Upcoming Webinar series: How to succeed with your mobile initiative

No one needs to tell you the world has gone mobile.  As my daughter enters her teen years, I see it firsthand every day!  But what she doesn’t know, and I take for granted, is that as the mobility trend continues at an exponential rate, there are dedicated teams working to ensure we have the best user experience, seamless connectivity, and most importantly – apps delivered in a secure environment.

 

One of the things I love about working for HP Software is that “we make information and applications work for you.”  And that could not be truer in the mobility space.  If you are developing, testing, securing and creating applications, you won’t want to miss an upcoming webinar series called, “How to avoid mobile failure: Succeed with your mobile initiative.

 

 

This is an eight-part series which will cover the following topics:

 

  • Key success factors in overcoming mobile implications
  • How HP IT is staying on the cutting edge of mobility
  • Mobile testing against the clock
  • Apps, don’t fail me now: bring reality into your mobile performance testing
  • How to deliver 5 star apps
  • Shift left: test earlier to accelerate mobile app releases
  • Managing and monitoring mobile applications
  • Mobile applications and security

 

The series will run May through July and will also be available on demand.  Let us know what you think of the webinar series and if there are more topics you’d like to hear about in the future.

Until then, stay connected— without wires— in this mobile world.

 

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Webinar series: How to avoid mobile failure: Succeed with your mobile initiative

Labels: mobility
Comments
George Adams - Mobile apps Developer | ‎05-14-2013 02:29 AM
Nice post buddy, world has turned to mobile devices for their mobility and portability from cumbersome PCs (though i am using a PC right now) and laptops. With apps like Location tracker, local business finder and even well known Map services. It is hardly possible for any one to say that they can live with out their handy pocket friend, and that too after getting accustomed to them.
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