Posts Tagged: HP2012

Top 5 Lessons Learned for Telework in 2012

Throughout the month of December, GovLoop has been reviewing the year in government technology – everything from BYOD to social media, I’ve been working to highlight some case studies, best practices and try and condense the year down into one post, while looking forward to the year 2013. Follow along here by viewing GovLoop’s YearRead… Read more »

Air Force Case Study: Cost Savings from Modernizing Technology

Everywhere you look technology has been implemented to help government agencies cut costs and improve efficiencies. At all levels of government, agencies are working to cut and streamline services. Amidst a staggering economy, agencies are continually pressed to meet increasing demands from citizens, while funding resources becomes increasingly scarce. Ultimately, many agencies have looked towardsRead… Read more »

Technology Facilitating Early Voting Initiatives in New Jersey

For some of us, we have been able to skip the lines on Election Day through early voting initiatives. In a recent HP white paper, HP identifies that HP document management systems have been implemented in New Jersey to support vote-by-mail initiatives in the Garden State. The report states, “When the state of New JerseyRead… Read more »

Telework Calculator Shows Your Savings Gained from Teleworking

GovLoop, in partnership with HP, recently launched a telework calculator. The calculator will help you state your case to your supervisor, and show the potential cost savings by teleworking. Be sure to visit the calculator to run your own calculations. The calculator will show you the annual total cost savings, hours of productivity saved, productivityRead… Read more »

Improving ROI by Investing in the Mobile Workforce

HP has a variety of “how-to” resources on their corporate website. One of the more interesting ones for the GovLoop community is the guide, “Improving ROI by Investing in the Mobile Workforce.” The guide has some interesting stats on mobile. The guide states, “Mobile workforces exist in every industry today. In fact, more than 50Read… Read more »

4 Lessons from Data Center in a Box

Yesterday, I was lucky enough to check out a new data center in Tampa, FL. Nope it wasn’t a huge facility – it was literally a 20 foot POD on a trade show floor in the convention center. It’s a product from HP called the HP Performance Optimized Data Center (POD) (i.e. data center inRead… Read more »

PVA Kids Day 2012: Veterans Continue to Give Back

Today I had the pleasure of attending the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) “Kids Day” event. The event was a wonderful and inspiring event to attend. Kids Day is an annual special event that is part of the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. Each year a day is set aside to introduce children with disabilities toRead… Read more »

Managing the Mobile Workforce: It’s all about grapes, cucumbers, monkeys and rocks

One of the trends in government is mobility and allowing employees to work anywhere, anytime and on any device. Although having a mobile workforce has many benefits, there are also numerous related challenges. One of the challenges is the need for improved management of mobile employees. Mobile employees are not necessarily always a teleworker, someRead… Read more »

Sneak Peak of HP New Media Gallery at Newseum – Audio

Last week I had the chance to get a sneak peak of the HP New Media Gallery, which will open on Friday at the Newseum. The exhibit is absolutely fantastic, and is a great display of social media’s increasingly important role in journalism and society. From a Newseum press release (download here), “The gallery isRead… Read more »

Gov 2.0 – Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?

GovLoop recently hosted a webinar sponsored by HP and AMD, Gov 2.0 – Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?. The webinar was a fascinating discussion on the current state of Gov 2.0. The panelist also provided expert insights from a recent survey conducted by HP and AMD. The educational survey served asRead… Read more »