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If you’re a bloke and none-the-wiser when you hear the name Longchamp, then you’ll be forgiven but women worldwide know and love the brand. Why? It’s all down to its Le Pliage foldable travel bag. Amazingly, it has clocked up sales of over 2 billion units, with many new lines from this French leather goods company added to expand upon the name. All very nice, if you like that sort of thing, but can Longchamp reach the male market?Longchamp Boxford Hobo Bag The Boxford messenger is "metro class" without the silly fashion price. For contrast, think: the Burberry Horseferry Check at £850.So, back to the Boxford. It’ll suit gents who travel regularly abroad, where prestige and a logo might actually count for something. In keeping with the brand, the quality is very good. Available in black or brown, it’s made with a hardy polyester canvas fabric and trimmed in leather. It features an adjustable shoulder strap, a dual snap leather closure, reinforced bottom and three zippered exterior pockets for easy reach to the passport or mobile.The interior is lined with easy to clean fabric with two slide pockets on one side and zippered compartment on the opposite. As logo branding goes, the Longchamp leather rectangle stands out, but anyone with an eye for style will spot it a mile off and will chat with you for this alone. Honest.

Known for high-class wheelie luggage, Samsonite also makes affordable man bags too, and plenty of them. Described as a 3-Way business case, the CityVibe makes the cut here as it makes it easy to lug your kit around by hand, over the shoulder or on the back. It’s also expandable to accommodate chunky items.Available in Urban Green, Jet Black and, new for 2015, Ash Grey. Ask any interior or fashion designer, grey is the new neutral. Samsonite makes the business case for the Business Case describing it as "the answer to the growing segment of business casual bags ..."Made from 100 per cent nylon, the main section has a laptop pocket, document compartment, phone stash and tablet slip surrounded with interior soft fleece for protection. Samsonite has earned a reputation for ongoing service, and any repairs are organised without a fuss, which is worth bearing in mind.In Australia, there are times when it feels like "just you" have been targeted with twenty buckets of monsoon rain. It’s on such occasions that Aussie bag maker STM seems like a safe bet for holdalls that cope with all weather conditions – wet or dry. What strikes you first about the Sequel, is just how little it weighs. It really does make light work of lugging a laptop and yet it’s tough, too.It can also can expand to take cables, chargers and all daily gear to pack in. It’s made from water resistant polyester has a reinforced base and self-repairing YKK zippers. The main flap can be secured one-handed with a single click-and-go brushed aluminium buckle.

Inside, the laptop compartment is lined with soft nylex and high-density foam for protection, with a separate dedicated tablet slip pocket. On the outside, there’s a quick grab handle a rear document pocket and luggage pass through to secure the bag to the handle of a wheeled suitcase. There's also a reflective light loop for safety in the dark.The non-slip shoulder pad is very comfy even with heavy loads and the strap can be adjusted to carry cross body or over the shoulder. Available in olive green, graphite or red – it’s versatile, light and affordable.This Swedish brand is familiar to motorists in need of roof rack boxes. Yet, Thule is getting a name for itself for quality laptop backpacks, and it is confident enough to offer a whopping 25-year manufacturer’s guarantee. And yes, many backpacks in the past suffered a design flaw in everything falling to the bottom but the latest engineered bags have been designed to minimise this problem.Don’t expect fashion ruling style – this is a backpack, but the innovative interior is worth noting. This structured design in light nylon has a padded, top load sleeve for a laptop, plus padded slip for a tablet. Extra organisational pockets, and main area for gym or other kit. The crush-proof SafeZone section is for fragile gear like sunglasses and phone, while a front stash pocket and side pockets store small items and a water bottle easily. Padded straps make it easy on the back and sweaty-clothes are avoided due to airflow channels to dissipate the heat.

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It comes with stand out reflective bars for safe night rides – as for colour, play it safe in Shadow Grey, or more excitable types can opt for Corsair Blue. If you’re in it for the long haul, then that quarter of a century warranty is worth keeping in mind. The market expected the company to post earnings of 85 cents on US$25.64 billion in revenue. The company trumped the earnings figure by announcing it delivered 87 cents per share, but missed on revenue with a figure of $25.45bn. That's down seven per cent from 2014's corresponding quarter.Also down is revenue outside the Americas. As the graphs below show, the company is sliding in Europe and the Asia PacificCEO Meg Whitman reminded investors in the company's earnings call that “over 65% of our revenue [comes] from outside the United States and over half of that in EMEA, [so] we are disproportionately impacted by currency movements versus our competitors.”But the graphs below are “Adjusted to eliminate the effects of currency”, so reflect dips in revenue. Troubles in EMEA can perhaps be ascribed to Europe's ongoing economic struggles. Asia, however, is supposed to be the growth engine of the world. Whitman said geopolitical issues slowed sales in Russia and China.

