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Don’t Miss Tom Joyce’s Keynote on HP Converged Systems at HP Discover

Chris Purcell on ‎11-21-2013 04:11 PM

Written by Celia Lawren


If you’re looking for ways to deploy applications faster so you can deliver services faster to your customers, you’ll want to attend this session.


If you’re challenged by the complexity of virtualized environments, you’ll want to attend this session.

If you’ve been tasked with bringing innovation into your IT organization, you’ll want to attend this keynote.

Over five years ago, HP introduced the industry to the concept of converged infrastructure. Now HP takes the next major step in workload-optimized Converged Systems for virtualization, cloud, and big data. Tom will talk about the big picture – the latest HP innovations and solutions that are leading the new end-to-end revolution. He’ll also share the stage with customers who will share their experience in moving into the next phase of virtualization. Find out why nearly two-thirds of IT buyers favor integrated systems to accelerate their time to value for solutions.


TK2319 – Tuesday, 11:20 am -12:20 pm,

No silo left behind: Convergence in the age of virtualization, cloud, and big data


Add this session to your list of ‘must-attends’. Go to the HP Discover event site and learn more about HP Converged Systems. Mark your calendar for Dec 10 – 12, I hope I get an opportunity to see you in Barcelona.




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