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HP Discover 2014 – see you there…

Channels_RGB_blue_NT.pngIf you’ll be at the June 10-12th 2014 HP Discover in Las Vegas, I hope to see you. As of right now, it looks like I am going to be talking about a number of different topics:


  1.        The new style of business value – pulling IT in the driver’s seat
  2.        Agile Architecture - springboard to IT value
  3.        Workplace of the future perspectives
  4.        I also heard rumors about being part of a panel to talk about business value generation.

I am sure there will be some changes to the titles or adding new topics, but last minute panic and public speaking seem to go together.


I’ll also spend some time in the meeting zone of the HP Discover Zone, if anyone wants to scheduled time to talk. Drop the coordinator a note, if you’d like to set up a meeting. I’ll also try to meet some of the bloggers that attend, if I can track them down - there should be a bloggers gathering space.


This event is a great opportunity where all the expertise will be in one place to answer just about any question that will come up. That saves times as well as provides a diverse set of perspectives enabling choice.


I just saw that Thomas Friedman will be speaking. Hopefully, we’ll not be dressed identically like the last time we met.

| ‎05-15-2014 01:14 PM

Post was updated as links to the sessions became available.

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