Mobility, Software and the Cloud
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The way we communicate and interact is changing, it’s creating a technology shift that has huge implications for Enterprise Businesses.

The way we communicate and interact is changing, it’s creating a technology shift that has huge implications for Enterprise Businesses.

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  • TRANSITION: The way we communicate and interact is changing, it’s creating a technology shift that has huge implications for Enterprise Businesses…One IT Mega Trend – Pervasive Mobility - New Systems of Engagement vs. Systems of RecordMobility is changing everything and must be viewed in the larger context of the consumerization of IT, unstructured/big data and social media/millennial. Consumers shape mobile markets and mobile devices adoption explodes.A technology shift is occurring, from systems of record (traditional legacy workload) to systems of engagement (pervasive mobility in the Enterprise) Cite Autonomy, quant’s: 85% of F500 companies testing or deploying smart phones at scale, 75% of CIOs exploring new architecture to support wider range of devices, accelerating the move to Cloud computing for many.Truly a revolution for IT and users – mobility provides an intimate, personal connection, and we need to re-think all of our assumption about the interaction. Example – add a fun personal experience, like your son texting with his phone in his pocket while he was speaking with you, or your son sending you a text message - you are in the next room - just to see what’s for dinner.TRANSITION: The way we communicate and interact is changing, it’s creating a technology shift that has huge implications for Enterprise Businesses
  • Implications for Enterprise BusinessesA technology shift is occurring, from SYSTEMS OF RECORD (traditional legacy workload) to SYSTEMS OF ENGAGEMENT. Pervasive mobility is here to stay in the Enterprise.Cite Dr. Lynch, of Autonomy, on these quant’s: 85% of F500 companies testing or deploying smart phones at scale, 75% of CIOs exploring new architecture to support wider range of devices, accelerating the move to Cloud computing for many.Managing mobile devices across the enterprise including hardware, applications, compliance and security – is a challenge which accentuates the importance of a Converged InfrastructureEveryday examples of mobility explosion –USAA Deposit a check by taking a picture with a mobile phone appExpected 22 million mobile contacts in year 3*Received 120 million mobile contacts in year 3*Sabre Select a seat on an airplane using a mobile app50,000 seat picks in the first month5 million seat picks in the third monthTRANSITION: Pervasive Mobility is making life easer for users, but creating new challenges for IT and Enterprise Businesses around Quality of Service, Compliance and Security concerns
  • Connect – EB must resist the urge to be reactive and tactical. Otherwise, you will break you’re your processes. Everyone wants to connect, but if you just focus on connection issues, you’ll miss the opportunity to further develop that personal, intimate connection. You need a plan to determine which applications need to be mobile? What is your strategy for storage, development, managing unstructured data and security? Are there key standards and architectures needed for middleware, security and networking? What are the considerations for SaaS and “cloud-connect” solutions in mobile applications. (HP Proof point – Autonomy is well positioned for the mobile app market…it has a SW architecture to deal with the mass of unstructured and structured data in Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) Converge – The convergence of data is also revolutionary. IT cycles are changing: Apps are expected in weeks, not months. You need to integrate with the old systems of record while providing the new systems of engagement. You can’t achieve your end state if your IT infrastructure is still operating in silos. You need to converge the back office infrastructure with your mobility devices - You need to have a converged infrastructure – HP can helpCI, handle big data (structured and unstructured), resources pools, Converged Infrastructure Value Prop / Overview, Aaccelerating business Results ROI, Innovation, (Technologies – servers, storage, networking, including Virtual Application networks, management) / Transformational (Big Bang) approach (Converged Systems)] Control – You need to understand where you are headed, with confidence, for an overall management policy, including security and compliance. Security remains a core concern, and it has to be balanced with the end goal. HP can help here. Backup and Management is also important ... monitoring tools ... need easy management across the devices and dataAnd it isn’t enough for customers to monitor their data center with one tool and manage their mobility solutions with another tool –it all needs to be managed from a single pane of glass. HP IMC can help here, too.TRANSITION: We’ve talked about what is keeping Enterprise Businesses awake at night concerning Mobility…but what’s keepingapplication developersfrom getting sleep…. 
  • pp capable mobile devices in use (Source: IDC Directions 2011 – Mobility, CloImplications for Application Developers - Design for Mobile First - (quant: Mobile apps are a $6.0 billion market today, growing to $55.7 billion by 2015 (US))The importance of usability and consistent user experience across different device platforms (e.g.,iPhone, Android, webOS, tablets) Think beyond the device.Make informed choices between native and HTML5 or hybrid apps. HTML 5 Is not the Holy Grail. Determine the cost, support, and performance tradeoffs between native apps and mobile sites. What are others doing? Native apps tend to look better and interact better. 25 of 30 online retailers have chosen native apps. But sophisticated media companies like Time, which publishes Sports Illustrated, and Twitter are using HTML5 and hybrid technologies like jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap to deliver great experiences. So lay out the development choices, based on the business outcomes needed.TRANSITION: We’ve talked about the challenges of Mobility for enterprise businesses, and applications developers, now let’s look at key considerations for your strategy, and HP best practicesds and Intelligent Industries by Frank Gens)
  • Changing the conversation with your line of businessYou are the only one who can determine the right path for your business. I’d like to share HP’s own best practices for mobility, in case it helps…Spotlight example - Best Practices – What has HP done internally?Our own best practice for mobility…synopsis Set a strategy - we have a comprehensive mobility strategy that encompasses not only the devices used by our employees, but also the architecture, security, services, and applications.   Enable BYOD, but influence choices -We support the growing BYOD (bring your own device) trend; however, we also influence device and platform choices by paying for specific device and data plans for qualifying employees.  Develop for multi-platform deployment - We’ve chosen application development standards for mobile apps which allow us to develop once and deploy on many device platforms and operating systems. Leverage common services - Our architecture for mobile applications includes leveraging our Data as a Service cloud.  Deploy multi-layer security - We manage security at the device level, the application level, the communication level, and the backend enterprise application level, using multiple layers of security to protect company information. Focus on user experience - Global IT has developed user experience standards, to which every application must adhere. We’re also driving a cultural change within IT so that developers who have traditionally worked on enterprise apps become more user experience savvy.  TRANSITION: You don’t have to go it alone when it comes to mobility….
  • You don’t have to go it alone in a Mobile WorldAlign with industry leaders like HP who are designing infrastructures to optimize time to application value for a mobile world: 3 CS, open standards, simplicity, end-to-end solutions Complete portfolio designed for convergence for any workload ... HP solutions are optimized to be the best for software performance ... which equals greater customer satisfaction .Autonomy is not only adding control over unstructured data, it is focused on next generation mobile apps that will let you view images of physical world objects such as a movie poster and interact with them online. HP solutions are optimized to be the best for software performance ... which equals greater customer satisfaction. Learn more about HP Converged Cloud and Virtual Application Networks while you are in the booth.HP solutions are optimized to be the best for software performance ... which equals greater customer satisfaction.HP Global Mobility Services to help you transform your applications into mobile apps, and support for your customers after we do. HP is adept at delivering ... Connect, Converge, Control.HP recently announced the HP Enterprise Mobile App Store, and HP Enterprise Mobile Gateway, which will let service providers more easily adapt to the BYOD trend. HP's Enterprise Mobile App Store is designed to be hosted at service provider sites and managed for enterprises, and offers employees a portal for downloading mobile versions of their company's business apps. HP's Enterprise Mobility Gateway is the platform through which employees can access the mobile apps. It can be hosted via the cloud by either a service provider or the enterprise, or housed on-premise in the company's data center. Through the platform, businesses can offer employees secure and timely access to the mobile business apps from whatever device the employees want. TRANSITION: So what should your next steps be when it comes to mobility?
  • Main Point: Mobility is changing everythingCTA – Learn/Explore: Take the time during this conference to visit our booth and learn more about HP solutionsUse this venue and HP break out sessions and HP booth theatre presentations to ask questions and find out more why we think HP is your best partner.Learn more about the HP solutions for Cloud, Converged Infrastructure solutions, HP Networking and Virtual Application Networks, HP Enterprise services for Mobile applications and Mobility workshops  TRANSITION: Now join us in the HP booth!

