Many companies have multiple operating groups, and usually that means they also have multiple infrastructures. If you're wrestling with multiple infrastructures to keep your business units running, take a look at a system upgrade to the latest HP Integrity servers. Upgrading solved a lot of issues for Hotelplan. So why not find out what it can do for you?
Guest blog written by Donna Skillings Martin, HP Enterprise Group
If you’re working in a mission-critical environment, here’s your invitation to the hottest IT event of the year—offering
insights into key technologies that drive vital workloads. Read on for specifics on innovations designed to reduce downtime as well as helping to clarify the vital role HP Converged Infrastructure plays in ensuring mission-critical activities.
What’s the next best thing to a test drive? How about a virtual test drive? Hear from Kirk Bresniker, HP VP, Chief Technologist and Fellow, and explore the new Integrity systems.
Growth is a funny thing. It’s certainly good for any business, however, it comes with a whole set of challenges, especially when the growth results from mergers and acquisitions. This typically leads to an infrastructure with many different and geographically dispersed systems. An Integrity server upgrade can help as you consolidate and drive efficiencies across the data center.
Have you ever noticed that the more powerful technology is—the more efficient and cost-effective it becomes (sort of like a self-fulfilling prophecy)? That’s why upgrading to the latest HP Integrity servers makes so much sense. Just ask Steelcase, the global office furniture manufacturer.