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GS1 reduces time to recall contaminated food with cloud computing

Did you know that 1.9 million people die annually from eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water? So, how can technology help? In 2008 the food and grocery industries asked GS1 to help make the food recall process more efficient. Working with HP, GS1 implemented a cloud-based system to help speed to the process.

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Delivering on outcomes that matter: John Visentin keynote at HP Discover

"When you need us most, we are there for you," said HP Enterprise Services VP, John Visentin in his keynote at the HP Discover conference. A common theme that emerged throughout his presentation were outcomes that mattered to customers whether it be New Zealand recovering from an earthquake disaster or lives being saved by the Navy Marine Corps. Visentin also outlined the manner in which Enterprise Services works with HP customers to bring it all together -- everything that has been talked about at the HP Discover conference keynotes including Dave Donatelli taming the IT lion across servers, storage and networks or Bill Veghte outlining the innovative enhancements and additions made to the HP Software Suite or Stouffer Egan taking the meaning of meaning to the third dimension. To the HP customer, it is all about having a complete solution -- the right solution that directly addresses their business problem in a holistic fashion bringing to bear all the right enabling components that HP has to offer.

HP Discover: Making technology work for you – will you be the disrupter or the disrupted?

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This morning’s general session at HP Discover 2012 included HP CEO Meg Whitman discussing HP’s strategy to make technology work for you and DreamWorks’ CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg on the company’s history and innovation in animation.

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