What’s the future of enterprise mobility? 2 HP Software strategists weigh in

The Discover Performance community has been focused on mobility recently with the latest issue of our newsletter. But what gets technologists really excited about mobility? To find out we asked two of HP Software’s best-known IT strategists to give their thoughts on mobility’s opportunities – and challenges.

 

HP Software Chief Software Evangelist Paul Muller (who can be found on this blog and on Twitter at @xthestreams) looks at mobility from an IT management perspective. How can mobility be a boon to IT managers? What opportunities does it offer? And following on that, how can you best manage and secure enterprise mobility? (You can read an in-depth take of Paul’s thinking about mobility in his 2012 IT trends blog posts:“Death of a pager: IT management goes mobile.”)

 

 

In another Discover Performance video, HP Chief Cloud Technologist Christian Verstraete (Cloud Source blog, and on Twitter at @christianve) looks at the future of mobile devices and the cloud: how these devices are being used today and where the integration between cloud and mobile is heading. Watch the video to find out why we’re just scratching the surface of what a truly integrated approach to mobile and cloud could do.

 

 

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