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  • 1. Mobility, Software and theCloudDuncan CampbellVice President, Converged Infrastructure & SMBMay 2012
  • 2. Mobility changes everything Mobile apps are a $6B market today, growing to $55.7B by 2015 Worldwide mobile payment users will surpass 141.1 million in 2011 (up 38% from 2010) 57% of all corporate employees world-wide are mobile employees2 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 3. Enterprise BusinessImplications Shift from traditional legacy workload to systems of engagement 85% of F500 companies testing or deploying smart phones at scale* 75% of CIOs exploring new architecture to support wider range of devices* *Dr. Lynch, Autonomy3 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 4. Enterprise BusinessNecessities Control manage, and secure enterprise IP and information on personal devices Converge traditional and mobile environments to optimize IT Connect with employees, customers, and citizens more effectively than ever before4 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 5. Implications for Application Developers Create compelling user experiences across different device platforms 400M app capable mobile devices in use Drive personalization & security peace-of-mind5 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 6. Think Beyond the DeviceConsiderations and Best Practices Focus on a consistent user experience Enable BYOD, but influence choices Set a strategy - Design for Mobile first mPedigree Network6 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 7. Accelerate forwardPlan and Execute Leading portfolio – designed for convergence and optimized for software Take control of unstructured data, with a focus on next-generation apps AllianceONE and PartnerONE – HP is adept at delivering on the 3Cs7 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 8. Winning together Use this Conference Visit the HP Booth and learn about all we have to offer Explore HP Converged Infrastructure and Solutions for Mobile and Application Transformation Connect with leaders in Applications, Networking, Mobility and Mobile Apps8 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 9. Thank you© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.