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Taking the measure of Mobility: Can your network do THIS?

Here’s a super-fast, one-question “test” of how far your organization has progressed in the age of Mobility:

 

Can your enterprise provide universal access to people, applications, and data?

 

Connecting anybody (even people outside the organization, like customers) to any information they need, via any device, may seem like a tall order – and no question, it comes with challenges – but it’s certainly doable. And this is where enterprise connectivity is heading, driven by BYOD and the promise of major productivity gains.

 

It’s no longer a question of simply connecting users to the corporate network via a Windows PC, points out Jordan Whitmarsh, HP’s Worldwide Mobility Lead, Technology Services Consulting. Check out Jordan’s interview with blogger Jake Ludington, recorded at HP Discover last month, to learn how your organization can move toward universal access and how HP can help you build the seamless, intelligent, next-gen network.

 

 

To learn more about Jordan and how he can help you harness the power of enterprise mobility, visit his HP Expert profile.

 

Jordan’s blogs:

Enhancing the business value of BYOD and mobility

BYOD: a new behavior norm

Free your desktop applications and unlock their productivity by embracing a mobility strategy

Mobility: Think experience. It’s not just about smartphones and tablets

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