In the latter country, HP has a new plan: the expected divestment of China-based networking appendage H3C came to pass. As predicted, Tsinghua Unigroup now owns 51 per cent of the business. The deal also means Tsinghua picks up HP's server storage and technology services business in China. Around US$2.3bn will change hands, meaning H3C is valued at $4.5bn. HP still has skin in the game, but isn't in charge any more.HP CEO Meg Whitman reckons the deal means “In one move we have repositioned HP and shifted the entire technology landscape in the critical Chinese market to accelerate our overall performance and better serve our customers and partners.”Personal systems hauled $7.7bn through the door, a year-on-year dip of five per cent but with bright spots in units shipped (up two per cent) and laptop sales (shipments up 1.9 per cent and revenue up five per cent). Desktops revenue and unit shipments fell by 17 and 14 per cent respectively. Whitman reckons the company is managing the declining market about as well as is possible. Printing had a bad quarter with year-on-year drops for revenue (seven per cent), hardware slipped (four) supplies revenue (five) consumer hardware sales (six) and a one point uptick for business machine sales. The Enterprise Group reported an eight per cent decline in storage sales, but a five per cent jump in “converged” storage offset by a 18 per cent dip in “traditional” kit. Networking revenue was down 16 per cent year-on-year.

"I'm pleased with where we ended the quarter, the continued success of our turnaround, and the progress we're making on separation. Despite some tough challenges, we executed well across many parts of our portfolio, sustained our commitment to innovation, and delivered the results we said we would. HP is becoming stronger as we head into the second half of our fiscal year and separation in November." Markets agree: the company's share price ended the day up 2.3 per cent at $33.83.Whitman also outlined HP's progress towards its split into two companies, suggesting the cost of doing so looks like being lower than first expected. The CEO also flagged “execution issues in pockets of the portfolio, including Software and Networking” but expressed confidence both will bounce back.With Aruba due to come aboard soon, the networking business will get a boost, but also the challenge of integrating a new acquisition. It's harder to see where the software business will find growth or calmer waters.

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Mobile computing is great. No longer are we chained to our desks when using technology and doing proper work. Not only are laptops getting smaller, lighter and cheaper, it is also possible to do real, productive stuff even more freely using phones and tablets.As is always the case in computing, though, the positives of convenience and functionality are offset by some negatives. And in the case of mobile computing the big one is governance.IT governance has many definitions. In my day job, governance is all about ensuring that the manner in which we connect and use our IT systems is auditable, trackable and accountable, primarily in the context of security and confidentiality.We will look at governance in the specific context of mobile devices: they are, after all, far harder to control and manage than the kit that sits on your office desks.The important differentiation is between devices your company owns and the ones it doesn't. You have absolute control over company owned devices, and the correct way to work is to control them utterly without compromise.

When devices are owned by users, you need to put a barrier between the device and the corporate network. Don't, for instance, let them directly ActiveSync email between your mail server (more about how to do that later).The main rule for choosing a company device is that you should establish a standard and stick with it. You are not in the business of giving employees whatever cool toys they want to play with in the pub; you are in the business of providing them with devices that enable them to do their job when on the move, while ensuring that the effort and expense of supporting the devices is acceptable.Decide the requirements for mobile usage by talking to the people in the business who know what they are. I wish I had a fiver for every company I have seen that plumped for a cool-looking device, only to discover that it couldn't actually run the apps that the business needed. Decide what types of device you will let people have. Smartphones are the obvious one, of course, and laptops also appear on the list, but do some people warrant a tablet instead, or as well? Is a big phone better than a small one and a tablet? Try to settle on standard kits and have as few options as you can. List the platforms that exist for each device type and confirm that every application the users need can work on each platform. In many cases you won't be able to run an app natively on a device so you will have to present it via another means (such as a Windows session presented via a Terminal Services type connection). Cross off the platforms that can't do the job, then decide how you implement your standard kits with as few platforms as possible. If, for instance, you have the option of Apple or Android for smartphones but only Apple on tablets, go for Apple on both as it will be cheaper and easier to support a single operating system. With user-owned devices, don't try to support everything that people bring in. Decide what you can afford to support, and tell users with other devices that there are no guarantees and they can have best-efforts assistance at most. And if you have a bring-your-own-device policy where the company contributes to the purchase of users' machines, state clearly the types of device you are willing to contribute to and ban users from buying anything else. Company-owned mobile devices need to be strongly linked to the corporate infrastructure, because you need to be able to control them completely. This was the huge strength of BlackBerry until not so long ago: the handset hooked into the Enterprise Server which ruled its security and configuration.

Nowadays the options for secure handset connectivity are many, so you can achieve the same goal with Apple, Android and Windows phones.Rule number one: don't feel you have to pander to the users. Enforce a complex unlock password on the device, and make sure it auto-locks after no more than three minutes of inactivity.Set it to auto-wipe corporate data (such as email) if it loses track with the enterprise server for more than a few days – after all, you can always resync the inbox later if it has been blown away.Restrict users' ability to install applications to only those that are relevant: this could mean you allow just corporate apps but I do tend also to define a whitelist of permitted third-party programs such as the British Airways and EasyJet flight apps, and BBC or Sky News (current affairs are often relevant to your business).If you want to provide business functionality on users' own devices, use a sandbox application that enforces all of the above on a private corner of the phone.So instead of allowing ActiveSync to be the on-board email program, you have an email program that is part of a mobile device management suite.

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