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Adding EMS to HP’s Mobility Portfolio

Booth.JPGHP and Microsoft recently announced a deeper partnership around Enterprise Mobility. For a deeper look into the announcement, the partnership, and how customers will see huge benefits from this, we invited Microsoft's Corporate VP of Enterprise Client & Mobility, Brad Anderson to guest blog for HP Discover.

Make room for mobility—it’s here to stay!

HPD_LV15_Mobility.jpgMobility is making its way into the workplace and there’s no going back. It’s time to embrace mobile devices and applications and make room for their use within your business infrastructure. Get a glimpse of what you can expect to see at HP Discover 2015.

Video replays from HP Discover: Big Data, cloud, security, and mobility

189973-pic-700y600.jpgIf you missed anything at HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona, or have been following along virtually this week, we’ve got tons of on-demand replays available for you to browse. Here is a roundup of the track keynotes from our big four topics.

How employees are transforming the workplace

Today, employees have more control and influence in defining the devices used in the enterprise. 


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Several years ago employees had almost no say in what devices were provided by their IT departments, but nowadays employees either bring their own device or they expect to be provided devices that they feel meet their individual needs.


At HP Discover Las Vegas, Enrique Lores, senior VP and general manager for Business Personal Systems (BPS) in HP’s Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) organization, spoke about the changing needs of the employee and the workplace.

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