It is HP Discover time. . . and that means getting acquainted and seeing the expansive breadth of HP products, solutions and expertise. I will be at the show June 5-7, get your “hands dirty” at the demos, share your challenges, debate ideas and get the inside scoop on technology from the experts at the business and technical sessions. I will be presenting a couple of technical sessions on UC&C jointly with Microsoft on Lync/Voice capabilities and with Polycom on enabling video collaboration. Come join me on Tuesday, June 5th at Venetian in Las Vegas at these deep dive technical sessions and ask your tough questions
I am seeing many of our customers and partners starting to ask about SDNs and how they can deliver more automation while simplifying networking. They are starting to realize that the days of the command-line interface (CLI) are numbered and that there is a better way. HP Networking, and now Brocade, are on board, taking what I believe are the firsts step in delivering on the promise of SDN solutions and their associated benefits.
What makes the HP Polycom Rich Media Communications solution unique? In this second of three blogs in my “Under the Hood” series, I will cover three more innovative technologies that deliver superior user experience and make it easy for IT to deploy video collaboration. Check out my earlier blog for the first of the “Under the Hood” series.
By Kai Chang, Global Product Manager, HP Networking
We all depend on the enterprise network to support email, messaging, voice and video applications. For an average S&P 500 company that has $1.3 million in employee cost and generates $8 million in revenue per hour, major network glitches can severely impact both productivity and revenue. So how do we build a highly available network architecture? Here are two proven ways.
By Gladys Alegre-Kimura, Global Product Manager, HP Networking
Have you been following the Linsanity story? What an amazing story! Jeremy Lin, the undrafted underdog sleeping on his brother’s couch just weeks ago, leads the NY Knicks to a seven-game winning streak. As I think about Jeremy Lin’s role, the point guard is a critical member in leading the basketball team.