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HP Discover: What's in it for you?

We asked two long-time HP Discover attendees why they come back again and again to participate in the technology industry's premier conference. Read on to learn what they get out of attending and why you should register for HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas.

A Walk down HP Discover Memory Lane

HP DiscoverWith four HP Discover events behind us, HP is focused on HP Discover #5 (coming up June 11-13 in Las Vegas) and looking at what’s in store for the future of IT.

 

But how did we get to this point? It’s a question I’ve been pondering since I first attended HP Discover last year in Vegas. It was a crazy, exciting whirlwind of a week and quite honestly, a logistical marvel. If you’ve ever attended, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

 

I decided to reach out to a few HP Discover veterans to get their thoughts on the past, present and future of the event.

3 Tips for Planning Your Big Data Project

By John Cummings

HP Discover VegasHP Big Data expert Donald Livengood is out there in the trenches every day helping businesses to design their implementations and to sort out what works from what doesn’t. Check out Donald’s blog Big Data - The Plan Comes Together, for his latest thinking on these three pivotal planning points.

 

And then visit the HP Discover 2013 site to find Big Data sessions being offered at the event in Las Vegas, June 11-13.

 

* Photo cred to Instagram user @wasna_bg

Big Data has a Big Role at HP Discover Vegas

By E.G. Nadhan, Distinguished Technologist, HP Enterprise Services

 

HP Discover 2013In one of my recent posts, I referenced the term "Business Intelligence" occurring as far back in 1865 -- 148 years ago. Sir Henry Furnese, the entrepreneur with whom this term was associated might have been very skeptical about this term being used 148 years later.

 

What if he were to be posed the same question today? Would this term exist 148 years from now circa 2161? I assert that the term Big Data is not only here to stay (see my discussion around Patrick Houston's post in Information Week) but also have a long life in the centuries to come.

Top 5 reasons to become a sponsor of HP Discover 2013

HP Discover Attendee BreakdownAs a sponsor of HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, you’ll be able to showcase your products, services and solutions to more than 12,000 decision makers—CxOs, VPs, directors, IT managers, architects and engineers, with multimillion-dollar yearly IT spends.

 

Check out these top 5 reasons you should become a sponsor of HP Discover.

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