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You can still get at HP Discover even now that it is over

HP Discover Europe 2013 is over but many of the materials are still out there, and can be viewed on-demand -- like the general sessions, Innovation Theater, Track keynote sessions and exclusive digital-only sessions and interviews. You can also download event collateral and extras via the HP Discover web site. Additionally there is a 360 video tour of the Discover Zone (see the 7 Highlights from the HPDiscover Zone). Finally there is an HP Discover YouTube Channel where you can see many of the interviews… that took place – a few examples are:


Best practices for developing a BYOD strategy for your company

The trend of knowledge workers bringing their own consumer devices into the enterprise is unstoppable. IT managers can choose to ignore, prohibit, or guide the adoption. Hear about best practices collected from our own experiences managing more than 50K employee devices on our network as part of our guided bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach.



Intel: The future of business devices will change the way you work

Looking at how time is spent and where value will come from in the future enabled by new technologies (something people who read this blog may be intrested in):

Pārvākšanās serviss | ‎12-16-2013 04:30 PM

Nice video.


The most anoying thing for me is that I cant conect to a device without installing a new program. I hope that it will change in the next fiew years.

Intel is the best.

The HP ultrabook looks nice.


Thanks, nice article.

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