sydney August 28

worldtour.jpgThe sails are up, the course is set, and the HP World Tour docks next in Sydney on August 28. The fantastic journey—sailing through Mexico City, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Singapore and Mumbai—continues to the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh, Sydney.

 

Read just a few of the highlights.

 

Mobility, People Power and Trust top the Business Value Exchange for July

Recent articles posted on The Business Value Exchange capture the top-of-mind thoughts from today's business leaders. In July, Computer Weekly's Bryan Glick interviews Nikhil Kulkarni, Workplace and Mobility Practice Advisor for HP Enterprise Services, to discuss how BYOD is changing the enterprise landscape. Sarah Lethbridge of the Cardiff Business School writes about employee empowerment, and community manager Helen Beckett relates key takeaways from a recent talk on establishing trust, given by Professor Andrew Godley, the Director of the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship. 

 

Check out the summaries here, or go straight to The Business Value Exchange for more in-depth coverage.

Enterprise Forward: Ready for Use-Any-Device?

202-20130730_04_Train_SKR_8793.jpgAlong with the transition to use-any-device, effective governance to monitor and manage employees, information, and equipment becomes crucial. But how do you find the sweet spot for balancing control with decentralization? The answer is in your IT team. Read more… 

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.)

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