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HP announces compute strategy to power the next 25 years!

In 1989, HP introduced their first industry x86 server and a lot has changed over the past 25 years! Building on their 25 years of server industry leadership, HP just announced a bold new compute strategy to help customers thrive in the era of big data, mobility, and the cloud.

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Help SMBs acquire and retain customers with HP JRIT

Your SMB customers are laser-focused on finding and acquiring new customers, while also keeping the ones they have. Show them how you and HP can help them do just that – even on a limited IT budget – with the Just Right IT portfolio. 

 

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Help your SMB customers avoid the business flat tire

Just like your car, IT systems require regular monitoring to be sure they are running at peak performance with no developing problems. 

SMBs Can Boost Productivity while Leveraging Budgets with HP Flex-Bundles

Are you seeking a new or upgraded email or communication platform? Find out how HP Flex-Bundles can support Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and increase your employees' productivity while transforming your business communications– easily and affordably.

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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference Recap

Were you able to attend last week’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference? The week was filled with keynotes, sessions, meetings, and many great announcements highlighting how Microsoft is investing in their partners. However, Microsoft wasn’t the only company with an announcement at WPC14—HP also had a big announcement introducing a new program to help your customers migrate from WS2003 before its end of support July 14, 2015. 

 

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