A convergence of mobile proliferation and cloud services are creating shifts in how and where work gets done. As a result, enterprises are being compelled to think differently about the role of IT.
Flexibility is critical as employees bring their own devices to work, creating an entirely new way of collaborating, accessing information, and using applications. When thinking about how to tackle these trends, IT departments can’t make the mistake of thinking in silos. A solid cloud strategy must encompass mobile capabilities, with a strong, secure backbone. At HP Discover 2013, you’ll find breakout sessions on the increasingly mobile workforce of the future that will stimulate ideas and equip your enterprise with solid steps to move forward.
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.
The consumerization of devices has driven the new style of IT at an ever accelerating space, causing unique challenges for enterprises. Join HP Enterprise Services for a Twitter chat on Tuesday, May 14th from 12-1 p.m. CT to talk about mobility and the enterprise. Come join the conversation by using the hashtag #HPESchat
Ready or not, the “workplace of the future” is here. Mobility is rapidly taking over all aspects of businesses worldwide. From the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) culture to Systems of Engagement, more and more enterprises are adopting mobility solutions, and in turn making significant gains.
But what does that mean for your enterprise? Quite simply, you’ll have to think differently about the role of IT. Flexibility is critical as your employees bring their own devices into the workplace, creating an entirely new way of collaborating and accessing information and applications.
By Marleen Devondel, HP ES ITO Marketing
The workplace has been invaded by millions of tablets and smartphones and millions of employees around the world are using personal devices of their choice also for work. This gives them the freedom to work from anywhere and use any appropriate device and any service in order to achieve a work related task or outcome.