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The future of storage: looking forward at HP Discover

Server photo.JPGHP's 3PAR StoreServ leadership is getting some kudos from the tech world. Learn about some recent research that shows the impact of HP Storage innovations, and review some of the storage-focused sessions planned for HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona.

The foundation of IT convergence: servers, storage, and networking

CI.jpgBig changes in the enterprise space require big technologies, with some big ideas behind them. These HP Discover Events replays offer some key insights about HP’s big guns, including how our latest innovations address industry trends and where convergence will go in the next few years.

HP announces innovations in HPC and storage

photo 1.JPGToday at HP Discover 2014 in Las Vegas saw some major news releases that will help enterprises meet the needs of the new style of IT.

Mainstream all-flash storage is reaching a tipping point. Are you ready?

david scott.jpgTechnologies like all-flash storage and deduplication are challenging the status quo around enterprise storage. This is big news if you’re working on an IT transformation to support cloud computing and mobile workers. To understand the driving trends, we sat down with David Scott, SVP & GM, HP Storage, to find what this means for your enterprise.

Time is running out for legacy storage

storage banner.jpgIs your storage infrastructure ready for the next generation? Or is it stuck in the past? Learn about the core issues around storage for the New Style of IT, and don’t miss the HP Storage special announcements at HP Discover Barcelona 2013.

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