(Above: one of HP's new ultrabooks)
Last week, self-admitted gadget geek Darren Gladstone of The Next Bench overviewed a host of new products HP announced in Shanghai, China. Darren likes to focus on the high-performance gear demanded by customers like gamers, but that was only half the story.
Small and medium businesses are similarly demanding. Whether a small tech startup, a “mom and pop” merchant, or a factory employing hundreds of people, these kinds of businesses move quickly and know that the using the right technology is key to success.
This is particularly true in China, one of the fastest-growing small and medium business (SMB) markets in the world. In fact, China has about 3.5 million SMB’s today. With technology needs evolving and the consumerization of IT driving the change, HP’s new products are designed to address the demands of both personal and professional worlds without compromise.
For specifics on the new 2012 product line, read on at 367 Addison Avenue, our blog about technology and small and medium businesses.
And don’t miss this great post about the iconic custom car shop West Coast Customs, which streamlined business processes and turbocharged their design team using HP technology and know-how.