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Discover day 4 wrap-up

What were the highlights of HP Discover? Our three Backstage bloggers – HP Software evangelist Paul Muller, Chief Cloud Technologist Christian Verstraete and Security Evangelist Rafal Los – share their thoughts and impressions at the close of the show.





Christian shared his conversations with CIOs around HP Converged Cloud, and the exciting sense that people are getting what it’s about and seeing how it can help make their businesses more agile. Raf talked about the connections that IT performance-driven organizations are making to the business. And Paul shared thoughts on an innovation panel he attended with CIOs.


All three noted the excitement around Autonomy and Vertica and the realization customers are having that HP’s suite of products and services are able to help them do things they couldn’t do before. Check out the video for more.


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