HP Extends Enterprise Mobility Solution to Meet Government-level Security Requirements
PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP Enterprise Services today announced a new service designed to help accelerate the U.S. public sector’s adoption of mobile technology to drive workforce productivity, while securing IT assets.
The growth in adoption of high-bandwidth mobile services presents the opportunity for a new era of digital government. Government employees expect broad and seamless access to business and personal applications and data from their device of choice. In turn, agencies face increasing pressure to quickly adopt strategies that seize the benefits of a mobile workforce, while enforcing security policies and controlling costs.
HP Enterprise Cloud Services (ECS)–Mobility for U.S. Public Sector—part of the HP Mobile Enterprise Services portfolio—offers a complete enterprise mobility management service. It is hosted on HP’s secure, Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMPSM)-authorized managed cloud environment to meet the requirements for regulated environment operations under FISMA, ITAR and HIPAA. The cloud-enabled solution allows for a fast and flexible deployment that can be scaled to fit the unique mobility needs of an agency, while ensuring that users have easy and secure access to applications across multiple device types and platforms.
“A successful mobile strategy means connecting employees to each other and to the application and information they need,” said Bryan Coapstick, director, Mobile Innovation, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services. “HP ECS–Mobility for U.S. Public Sector lets agencies take advantage of the productivity benefits of mobility, control their costs and comply with security requirements, while also laying a foundation for the New Style of IT.”
HP ECS–Mobility for U.S. Public Sector enables government and commercial clients to establish and enforce effective security policies and access privileges to address their unique mission challenges while protecting sensitive information. Plus, the offering’s HP Management Essentials package combines HP Mobile Device Management and HP Mobile Application Management to address security concerns at the device, application and data level.
HP ECS–Mobility for U.S. Public Sector supports the GSA Managed Mobility Program and will be available later this month through a wide selection of purchasing vehicles.
More information about HP Enterprise Services’ government solutions is available at www.hp.com/enterprise/government and at the HP Software Government Summit, which will be held April 2 in Washington, D.C.
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