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How the software-defined infrastructure enables the New Style of IT

B5599.jpgThe new style of IT is fast, flexible and in control. And it’s closer than you might think. Learn about the software-defined infrastructure and how it can drive your IT organization into the next era.

New tech means new trends for IT and business

screen shot.jpgThe newest trends in technology are driving the new style of IT. Watch this interview with HP Chief Technologist Sukhi Gill as he discusses new technologies and dissects what that means for risks, solutions, and leaders within the business.

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Watch HP President and CEO Meg Whitman's Keynote from HP Discover Barcelona

Meg Whitman Keynote.JPGA new style of IT is emerging. Cloud, Social, Mobility and Big Data trends are changing not only the way technology is delivered, but how it's consumed. Enterprises today demand a new foundation of infrastructure, devices, software and services that support greater agility and increased accessibility at a lower cost.


At the HP Discover opening general session,  HP President and CEO, Meg Whitman discusses how HP is creating solutions that impact your business.

Engaging every customer with the new style of IT

Innovation at HP.jpgA new style of IT is permeating the enterprise landscape, and it’s driven by personalized service. And according to Steve McNicholas, HP Fellow and Chief Technologist, Applications Business Services, EMEA, now that individuals are empowered with the capability to do things differently, they continually interact on a one-to-one basis with organizations, small groups, and individuals.

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