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Former NSA director and pro-privacy journalist face off at HP Protect

Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 2.34.51 PM.pngAt HP Protect, retired four-star general Keith Alexander and journalist Glenn Greenwald discussed the privacy and security issues that plague governments, individuals, and enterprises. HP Security VP Frank Mong moderated this lively panel.

Start with data–Advice for the empowered enterprise

Screen Shot 2015-09-11 at 10.51.54 AM.pngSimply having large amounts of data is not the same as integrating Big Data analytics into your organization. Knowing the difference sets your enterprise up for a substantial opportunity.


“The reality is, Big Data under-delivers by 85% - 90%,” says Mike Nefkens, Executive Vice President of Enterprise Services.


Rather than just collect data, an enterprise must know how to harness, translate, and apply it.

See what you missed from this year's HP Big Data Conference 2015 in Boston

medium.jpgOur friends at HP Software have a wealth of new information up on their site from the HP Big Data Conference 2015, which occurred in Boston Aug. 10-13. Although the event has come and gone, conference videos and articles are now live online, ready for you to access.

HP scientists reveal the inner workings of The Machine

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 3.00.55 PM.pngWith The Machine, Hewlett-Packard is reinventing the fundamental architecture of computers. HP researchers invite you to take an inside look into the future of computing.


Ask these questions to start transforming your digital enterprise

ITSolutions_1.jpgTo win in the New Style of Business, your organization must understand the customer journey and recognize, in the words of HP exec Sudeep Gautam, that “the focus has moved from processes to people.”

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