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HP SVP and GM Marilyn Crouther Joins President Obama to discuss HP’s Carbon Footprint

Marilyn Crouther.jpgClimate change is one of the most serious issues the world is confronting today. One that requires new ways of doing business, including developing long-term strategies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across industries.

 

Yesterday, Marilyn Crouther, SVP and GM for HP Enterprise Services, U.S. Public Sector represented HP in a roundtable discussion at the White House. The event brought together some of the largest Federal suppliers, along with President Barack Obama and members of his Cabinet to discuss the benefits of their greenhouse gas emission reduction targets or to make new commitments to disclose emissions and set new reduction goals. Take a look at what HP is doing to improve the environment.

Important considerations for mobile applications development

healthcare.jpgBy Eddie Urso, Program Manager, Federal Healthcare, USPS HP Enterprise Services

 

Mobile Application Development Choices: It seems like there are as many choices for an app development framework these days as there are coffee choices at Starbucks. Windows, Kony, Enyo, HTML5, iOS, Phonegap — and the list goes on.

 

Let’s start at the basics. A definition and the pros and cons of each.

 

All Clouds Are Not Created Equal

Trends_small.jpgBy Mateen Greenway, Fellow, CT UK & IPS

 

Cloud is a much abused word these days and it is vitally important to understand that because, in terms of service levels and security, “all clouds are not created equal.” Given that there are also more cloud services available than you could shake a stick at, it becomes hard to know which are right for you.  

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