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HP Protect 2014 – going on now in Washington, D.C.!

HP Protect 2014This week, the HP Protect event is going on in Washington, D.C. from September 8-11, and the entire week focuses on the topic of Security. Here is a roundup of some of the social media coverage for this event, including major Security announcements from HP.  Be sure to follow #HPProtect for news and updates from this event!

The countdown to HP Discover 2014 Barcelona has begun...

On December 2nd we will be back in Barcelona for HP Discover 2014. We are delighted to return to one of the most energetic and fascinating cities in Europe. Last December we were nervously excited to see what Barcelona had in store for us and now we are elated to experience it all over again and welcome those who weren’t able to join last year.


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Bringing connected intelligence to the enterprise

slide.jpgAs the technology convergence trend has moved deeper into the enterprise, a need has emerged to manage large systems as single units. This requires connecting not just systems, but also the information contained within them to create a clearer picture of the enterprise.

How employees are transforming the workplace

Today, employees have more control and influence in defining the devices used in the enterprise. 


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Several years ago employees had almost no say in what devices were provided by their IT departments, but nowadays employees either bring their own device or they expect to be provided devices that they feel meet their individual needs.


At HP Discover Las Vegas, Enrique Lores, senior VP and general manager for Business Personal Systems (BPS) in HP’s Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) organization, spoke about the changing needs of the employee and the workplace.

Study reveals 70% of IoT devices are vulnerable to attack

87576-pic-700y600.jpgBefore you get too excited about all the convenience and collaboration possibilities presented by the Internet of Things (IoT), consider the security implications. Users are transmitting highly sensitive personal data across multiple unprotected attack vectors. It’s time for security to take center stage before a backlash begins.

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