Woman in Tech of the Week (1/25/17)
Kitty Chow, Worldwide Marketing Technology Services Networking and Mobility, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.
The average person has personal access to mobile technology, a trend that raises expectations for employees to have the same mobile capabilities throughout the workspace. The result for enterprise environments is a growing layer of collaborative mobile applications to solve business problems, driving the need to modernize the workplace with sentient, intelligence-based collaboration products.
Such seamless interaction for collaborative work is seeing the enablement of in-house ITdepartments to manage the digital transformation across infrastructure for integration, security and governance. Empowering IT can’t happen without collaboration from enterprise service providers, as HPE knows all too well having pared down its company offerings, including its software business. With a joint effort that includes HPE, Citrix, Intel and various other technology companies behind its Moonshot for Mobile Workspace, HPE leverages the integrated platform to create a worker-centric experience where mobile devices sync with office technology silently and in the background.
To provide perspective into the changing workplace, Kitty Chow, worldwide marketing technology services networking and mobility at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., joined Dave Vellante (@dvellante) and Paul Gillin (@pgillin), co-hosts of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming studio, at the HPE Discover EU conference in London to explain how HPE is transforming the workplace into a more collaborative and intuitive space.
This week, theCUBE spotlights Kitty Chow in our Women In Tech feature.