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Around the HP Cloud (week ending January 28, 2011)

It was cloud and hybrid delivery week here at HP as we announced a suite of new products and services that enable businesses and governments to leverage the power of the cloud while ensuring they meet required levels of security, performance and availability. Check out the press kit for a wealth of information including press releases, fact sheets, product descriptions, white papers and a video overview by Ann Livermore.


Because this announcement represents a truly collaborative effort by our R&D team, Software, Servers, Networking and Services, we had cloud blogs across the spectrum this week.  Here is more insight and perspective: 

Still want more cloud news and information? Check out the video below or download this white paper, Finding the right cloud solutions for your organization.



Until next time, I’ll see you Around the HP Cloud,



P.S. For our Chinese-speaking readers, our Asia Pacific team launched a new blog this week called Cloud Epicenter (Chinese).  Read the debut post.  


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