Part Three: HP Software from A to Z and what it means to you

Here’s Part Three of our three-part series entitled “HP Software from A to Z and what it means to you.”


For Part One, A to G, click here.

For Part Two, H-P, click here.


Q is for Quality. HP is ranked No. 1 in quality and security software by leading IT analyst groups. What’s it mean to you? You can rest easy with HP products, solutions and services. 



R is for R&D. Our R&D spend has almost doubled in the last five years and we release a product or upgrade every 3.5 days.  Why should you care?  You want a vendor who continually innovates to bring you the products, services and solutions you need.



S is for Services.  We offer a full range of services including professional, support and software-as-a- service (SaaS). What’s it mean to you? Technology is wonderful, but it doesn't know a thing about your business. Sometimes you need an expert who will listen and translate your needs into better outcomes.



T is for TRIM. HP TRIM 7, the result of 25 years of experience and best practices, is an enterprise records management system that provides a scalable, policy driven foundation to your information governance strategy. What’s it mean to you?  With HP TRIM you can easily capture, manage, secure and discover your business information to meet governance and regulatory compliance obligations.[1]



U is for uCMDB. HP Universal CMDB, a configuration management database, provides a consolidated view of change operations for impact assessment, improved decision support, change collaboration, automated execution and release. What’s in it for you? A CMDB gives you a shared single version of truth to support business service management, IT service management, change management, and asset management initiatives. The end result:   Your IT operations will run more efficiently and effectively and better meet business needs.


V is for Vision.  HP’s Instant-On Enterprise is a vision and a set of fundamental solutions that use technology to integrate and automate IT, streamlining everything required to deliver a service to the business. What’s it mean to you?  It means that we can help you reinvent how you use technology.  To become an Instant-On Enterprise, we can help you to:

  • Modernize: Gain control over aging applications and inflexible processes
  • Transform: Break through traditional, rigid IT silos
  • Secure: Protect your assets without impeding innovation.
  • Optimize: Manage information on a massive scale, turning data into insight
  • Deliver: Choose the best delivery method to get what you need done on time and on budget



W is for the Wealth of employee commitment, expertise and dedication.  What’s it mean to you?  It means we are passionate about providing you with innovative and helpful software solutions so that you can do your job better and faster. 



X is for X-ray.  HP Software is helping hospitals, doctors, insurers and medical centers improve service to patients by bringing medicine into the digital age with products like HP Medical Archiving SolutionWhat’s it mean to you?  With MAS you can improve patient care; help ensure medical fixed content is secure and accessible for the long-term; streamline healthcare IT and enable online sharing for collaboration, and lower long-term management costs with a centralized medical imaging archive.



Y is for You.  Nearly 50,000 customers in 170 countries turn to HP Software to help them simplify, automate and secure IT for business.  What’s it mean to you?  It means that we are trusted by IT departments in every industry across the globe.



Z is for Zippy.  (OK, I admit “Z” was a tough one to find.) We design our products with a key goal in mind:  We want to help you deliver services faster and more effectively to the business. 



So there you have it, an A to Z look at HP Software.  Was there a product or solution in this blog that was new information for you?  What did you learn that you did not know?  What would you add to the list?


For Part One, A to G, click here.

For Part Two, H-P, click here



[1] CMSWire: “HP TRIM 7 Provides Records Management for SharePoint” Roe. Feb. 2010.

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