Coffee Coaching - HP and Microsoft Blog
The Coffee Coaching Blog serves as a community where SMB resellers can learn about HP and Microsoft Solutions.

HP-Microsoft announce joint program to help partners assist their customers migrating from WS2003

We know you have heard the news, Windows Server 2003 will reach the end of extended support on July 14, 2015. As this happens, customers will turn to you and other HP channel partners to help them assess, plan, and implement their migration and the HP Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Migration Program can help!


“The success of customer migrations from Windows Server 2003 depends on thorough planning, disciplined migration execution, and post-migration support,” said Sue Barsamian, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Group, HP. “HP ‘s migration approach offers partners optimal flexibility and support, whether they are transitioning their customers’ workloads to a private, public or hybrid cloud or modernizing their applications  and IT infrastructure to achieve better business results.” 

Accelerating Partnerships at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference

Are you as excited as we are for this year’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference? This July 13-17, 15,000 partners, from over 150 countries, will converge in Washington, D.C. for this annual conference.


WPC 2014 focuses on bringing value to partners by demonstrating opportunities for accelerating partnerships in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. This year, content has been streamlined to focus on some of the most important industry trends: Cloud, Big Data, Enterprise Social, Mobility & Devices, and Leadership, Sales, & Marketing


WPC14 by Microsoft.jpg

SMBs get IT independence with solutions from HP and Microsoft

Small and midsize businesses need the freedom to focus on future innovations instead of worrying about their IT. HP and Microsoft have affordable solutions designed with SMBs in mind.



The Cost of a Security Breach

Estimating the cost of a breach is not a simple task. With so many factors to consider, from the nature and extent of the breach, to the size of the affected company, the damage can vary wildly on a case-to-case basis. 


Breach Cost.PNG

Follow Us

About the Author(s)
The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation