Displaying articles for: 06-10-2012 - 06-16-2012
My last post focused on recapping the Discover2012 event from a NonStop perspective and included links to where you can review keynote and track session videos. If you didn’t already register/attend the event, you need to do a post-event online registration in order to access the content. Since there was so much good stuff to share I wanted to separate the demos, sessions, and specific to NonStop media clips into another blog so they wouldn’t get lost within the event overview.
The overall theme of Make it Matter rang through loud and clear at the HP Discover2012 event in Las Vegas June 4-7 at the Venetian Hotel, but Passion for all things IT seemed to be the over arching obsession in Sin City last week.
The show reflected HP’s new voice, look and feel in every direction. Hundred foot wide video screens with a three-dimensional feel to the whole space from the floor to the ceiling of the convention center pulled it all together nicely. The messages coming from each of the Enterprise Business groups were clear and the entire HP ecosystem seemed to be thriving. There were many new products, services and solutions introduced and the HP team did a terrific job of showing their passion and commitment for what we strive to do for customers every day. It felt like everyone from HP to our partners, vendors, consultants and the many passionate customers were in it together as we discussed and learned. Together we showed off the best of what we do for customers and how we truly are greater than the sum of our parts.
At HP Discover 2012, we had Rory McInerney, VP of Intel's Architecture Group and Server CPU Division, and Kirk Bresniker, VP, CTO and HP Fellow from HP's Business Critical Systems sit down together to talk about the questions each commonly gets from customers and analysts. Here are the topics covered and the video of their discussion....
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