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The Latest on LinkedIn

If you’re one of the millions of people that use LinkedIn for business purposes, you may have already discovered our HP Company Page. The page highlights HP’s biggest campaigns, news, and projects that influence multiple industries and audiences. If you don’t often follow companies, you may prefer following LinkedIn Influencers, the list of which includes our very own CEO, Meg Whitman. As a CEO with experience spanning industries and even into the political sphere, Meg offers interesting recommendations, questions, and findings. Check out one of her most popular and recent articles, “My Management Checklist: Questions to Ask Yourself Every Day.”

 

LinkedIn’s many recent additions include Showcase Pages, which allows companies to add “arms” to their company pages, and highlight various areas of business. Thus, we introduce: HP Enterprise Services Showcase Page.

 

The page is updated daily — adding value and business insight to your day. We include:

  • Events: Notification of HP Enterprise Services’ involvement in local and global events. Information on speakers, partners, how to participate / watch, and essential takeaways post-event.
  • Experts and Opinions: Our top Subject Matter Experts and visionaries share their thoughts on trends, challenges, and new opportunities. These articles are typically set up as a conversation with the C-Suite.
  • Latest HP Enterprise Services News & Announcements: As a global company that serves a majority of Fortune 100 clients, we keep you apprised of new service offerings, changes, and announcements, and how they can create opportunities for your business.

 

Click here to follow the page, and leave a comment below for what you would like to see more of in the future.

 

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Comments
polarbear | ‎08-27-2014 03:42 PM

Regarding LinkedIn, I was a Digital Equipment Corporation employee from 1987 to 1996.  I have entered this employement history on LinkedIn.  However, next to my employment history, the HP logo shows up.  I didn't work for HP....I worked for DEC.  

 

Request:  I would like HP's social media team to contact LinkedIn and request that you give your approval for DEC employees to be attributed with the DEC logo, not the HP logo.  A public domain copy of the logo is available on Wikipedia:

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Equipment_Corporation#mediaviewer/File:smileyvery-happy:igital_556-flattened4.sv...

 

Please respect this history and legacy of your past in this area.

 

Thanks,

 

/eric rehm

Dietas Adelgazar | ‎09-10-2014 09:58 AM

I use Linkedin but I didn´t know much about it. Thanks for the info :smileyhappy:

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