Digital Harry – Make My Day! Three Enabling Concepts for Interoperable Mobile Solutions

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Russ Gibfried, Enterprise Architect, Hewlett-Packard

Digital Harry – Make My Day! Three Enabling Concepts for Interoperable Mobile Solutions

Russ Gibfried, Enterprise Architect, Hewlett-Packard

Smartphones are becoming a personal hub to connect remote field workers to internal systems, services, external sensors, wearable and glanceable devices.  For field workers, access to the right data at the right time is a critical enabler for providing higher quality services to customers.  Users want solutions to “just work”, but in practical terms there are significant challenges addressing interoperability and data standards between the different systems.

This session will examine the business scenarios pertinent to public safety officers and how access to relevant data significantly enhances their operational effectiveness and decrease costs.  The strategies to be examined include accessing integrated information both online and offline, and best practices for maintaining the security and confidentiality of information when rendering on smartphones and glanceable devices.

Key takeaways:

  • Outline the convergence between real business issues facing field workers and mobile technologies.
  • Highlight the IT data and security models to support online and disconnected field workers.
  • Address interoperability challenges between systems that generate and provide access to data.

Russ Gibfried is an Open Group certified architect with HP’s State and Local Government group, where he leads the Architecture team for the County of San Diego.  As an architect, Mr. Gibfried’s focus is standardizing the enterprise IT landscape to maximize business value and reduce costs for the County of San Diego.  Mr. Gibfried’s expertise covers a range of industries and technologies related to mobility, identity infrastructure and secure business process integration.

 

 

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