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The state of the art in Networking and Mobility: 3 views

Enterprise networks these days are hard pressed to match the fast reaction times we’ve come to expect from the highly virtualized domains of servers and storage, and at many organizations the need for a truly transformational approach to the network is becoming increasingly clear. At the same time, the rise of workplace mobility is posing some searching questions about the future of connectivity in the enterprise.


At HP Discover in Barcelona, our experts presented HP’s vision of how businesses can address these challenges and capitalize on the opportunities they bring.


Yanick Pouffary, Chief Technologist for HP Network Services, explained why corporate networks are in dire need of an overhaul. What are the bottlenecks that networking needs to address? Which technologies can deliver the flexibility that today’s business leaders need? And how can IT organizations kick off their network transformation? Check out Yanick’s video below for the answers:




Businesses’ uncertainty about the right approach to enterprise mobility extends even to the terminology itself – the difference between “mobile” and “mobility,” for example. Network Services Worldwide Strategist Craig Partridge sorts it all out in the video below, with a look at the key enablers for the next evolution of the network.




While the mobility revolution and the rise of bring-your-own-device no doubt pose challenges for IT, they’re dwarfed by the opportunities, argues Jordan Whitmarsh, Worldwide Mobility Lead for HP Technology Services Consulting. Learn how you can quickly build a strategy to reap the benefits:




Learn more about HP Network Services and HP Mobility Services.

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