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Community Redesign and Rebranding Software portion of the Community

We listened to you!  Our community has been redesigned to incorporate new features and functionality requested by HP community members. We also took the opportunity to rebrand the software portion of our community. It is now called HP Discover Performance for IT Experts.


You asked for better search capabilities; better integration with your social networks--like Facebook and Twitter; better navigation between communities; and blog subscriptions. This new design has all of this. 

Naturally, the new pages may feel less familiar at first, but we think you'll find the additional features are worth the change.

So you noticed that the new design is darker than before, and you’re wondering why? Well, while we made the functional changes to these pages, we also updated the visual design for consistency to the current HP brand identity, and adding black is a design direction meant to set certain content areas apart for better "findability."

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  • Brian is Senior Manager of the IT Experts Community for HP Software. Brian has 25 years of software industry expertise from roles as a developer, sales engineer, instructor, consultant and marketer.
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  • 12 years experienced Marketing professional specialized in innovative and disruptive technologies such as Cloud, Big Data, Mobility.
  • Michael Deady is a Pr. Consultant & Solution Architect for HP Professional Service and HP's ALM Evangelist for IT Experts Community. He specializes in software development, testing, and security. He also loves science fiction movies and anything to do with Texas.
  • Enterprise Architect helping large enterprises and telecom service providers with business aligned IT solutions for over two decades.
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