Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // January 2014
Mobile in 2014: Beyond BYOD
Market research analyst Maribel Lopez explains how IT organizations can take better advantage of BYOD—and avoid the pitfalls.Maximize mobility
HP’s Steven Bandrowczak, the CIO who helped turn DHL around (and also ran IT for Nortel, Lenovo, Avnet, and more) talks about what it takes to be a CIO in 2014.Master class
Fortune 500 company’s 4 DevOps secrets: Eliminate the monkeys
Unum Group’s Tim Durgan explains why following “disruptive” DevOps principles is imperative in today’s borderless enterprise.No monkey business
Avoid these 7 deadly AppTrans sins
HP lead consultant Sean O’Leary discusses ways to avoid the “seven deadly sins” of application transformation.Watch now
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Number of developers worldwide by 2019 (compared with 18.2 million in 2013).1
Percentage of total telecom services market that will be represented by mobile data in 2016 (up from 22 percent in 2012).2
Growth of the worldwide software market in the first half of 2013.3
2Gartner Press Release: “Gartner Says Worldwide IT Spending Forecast to Reach $3.7 Trillion in 2013,” Gartner Inc., January 2013
3"Big Data/Analytics, Content Applications, and System Software Drove Enterprise Software Growth in the First Half of 2013, According to IDC," IDC, October 2013
Q: Where do end users fit into the Agile dev cycle?
A: Users are constantly demanding new online services, and there is an understandable desire to get apps out quickly and rely on users for testing. However, if the app doesn’t work well, then you’re quickly going to lose customers, and it’s very hard to get them back again. Therefore app quality is of equal importance to the velocity of delivery. With visibility of customer and business demands, apps need to be developed—even if systems they rely on are either not available for testing or are simply not built yet. This can prove challenging unless the right tools are in place.
—Alastair Corbett, vice president and general manager of HP Software United Kingdom and Ireland, on the Discover Performance blog