2 rock icons and Madagascar 3 headline the entertainment at HP Discover Vegas 2012

 

While HP Discover has a reputation for bringing top-notch entertainment along with a schedule chock full of informative sessions (800 to choose from in 2012), I didn’t think we could top the entertainment from last year. But the final evening of 2012 upholds the tradition of bringing something special to attendees, with not one Grammy-award winning artist but two performing on the same night, Sheryl Crow followed by Don Henley, founding member of The Eagles and solo rock star in his own right.

 

Madagascar3.PNGTuesday evening also promises a chance to relax after an insightful day at breakout sessions and keynotes with a sneak peek of the new movie Madagascar 3, the same week that it opens in theatres across the U.S.  DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg will talk about how HP technology helps bring movies like Madagascar 3 to the big screen.   

 

By all means, bring a friend

And you’re probably wondering, can I bring someone along to enjoy HP Discover entertainment with me?  Of course you can. Registered HP Discover attendees may purchase a Guest Pass for $125 to bring a friend to the Tuesday evening sneak preview of Madagascar 3 and the Thursday night concert with Sheryl Crow and Don Henley. See the registration site for more details.

 

While the entertainment is grand, please come to HP Discover first and foremost for the chance to meet with your peers and learn best practices, hear about real-life case studies, find out about new technologies that will shape the future of IT, and tour demonstrations and exhibits at HP’s largest customer event, slated for June 4-7 at The Venetian │The Palazzo in Las Vegas.  Along with memories of great entertainment, HP discover will provide you with information can take back to work that will help you perform better.


HP Software will conduct nearly 200 software sessions, including product roadmaps, expert perspectives on key IT trends, best practices, customer success stories, and technical deep dives. Specific topics cover everything you do in your everyday jobs, including strategy and planning; professional and team management; application development and management; operations; security; and quality assurance.

 

Best practices from HP IT

For example this year, HP Discover features 10 sessions with our own IT leaders, holding candid sessions on the challenges we at HP faced, the lessons we learned and the best practices we put into action as part of our own IT transformation.  Topics include cloud, security, data center strategy and implementation, business intelligence and analytics across the enterprise, and more.  There’s sure to be something that HP learned that can use for your own IT transformation project. 

 

Advanced search makes finding sessions easy

To make it easy for you to find the sessions that are most valuable to you, use the advanced search for sessions by track or by topic. The Search by Track view provides the ability to search for sessions by track, by session type, by presenter type, by level, by session title, by keyword, or by sessions that provide practical solutions to specific challenges you are trying to address.

 

Register now and save $300

Register now and save $300 off the $1795 entrance price. Your resulting admission price will be $1495. Simply enter code DSCVRSW when registering to take advantage of the $300 discount.

 

So what are you waiting for?  Bookmark the conference website and register.

 

O-HLHFI_SOF_BlogFoot#2DB2AE.JPG

 

 

Related links:

Discover Official Website: www.hp.com/go/discover.

Video:  HP and Dreamworks animation:  Puss and Boots

Best Practices from HP IT

 

 

Leave a Comment

We encourage you to share your comments on this post. Comments are moderated and will be reviewed
and posted as promptly as possible during regular business hours

To ensure your comment is published, be sure to follow the Community Guidelines.

Be sure to enter a unique name. You can't reuse a name that's already in use.
Be sure to enter a unique email address. You can't reuse an email address that's already in use.
Type the characters you see in the picture above.Type the words you hear.
Search
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Do you mean 
About the Author
Judy Redman has been writing about all areas of technology for more than 20 years.
Featured


Follow Us
The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation.