The nuts and bolts of HP's Mobile App Platform


You have heard about HP Anywhere and you know that this remarkable mobile app platform is revolutionizing the mobile enterprise.  In December, we presented a webinar which will answer your questions about how HP Anywhere actually delivers these capabilities.  While the webinar is approximately two months old, the content is still timely. Russ King provides a very good in-depth description about the nuts and bolts of HP Anywhere. He offers insight into how HP Anywhere is designed to provide a single solution to help customers develop, distribute and secure mobile apps for employees.


Russ dives into how HP Anywhere provides such things as:

  • A HTML5-based UI Framework
  • Embedded social and collaboration features
  • Application Catalog with admin rights and groups
  • Eclipse plug-in for easy app development

The video is almost 25 minutes in length, but covers a lot and I promise it is well worth your time. Please provide feedback on what you think about the video.



Below are reference links to learn more about HP Anywhere

  1. HP Anywhere [Overview]
  2. HP Anywhere Developer Zone
  3. Apps to Go White Paper
  4. Google Hangout: HP Anywhere Team
  5. BYOD just got a lot simpler [infographic]

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Rick Barron is a Program Manager for various aspects of the PM team and HPSW UX/UI team; and working on UX projects associated with ...

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