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HP Public Sector VP Pat Tracey Tackles Security, Mobility as IT Trends for 2015

Pat Tracey
Pat Tracey

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 19, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — HP Enterprise Services’ Pat Tracey said the company expects the popularity of mobility to pick up momentum in 2015.

“Operating in a mobile-based environment changes the way one thinks about IT infrastructure and IT services, ” Tracey, vice president of homeland security and defense for HP’s U.S. public sector business, said in an ExecutiveBiz interview published Thursday.

“In order to effectively gain agility, speed of response and flexibility, mobile concepts must be allowed to permeate everything about the IT environment.”

She said two other developing trends in IT services is the growing number of organizations keen on security and applying new technologies to their business.

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