Recapping HP Discover in videos from Las Vegas

Last week thousands of the brightest minds in technology gathered in Las Vegas for HP Discover 2014. By all accounts the massive event was inspiring and educational, and the key theme throughout was innovation.

 

I’ve compiled my favorite videos from the event as the majority was filmed and available online.

 

I followed the social media conversation throughout and I found that the Software keynote from Robert Youngjohns was one of the crowd favorites.  He is energetic and passionate about big data. Take a look at his presentation filled with new demos: Delivering amazing apps with confidence.

 

 

You can catch all the announcements and news from Software, security, big data and more in this helpful recap video:

http://hpsw.co/r9D4AbR 

 

 

 

Paul Muller, HP Software’s VP of strategic marketing, was interviewed on the value of connected intelligence. Watch this video to hear how disconnected data is dead data.

http://hpsw.co/t5GZf3b 

 

 

If you follow our Discover Performance Weekly shows, you’ll be pleased to know that we had two episodes live from the event.

 

Is DevOps what cloud was 5 years ago?

http://hpsw.co/Kz92AbC 

 

 

Are your applications ready for the cloud?
http://hpsw.co/Se76Rfo

  

 

 

 

We had several independent bloggers who attended the event.  Some of their coverage of HP Discover includes:

 

5 Steps to Optimizing Enterprise Mobility

http://hpsw.co/n7CAy58 

 

 

 

Mobility Tools from HP Get Apps Out the Door

http://youtu.be/4RlNhUhgsrk  

 

 

And if you just haven’t had enough, check out the HP Discover online site for additional videos from the entire week.  

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