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Updates to HP StoreEasy from GPC

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I'm continuing my series of blog posts about the news from our HP Global Partner Conference happening this week in Las Vegas.  I'm having Vegas withdrawals as I haven't been there since June 2013.  Not that Vegas gets me excited but it is an easy flight for me and I found some great off strip restaurants that I really enjoy.  But enough of Missing Las Vegas - lets dive in!

 

StoreEasy just got easier!

If you're not familiar with HP StoreEasy Storage, I have a ChalkTalk that is a good introduction. It took me about 4 hours to create this 4 minute video so instead of writing about it, please watch the ChalkTalk that gives an overview of the benefits, use cases, and a look at the portfolio. 

 

 

ShortTake #3: HP StoreEasy - File and application storage made easy

I'm hoping to have more of this new format, Around the Storage Block ShortTakes.  Basically, all I have to do is work with product experts to create a podcast and get the slides on SlideShare.  Jim Hankins did a video with me a few years ago when StoreEasy was called the X1000 that is one of the most viewed videos I've had.  So seemed natural to ask Jim to do a ShortTake on HP StoreEasy.  So here's Jim's ShortTake. 

 

 

If you rather download this as a podcast, right click here and save the MP3 file. You can also subscribe to my podcast on iTunes - go to the iTunes store and search for "Around the Storage Block" or you can open this link and click on the "View in iTunes" button under my picture.

 

 

 

You can find more details about the HP StoreEasy family page hp.com.  Be sure to check out the QuickSpecs as they are always loaded with information.   Here are direct links to the StoreEasy 1000 and StoreEasy 3000 Gateway QuickSpecs, in PDF format (North American version). 

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